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Impact report

Polly Radcliffe | 12 April 2011 | Social Policy | Impact Report

Addressing ergonomic problems in the kitchen : old ways and new

Martin Maguire | 28 November 2011 | No Lead Discipline | Conference paper/presentation

The transitions in kitchen living (tikl) project study was conducted between june 2009 and november 2011 with a sample of older people. A multidisciplinary team developed a common interview methodology to collect people’s personal kitchen histories a ...

Transitions in kitchen living

Sheila Peace | 19 December 2011 | No Lead Discipline | Dissemination / Communication

Invited presentation to enfield over 50's group

Transitions in kitchen living : the past, the present and the future

Sheila Peace | 16 December 2011 | No Lead Discipline | Organised event

Everyone has something to say about the kitchen: it may be the busy hub of everyday social life; a place of retreat where culinary skills transform food into something tempting; or a task centre where washing, storing, cooking, eating, ironing, recyc ...

Older people's experiences of their kitchens : dishes and wishes

Ruth Sims | 10 May 2011 | No Lead Discipline | Conference proceedings

A new study is investigating the life-long and contemporary experiences of kitchens of 48 people over 60 years of age. The research includes detailed questionnaire interviews asking people about their experiences of living in their current kitchen. T ...

A study of the age friendliness of kitchens

Martin Maguire | 18 April 2011 | No Lead Discipline | Conference paper/presentation

The kitchen is an important space in the home serving many purposes both functional and social. The need was identified to chart social changes experienced by older people in relation to the kitchen and to understand current issues and problems of ki ...

'all in the kitchen sink' : doing interdisciplinary research

Sheila Peace | 09 December 2011 | No Lead Discipline | Conference paper/presentation

The presentation considered the origins of the 'transitions in kitchen living' study originating through being part of a 'sandpit' process within the new dynamics of ageing programme. It went on to discuss issues relating to research management, meth ...

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