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Baroness Sally Greengross looks at the need to support healthy ageing and how integrating older people in their communities can benefit the whole of society. Drawing on her parliamentary work regarding the ageing population, Baroness Greengross touches on the idea of intergenerational fairness.

This lecture was filmed for the event 'Successful ageing: a multi-professional approach' at the RSM in London on Monday 26th February 2018.

Length: 00:35:08

00:02:58 - UK ageing population
00:08:12 - What projections can we make about the future prevalence of risk factors and health conditions?
00:21:40 - The way forward - healthy new towns
00:30:46 - Conclusion
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Professor Sir Nicholas Wald, Director, Wolfson Institute of Preventive Medicine.

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Dr Venket Rao, Professor Emeritus, Department of Nutritional Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto.

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Professor John Hunter, Honorary Consultant Physician, Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge.  

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Professor Charles Spence, Oxford University.

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Professor John Warner, Professor of Paediatrics and Head of Department, Imperial College St Mary's Hospital, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust.

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James Brown, Lecturer and ARCHA Clinical/Community Engagement Lead, Aston University. 

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Mark Johnson, Director, Mary Seactoe Research Centre, De Montfort University.

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Benjamin Jacobs, Consultant Paediatrician, National Orthopaedic Hospital.

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