ILD | The Institute for Lifecourse Development

ILD | The Institute for Lifecourse Development

The Institute for Lifecourse Development is a key anchor resource where professionals from many different fields work closely together with researchers and stakeholders from public, charitable and voluntary organisations. Together we are developing effective and economically sustainable lifecourse solutions and tackle some of the most significant challenges society faces.

Working with our extensive network of external healthcare and education partners, as well as business and public sector organisations, we focus on using interdisciplinary expertise to promote the lifelong wellbeing of vulnerable and marginalised people in the community.

Together we are developing effective and economically sustainable lifecourse solutions and tackle some of the most significant challenges society faces. Working with our extensive network of external healthcare and education partners, as well as business and public sector organisations, we focus on using interdisciplinary expertise to promote the lifelong wellbeing of vulnerable and marginalised people in the community.

Our work

Our vision is to promote lifelong wellbeing across the global community and to ensure that evidence generated from our research has local and global relevance and can lead to translational real-world outcomes.

To achieve this, we collaborate with our extensive network of external healthcare and education partners, as well as business and public sector organisations, and focus on using insights from our interdisciplinary research to promote lifelong wellbeing.

ILD centres

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News

A brochure is available which showcases our Institute's six research centres and outlines our strategic vision for the future. Please download our brochure or contact us at ILD@gre.ac.uk to request a printed copy

Our Centre for Chronic Illness and Ageing is seeking participants from across the UK for a study to explore the personal stressors and factors which affect wellbeing amongst IBD Clinical Nurse Specialists

Our researchers are part of the analysis team for currently the largest survey of COVID and mental health in the world. You can help us to understand the different ways in which the UK has been affected during these hard times, by taking the survey (completion time is approx. 25-30 mins). Here you can watch an introductory video (1 min)

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