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A 4-week, lifestyle-integrated, home-based exercise training programme elicits improvements in physical function and lean mass in older men and women: a pilot study

Journal Article published 11 Sep 2017 in F1000Research volume 6 on page 1235

Research funded by Medical Research Council (CiC12019, CiC2014035) | Abbeyfield Society (RGS117347) | MRC Arthritis Research UK (MR/K00414X/1,19891)

Authors: Jessica Cegielski, Matthew S. Brook, Jonathan I. Quinlan, Daniel J. Wilkinson, Kenneth Smith, Philip J. Atherton, Bethan E. Phillips

A 4-week, lifestyle-integrated, home-based exercise training programme elicits improvements in physical function and lean mass in older men and women: a pilot study

Journal Article published 26 Jul 2017 in F1000Research volume 6 on page 1235

Research funded by Abbeyfield Society (RGS117347) | MRC-ARUK (MR/K00414X/1,19891) | Medical Research Council Confidence in Concept (CiC12019, CiC2014035)

Authors: Jessica Cegielski, Matthew S. Brook, Jonathan I. Quinlan, Daniel J. Wilkinson, Kenneth Smith, Philip J. Atherton, Bethan E. Phillips

Dying comfortably in very old age with or without dementia in different care settings – a representative “older old” population study

Journal Article published 5 Oct 2017 in BMC Geriatrics volume 17 issue 1

Research funded by Medical Research Council (We thank all the past CC75C sponsors for financial support spanning the decades since the Medical Research Council enabled the first follow-up survey (see study website for full list of project grants: http://www.cc75c.group.cam.ac.uk/background/grants/).) | Abbeyfield Society (SRG5) | National Institute for Health Research (member study of Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health and Care (NIHR CLAHRC-CP)) | Bupa Foundation

Authors: Jane Fleming, on behalf of the Cambridge City over-75s Cohort (CC75C) study, Rowan Calloway, Anouk Perrels, Morag Farquhar, Stephen Barclay, Carol Brayne

Memory flexibility training for autobiographical memory as an intervention for maintaining social and mental well-being in older adults

Journal Article published 7 May 2018 in Memory volume 26 issue 9 on pages 1310 to 1322

Research funded by Abbeyfield Society (4)

Authors: Fiona Leahy, Nathan Ridout, Carol Holland