Dr Paul Nash
Senior Lecturer, Centre for Innovative Ageing (01792) 602907
Paul joined the Centre for Innovative Ageing (CIA) in 2008 as a Research Officer and was able to develop his skills as a researcher in a stimulating environment before taking on the role of Post Graduate Programme Director in the CIA.
Paul's interests are in social gerontology and the interaction of older adults both within their social environments and in the wider community. He has have been involved in major research projects in the centre and continues to be actively involved in obtaining research funding. Paul is currently working with colleagues around the world to assess attitudinal intervention measures. Further to this, he is interested in the formation, adaptation and expression of attitudes (both explicit and implicit) and the effects on social integration, marginalisation, stigmatisation and prejudice.
Paul's affiliations & professional memberships are:
British Psychological Society (BPS);
British Society of Gerontology (BSG);
Association for Gerontology in Higher Education (AGHE);
Emerging Researchers in Ageing (ERA).