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Catherine Bailey

Dr Catherine Bailey, PhD, BA (Hons), RGN Senior Research Fellow Department: Public Health and Wellbeing Faculty of Health and Life Sciences, Northumbria University,
 
Biography

Dr Catherine Bailey is currently working as aSenior Research Fellow in the Department of Public Health and Wellbeing. She has membership of professional bodies:

Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society 

Member of British Society of Gerontology

Member of ProFaNe (Prevention of Falls Network Europe)

She has published many articles some of her publications include:

Books:

Bailey, Cathy, Lisa Cogan, Simon Roberts, and Clodagh Cunningham. "'I fell out of my standing' Falls narratives, ageism and socio-medical understanding of falls in older persons." Brian J. Worsfold. Ed. Acculturating Age: Approaches to Cultural Gerontology. Lleida: Edicions and Publicacions de la Universitat de Lleida, 2011. pp. 59-77. ISBN: 978-84-8409-384-8

Refereed Journal Article: Bailey C, Foran T, Scanaill C, Dromey D (2011) Older adults, falls and technologies for independent living: a life space approach Ageing and Society 31 829- 848

Bailey C et al (2011) Multidisciplinary practice for creating successful assisted living technologies for older adults in Ireland Journal of Assistive Technologies (in press) Bailey C, Chinouya M (2011)

Reflections on ageing from within different cultural context Irish Journal of Anthropology vol.13 (2) 6-12

Research Interest

Cultural appropriateness of telehealthcare staff training and development: international, rural perspectives; Using cultural capital to address social and spatial ageism across the generations; Role of assistive technologies in sheltered housing;

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