The Campaign to End Loneliness Research Hub exists to increase and develop the evidence base on the issue of loneliness in older age. The Research Hub works to:

  • Identify gaps and debates in the academic research on loneliness and isolation
  • Create new research for the benefits of both practitioners and academics
  • Contribute to a quarterly Research Bulletin, to keep all supporters up to date with the latest research into loneliness and isolation

The Forum involves university academics, other researchers and practitioners. Professional biographies of current Research and Policy Forum can be found here [Download not found].

If you are a researcher and are interested in networking and helping to improve policies, services and support for older people, we would like to hear from you. Please email Kellie Payne and we will invite to join the Forum, contribute to the Research Bulletin and attend our meetings, which are held twice a year.

You can receive news about the latest research and news by becoming a supporter of the Campaign.

Read previous editions of the Research Bulletin.