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New research into the cost-effectiveness of loneliness interventions

By Laura Alcock-Ferguson Since it was founded in 2011, the Campaign to End Loneliness has brought together numerous examples of how organisations and the interventions they make have demonstrably reduced loneliness in older people. We have shared this so that others have been able to develop interventions, and demonstrate how they have reduced loneliness amongst…
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Researching Acts of Kindness and Social Ties

Presentations from the Research and Policy Forum Meeting on 25 April 2017 On 25 April, the Campaign to End Loneliness Research and Policy Forum meeting was held at UCL. There were three presenters who have worked on kindness and social ties. Below are abstracts from their presentations and links to the presentations themselves. Changing Social…
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Millions of men are hiding their loneliness

Today the Jo Cox Commission on Loneliness launches its spotlight month on loneliness (3rd May – 4th June 2017). The month-long campaign will be launched today by Rachel Reeves (Lab) and Seema Kennedy (Cons) and will shine a spotlight on male loneliness and explore practical solutions to addressing it. Research out today, conducted by RVS…
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Call for evidence on the economic case for tackling loneliness

The Campaign to End Loneliness has commissioned a review led by a team at the London School of Economics to find out more on the value for money of investing in any measure to prevent or reduce loneliness and/or social isolation in older people. To help inform the review we would welcome information and /or…
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Invitation to tender: research into the cost-effectiveness of loneliness interventions

We at the Campaign are commissioning a new research project looking at the cost-effectiveness of loneliness interventions. Click here to read  an invitation to tender for the Campaign to End Loneliness. We are looking for a team of researchers to work on a discrete project for us looking at the cost effectiveness of loneliness interventions….
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