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“He means the world to me” - Dunhill Medical Trust Project

1:00pm - 3:00pm / Thursday 16th September 2021
Type: Webinar / Category: Research
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  • Admission: Free event.
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** Invite only event, if you are interested in attending please contact slsjmret@liverpool.ac.uk**

The School of Law presents their research findings into the implications of separating older people from their pets.

“He means the world to me”: human implications of separating older people from their pets in residential care/nursing homes.’ This project, conducted by researchers from the universities of Liverpool and Lincoln and funded by the Dunhill Medical Trust, has investigated the implications of separating older people from companion animal(s) when they move to a residential care home or other care setting. During this 2 hour online event our aim is to disseminate key findings and proposals derived from our research and discuss policy recommendations.