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BIOPICCC Dissemination and Networking Event 21 st October 2011 King’s College, London Sarah Curtis, Sim Reaney , Mylene Riva, Chris Dunn, Ralf Ohlemuller , Sarah Nodwell , Roland Burkhard , Lena Dominelli , Richard Holden, Dimitri Val, Katie Oven and Jonathan Wistow

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BIOPICCCDissemination and Networking Event

21st October 2011

King’s College, London

Sarah Curtis, SimReaney, MyleneRiva, Chris Dunn, Ralf Ohlemuller,

Sarah Nodwell, Roland Burkhard, Lena Dominelli, Richard Holden, Dimitri Val, Katie Oven and Jonathan Wistow

Research funded by the EPSRC (EP/G060843/1)

http://www.dur.ac.uk/geography/research/researchprojects/biopiccc/

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BIOPICCC

Aim: to develop strategies to ensure resilience of infrastructure and systems supporting health and social care for older people in conditions of climate change

Map national variations in future hazards and

vulnerability

Select ‘case studies’ of local areas most ‘at risk’ and undertake in depth analysis of key infrastructure, local hazards, vulnerabilities

Incorporation of information into systems engineering models for built infrastructure to make it more resilient to climate change

Disseminate ‘demonstration projects’ and ‘toolkits’

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Purpose of the day

  • Networking among agencies involved in local planning for adaptation to climate change of care of older people.
  • Sharing best practice
  • Discussing draft toolkit materials from the BIOPICCC project
  • Planning ways forward from this workshop (afternoon session on risks of climate change; next steps for BIOPICCC )

http://www.dur.ac.uk/geography/research/researchprojects/biopiccc

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Introduction to the prototype

BIOPICCC toolkit

  • Organograms - Identify key partners:
  • - strategic level
  • - local level
  • Guidance notes on selecting case study areas
  • Collecting views from older people: - who to survey
  • - questions to ask
  • Collecting views from local service providers
  • - who to survey
  • - questions to ask