SBDRP Impact Report


The Social Behavioural & Design Research Programme Impact Report is packed with information about the Research Programme, our projects, what we achieved and there are links to videos and podcasts so that you can see and hear about our impact too. 

We made a difference through co-production, meaningful engagement between researchers, older adults and business, by developing real-world business and academic relationships that help create products and services to support health ageing. We encouraged inter-disciplinarity by ensuring our projects comprised a broad range of skills and expertise, and we were active in building capacity within ageing research by nurturing and supporting our early- and mid-career researchers. Finally, our research programme has policy impact in four key areas: Housing and Environment; Work; Hospitality & Retail; and Staying Active.  See our reports below for further information.