The Advisors are carefully selected, trained and supported by professionals. There is complete confidentiality in the service.
Advisors will discuss any general worries that arise when someone is finding it more difficult to cope as they get older. Advisors can help people cope with loneliness, bereavement and illness or problems such as form completion, benefits, housing, finance or family relationships. They offer impartial advice and information as well as someone with whom to share a problem.
If you have something you would like to discuss, why not telephone or e-mail us. You may be concerned about a relative or a friend who is elderly. We might be able to help you too. We will arrange for one of our advisors to see you either at home or in our office. If we do not know the answer we will help by putting you in touch with someone who does.
About the Research
The Medical Research Society is a society for all those involved in clinical and/or scientific research relating to any aspect of medicine. The Society aims to encourage and further such research by:
- hosting the annual Meeting for Clinician Scientists in Training
- supporting younger investigators with the annual award of the prestigious Young Investigator Award
- providing a number of prizes for oral and poster presentations
Currently the Opin Medical Research hosts the annual Meeting for Clinician Scientists in Training in conjunction with the Academy of Medical Sciences and the Royal College of Physicians, London. This Spring meeting incorporates the final of the annual Young Investigator Award, the Raftery Prize in Cardiovascular Sciences and the annual Gordon Cumming Memorial Lecture which is given by a distinguished international speaker.
Current Shortages in Medical and Health Professions
Critical Care Co-ordinators
Residential Care Assistant