Dr Lynne Corner
Director of Engagement
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Telephone: +44 (0) 191 208 1309
- Personal Website: http://www.ncl.ac.uk/voicenorth
- Address: Biomedical Research Building
Campus for Ageing and Vitality
Newcastle upon Tyne
Dr Lynne Corner is Director of Engagement, Faculty of Medical Sciences, Newcastle University. She leads for Voice North - a large organisation established to harness the insights and experience of the public for research and innovation. She also leads for Patient Involvement for the NIHR Newcastle Biomedical Research Centre and is a member of INVOLVE.
She is a social geronotologist with over 20 years research experience. She has a particular interest in involving the public in research on ageing, health and demographic change and how research can be translated for societal and economic impact and benefit. She also specialises in dementia research and in technologies for an ageing population and is interested in assessment of well-being and service evaluation. She is a member of the SiDE (Social Inclusion through the Digital economy) team - a major EPSRC funded project based at Newcastle University - and also the Livewell team. Dr Corner also directs the NE Dementia Innovation Hub and chairs the NE Dementia Alliance - a stakeholder group established by the Department of Health to support the effective implementation of the National Dementia Strategy in the North East.
- Corner L, Brittain K, Bond J. Social aspects of ageing. Psychiatry 2007, 6(12), 480-483.
- Corner L, Bond J. Being at risk of dementia: Fears and anxieties of older adults. Journal of Aging Studies 2004, 18(2), 143-155.
- Corner L, Brittain K, Bond J. Social aspects of ageing. Psychiatry 2004, 3(12), 5-7.
- Bond J, Corner L, Lilley A, Ellwood C. Medicalisation of insight and caregivers' response to risk in dementia. Dementia 2002, 1(3), 313-328.
- Bond J, Corner L. Quality of life and older people. Buckingham: Open University Press, 2004.
- Corner L, Bond J. Being at risk of dementia: fears and anxieties of older adults. Gerontology 2001, 47(Suppl 1), 264.
- Bond J, Corner L. Researching dementia: are there unique methodological challenges for health services research?. Ageing and Society 2001, 21(1), 95-116.
- Clarke CL, Keyes SE, Wilkinson H, Alexjuk J, Wilcockson J, Robinson L, Corner L, Cattan M. Organisational space for partnership and sustainability: lessons from the implementation of the National Dementia Strategy for England. Health and Social Care in the Community 2014, 22(6), 634-645.
- Clarke CL, Keyes SE, Wilkinson H, Alexjuk EJ, Wilcockson J, Robinson L, Reynolds J, McClelland S, Hodgson P, Corner L, Cattan M. ‘I just want to get on with my life’: a mixed-methods study of active management of quality of life in living with dementia. Ageing and Society 2018, 38(2), 378-402.
- Keyes SE, Clarke CL, Wilkinson H, Alexjuk EJ, Wilcockson J, Robinson L, Reynolds J, McClelland S, Corner L, Cattan M. "We're all thrown in the same boat...": A qualitative analysis of peer support in dementia care. Dementia 2016, 15(4), 560-577.
- Hirst B, Padfield P, Corner L, Down K, Williams H, Williams S, Stubbs M. Pathways to embed patient and public involvement in healthcare scientist training programmes. Birmingham, UK: Health Education England, 2015.
- Robinson L, Corner L. The threat to wellbeing from cognitive decline. In: Cooper, CL; Kirkwood, TBL, ed. Wellbeing: A Complete Reference Guide, Work and Wellbeing. Chichester, West Sussex: John Wiley & Sons, 2014, pp.199-218.