The Expert Committee is a body made up of a multidisciplinary team of people from outside the project who are experts in fields such as social gerontology, gerontological intervention, information and communication technologies (ICT), community collaboration approaches, and/or living labs who will continually assess the project from a technical point of view.
Body made up of a multidisciplinary team of people from outside the project.
Their indications and reports will feed back into the project monitoring and its technical activities coordinated by INTRAS and the WGs and activity leaders, respectively. The project website will publish the assessment reports as a transparency measure.
Professor and Projet Manageer & boss the Social Entrepreneurship Laboratory at the University of Valladolid
Professor in the Department of Sociology and Social Work at the University of Valladolid
Specialist in Family and Community Nursing
University Master in Gerontology from the University of Salamanca.
Since 1998, Mª Lozano develops her professional activity in Gerencia Regional de Servicios Sociales of the Junta de Castilla y León. She carries out tasks of planning resources and services in integrated care from the person-centred care model, intended to elderly people in rural areas; evaluation of quality of life in the implementation of new models of residential care and proximity resources/services; assessment of situations of dependency; evaluation and planning of interventions in processes of cognitive impairment; and coordination with local socio-health entities and services in proximity programmes in rural areas (Integr@tención and Fronteira2020 projects).
PhD in Social Psychology
She has been technical coordinator of the IMSERSO's Ageing and Vulnerability Network (Ministry of Social Affairs, now Ministry of Social Rights & 2030 Agenda), for which she has also carried out various training tasks. Se has participated in several national and European research projects without interruption since 1994, which have resulted in hundreds of publications and conferences. She has supervised (completed and work in progress) more than 25 doctoral thesis.
One of the most recent research focuses on loneliness, social participation and generativity.
She has recently been appointed Coordinator and member of the Innovation Committee against unwanted loneliness in vulnerable groups of the Valencian Agency for Innovation, Generalitat Valenciana (2019).
Since 2005, she has been working on social issues, currently on the Sustainable Development Programme, on the promotion of pilot-projects aiming to address complex problems, in what concerns to Children and Youth at Risk and Older People, coordinating the management and monitoring of the projects, participating on the design of new calls, projects and initiatives, with experts on those fields. On the last few years, she updated skills on Ageing, Projects management and Management in Partnership.
Dementia, intergenerational relations and isolation were themes chosen to pilot-projects, seminars and conferences. Nowadays, the priorities are centered on the promotion of the quality of life and wellbeing, autonomy and resilience of older people, healthy ageing and ageing in place; Dementia, support and qualification to informal and professional caregivers and the qualification of the care; and violence and abuse against older people.