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Annual David Hobman Lecture

The Annual David Hobman Lecture was set up in memory of David Hobman CBE, who was the first director of Age Concern England and Chairman of the Age Concern Institute of Gerontology at King's College London, set up in 1986.

The lectures are organised by the Department of Global Health & Social Science, the Institute of Gerontology and Age UK. Located in King's Great Hall, they bring an opportunity to explore concepts of ageing and gerontology.


Lecture recap:

The challenges and contributions of our ageing society

The 2019 David Hobman Lecture heard about the important part older people play in our society but also the challenges many face. Read more

Bishop of London speaks to packed house

The Rt Revd and Rt Hon Dame Sarah Mullally DBE, Bishop of London spoke at the 2018 David Hobman Lecture about spirituality and ageing. Read more

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