Prof Mieke Grypdonck and other Flemish fellow travellers in Belgium, organised around the care-ethical lab of sTimul: https://www.vives.be/nl/stimul.
Prof Andries Baart is extraordinary professor of the Optentia Research Focus Area at the Vaal Triangle Campus of the North-West University in South Africa. With Prof Jaco Hoffman, he is working on different projects around ageing in South-Africa.
Several staff members have contact with Prof Emmerentia du Plessis, fulltime professor of the School of Nursing of the North-West University in South Africa, and her fellow researchers into Caring Presence in Nursing. Besides doing research, they maintain a website and a platform on YouTube.
In 2021, Prof du Plessis has published the volume ‘Reflecting on Presence in Nursing: A Guide for Nursing Practice and Research’, with contributions from, among others, Andries Baart, Elly Beurskens, Jan den Bakker, and Guus Timmerman. More information can be found on the editor’s website.
Albert Banerjee is “…a critical gerontologist interested in the existential assumptions that have shaped the Western approach to healthy living and dying.” (https://www.stu.ca/gerontology/albert-banerjee/). He is involved with the website Imagining Age-Friendly “communities within communities” (https://imagine-aging.ca/) and the YouTube platform Imagine Aging (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWDpOIVjchOANqb4Dieh7Rg). He has kindly helped us with his feedback while we were writing our article ‘Cultivating quality awareness in corona times‘, now published in: Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy, 1-16. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11019-021-10010-x.