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Jess Kuehne
Jess
Kuehne
Senior Programme Manager – Ageism
Jess develops and manages a strategic programme of activities to bring about change for our action area on challenging ageism.

She previously led the Centre for Ageing Better’s work on healthy ageing and the physical activity programme, working to ensure more people reach later life in good health and free from preventable disability.

Jess has a Master’s in Public Health from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and over 15 years’ experience advocating for changes to policy and practice on a variety of health issues, including smoking, tuberculosis, obesity and diabetes.

She joined Ageing Better in August 2016.

Articles written by Jess

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Life expectancy in the UK has begun to stall and even reverse for some groups and the time spent living with one or more persistent health conditions has increased, threatening the quality of our later life.
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A new report by the Commission on Alcohol Harm has concluded that a new UK-wide alcohol strategy is urgently required.
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As people recover from COVID-19, the importance of physical activity and rebuilding muscle strength cannot be overstated.

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