Prof. Formosa PhD is Head of the Department of Gerontology, Faculty for Social Wellbeing, University of Malta. He holds the posts of Chairperson of the National Commission for Active Ageing (Malta) and Director of the International Institute on Ageing, United Nations - Malta (INIA). In recent months, Dr. Formosa directed training programmes in gerontology and geriatrics in the Philippines, China, India, Turkey, Russian Federation, Malaysia, and Belarus. Dr. Formosaâ€™s interests include active ageing, critical gerontology, social class dynamics, and older adult learning. Published books include Lifelong learning in later life (with Brian Findsen, 2011), Learning across generations (with Schmidt-Hertha and Jelenc KraÅ¡ovec, 2014), Social class in later life (with Paul Higgs, 2015), Population ageing in Malta (with Charles Scerri, 2015), Ageing and later life in Malta (2015), International perspectives on older adult education (with Brian Findsen, 2016), and Population ageing in Turkey: Social and health care services for older persons (with Yesim Gokce Kutsal, 2017). Prof. Formosa sits on various international editorial boards of peer-reviewed journals, and is Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal on Ageing in Developing Countries.
Older Adult Learning
Universities of the Third Age
FSD5401 - Contemporary Family Issues for Pastoral Work