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Britain's ageing population: the engine behind...
Britain's ageing population: the engine behind increased dependency ratios. Falkingham, Jane ( 1989). ... Britain's ageing population: the engine behind increased dependency ratios. Welfare State Programme Discussion Papers, WSP 017.
Ageing in the European Union - LSE Research Online
The ageing of European populations presents health, long-term care, and welfare systems with new challenges. Although reports of ageing as a fundamental threat to the welfare state seem exaggerated, societies have to embrace various policy options
Functional decline over 2 years in older Spanish...
Aim:- To evaluate the social, educational, health and behavioral predictors of physical functional decline in older Spanish adults. Methods:- A 2-year longitudinal study based on 699 community-dwelling Spanish adults aged over 65 years
The relationship between active ageing and health...
Background: ‘Active ageing’ has been promoted as a strategy for extending quality of life and healthy life expectancy. However, there is limited evidence from nationally representative longitudinal studies on whether engagement among older
Equity, efficiency, and financial risk of alternative...
Partly a reflection of the increasing volume and hence political influence of the older population, recent reforms of long-term care (LTC) systems across developed countries have sought to expand the coverage of the services provided, and have
The ageing internet: digital choice and exclusion...
2 Dec 2009:
We are all familiar with the headlines proclaiming the rise of the ‘silver surfer’; or now even the ‘silver tweeter’. Alongside this, services are increasingly disseminating information that is accessed purely online. So, what about the
Demographic change and its implications for health,...
Demographic change and its implications for health, family support, need for care and pensions: results from the modelling ageing populations to 2030 ( MAP2030) study. ... Demographic change and its implications for health, family support, need for care
Demographic changes and ageing process in Central and...
Demographic changes and ageing process in Central and Eastern Europe: how sustainable are the demographic trends for the future? ... Gjonça, Arjan and Gjonça, Edlira ( 2011). Demographic changes and ageing process in Central and Eastern Europe: how
Health and Social Care | Research and policy analysis...
Research and policy analysis in health and social care. Jul 7 2014. Posted in:Guest blog by Chris Fennell, Head of Outreach, Kent Social Care Professionals Limited. For several years now there has been much political debate about the quality of care
Meeting the challenge of population ageing - LSE...
The welfare state is based on a life course that no longer matches current experience. It assumes that people, or at least men and unmarried women, spend their early years in education and then go on to a long period in work followed by a short
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