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Creating an age-friendly public health system : challenges, opportunities and next steps / Lehning, Amanda J. ; Biasi, Anne De ; Trust for America's health. "A Public Health Framework to Support the Improvement of the Health and Well-being of Older Adults" convening (2017 : Tampa, Forida).
Washington : Trust for America's health, 2018, 18 p.

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Lieux géographiques
: États-Unis

Mots-clés principaux
:
Santé publique
Cadre de référence
communauté amie des aînés
Bien-être

Mots-clés secondaires : Partenariat ; Coordination des services ; Transfert des connaissances ; Collecte de données

Résumé :

"The report is the result of a convening, "A Public Health Framework to Support the Improvement of the Health and Well-being of Older Adults," in Tampa, Florida, October 2017 when national, state, and local public health officials; aging experts, advocates, and service providers; and health care officials came together to discuss how public health could contribute to an age-friendly society and improve the health and well-being of older adults.

The resulting public health framework focuses on areas where public health can support, complement, or enhance aging services, and includes five key potential roles for public health.
[...]
1.Connecting and convening multiple sectors and professions that provide the supports, services,and infrastructure to promote healthy aging.
2. Coordinating existing supports and services to avoid duplication of efforts, identify gaps, and increase access to services and supports.
3.Collecting data to assess community health status (including inequities) and aging population needs to inform the development of interventions.
4.Conducting, communicating, and disseminating research findings and best practices to support healthy aging.
5.Complementing and supplementing existing supports and services, particularly in terms of integrating clinical and population health approaches. " (John A. Hartford Foundation)

Illustrations : graph.
Langue : Anglais
Doc n° : 35814
NumRec : 7914903
 

       

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