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"This final report from Australian Healthcare Associates (AHA) outlines the results of a review into selecting special needs specialisations within the My Aged Care system's Find a Provider tool. It also discusses developing a framework to verify specialisations and research on ways to do this." (Australian government)

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"This report describes the key insights and learnings from the programme. It aims to enable members of the Healthy Ageing Challenge Community of Practice and individuals and organisations in the sector to benefit from the rich lessons in design this programme delivered and use design strategically in their work as a result." (Centre for Ageing Better)

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"This report details the findings of the evaluation of the Life Changes Trust funded dementia friendly communities. It is presented in three parts. The first details the evaluation context, methods, and analysis. The second presents the findings of the evaluation, exploring the themes of better lives for people with dementia and unpaid carers; post-diagnostic support, and links to policy and decision making; challenges and overcoming; added value. The third section brings the findings together and addresses sustainability." (Dementia Centre)
"This report details the findings of the evaluation of the Life Changes Trust funded dementia friendly communities. It is presented in three parts. The first details the evaluation context, methods, and analysis. The second presents the findings of the evaluation, exploring the themes of better lives for people with dementia and unpaid carers; post-diagnostic support, and links to policy and ...

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"This paper uses the monthly Current Population Survey to study older workers' transitions out of employment and into retirement before and during the pandemic. It examines whether the effect of the pandemic was particularly acute for workers with certain demographic characteristics and working conditions, and for those who faced different local public health and economic conditions." (Center for Retirement Research at Boston College)
"This paper uses the monthly Current Population Survey to study older workers' transitions out of employment and into retirement before and during the pandemic. It examines whether the effect of the pandemic was particularly acute for workers with certain demographic characteristics and working conditions, and for those who faced different local public health and economic conditions." (Center for ...

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Caring for the carer : learning report | Life Changes Trust | Glasgow : Life Changes Trust , 2021 , 94 p. |

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"Between December 2020 and February 2021, the Life Changes Trust, supported by the William Grant Foundation, awarded just over £300,000 through a new Fund to support unpaid carers of people living with dementia. The funding programme was developed based on learning about the impact of individual small grants for unpaid carers and in recognition of the immense pressure on carers due to the COVID-19 pandemic." (Life Changes Trust)
"Between December 2020 and February 2021, the Life Changes Trust, supported by the William Grant Foundation, awarded just over £300,000 through a new Fund to support unpaid carers of people living with dementia. The funding programme was developed based on learning about the impact of individual small grants for unpaid carers and in recognition of the immense pressure on carers due to the ...

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Health and aging before and after retirement | Abeliansky, Ana Lucia ; Strulik, Holger | Munich : CESifo Group , 2021 , 35 p. |

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"We investigate health and aging before and after retirement for specific occupational groups. We use five waves of the Survey of Health, Aging, and Retirement in Europe (SHARE) and construct a frailty index for elderly men and women from 10 European countries. Occupational groups are classified according to low vs. high education, blue vs. white collar color, and high vs. low physical or psychosocial job burden. Controlling for individual fixed effects, we find that, regardless of the used classification, workers from the first (low status) group display more health deficits at any age and accumulate health deficits faster than workers from the second (high status) group. We instrument retirement by statutory retirement ages ("normal" and "early") and find that the health of workers in low status occupations benefits greatly from retirement, whereas retirement effects for workers in high status occupations are small and frequently insignificant. We also find that workers from low status occupations always have higher health deficits, i.e. we find evidence for an occupational health gradient that widens with increasing age, before and after retirement." (CESifo)
"We investigate health and aging before and after retirement for specific occupational groups. We use five waves of the Survey of Health, Aging, and Retirement in Europe (SHARE) and construct a frailty index for elderly men and women from 10 European countries. Occupational groups are classified according to low vs. high education, blue vs. white collar color, and high vs. low physical or ...

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Rural-urban health disparities among US adults ages 50 and older | Carter, Beth ; Dean, Olivia | Washington, DC : AARP Public Policy Institute , 2021 , 8 p. |

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"This study utilizes data collected from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention's 2019 Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) and focuses on the following variables: health insurance status, individuals who went without medical care due to cost, certain health conditions (heart disease, stroke, cancer, diabetes, obesity), health-related behaviors (smoking, drinking, leisure-time physical activity), urban versus rural place of residence, and race and ethnicity. Urban versus rural place of residence was determined using the 2013 National Center for Health Statistics six-level urban/rural classification scheme for counties based on the designation of metropolitan and micropolitan statistical areas." (AARP)
"This study utilizes data collected from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention's 2019 Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) and focuses on the following variables: health insurance status, individuals who went without medical care due to cost, certain health conditions (heart disease, stroke, cancer, diabetes, obesity), health-related behaviors (smoking, drinking, le...

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Medical innovations and ageing : a health economics perspective | Grossman, Volker | Munich : CESifo Group , 2021 , 38 p. |

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"This paper discusses the relationship between medical innovations and ageing from a health economics perspective and surveys empirical evidence on medical R&D incentives, R&D costs of pharmaceuticals, and the cost-effectiveness of health innovations. Particular focus is on the endogeneity of medical technological progress to expected market size and on the conceptualization of ageing as an accumulation of health deficits. The paper also discusses the role of medical progress for longevity and health inequality and presents a framework to assess the effect of increased longevity on the value of life." (CESifo)
"This paper discusses the relationship between medical innovations and ageing from a health economics perspective and surveys empirical evidence on medical R&D incentives, R&D costs of pharmaceuticals, and the cost-effectiveness of health innovations. Particular focus is on the endogeneity of medical technological progress to expected market size and on the conceptualization of ageing as an ...

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COVID-19 in long-term care : impact, policy responses and challenges | Rocard, Eileen ; Sillitti, Paola ; Llena-Nozal, Ana | Paris : OECD , 2021 , 109 p. |

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"The COVID-19 crisis has hit the long-term care (LTC) sector particularly hard, with large numbers of people dependent on care and particularly vulnerable to COVID 19 have fallen ill, and a disproportionate rate of LTC workers both exposed to, and infected by, COVID-19. The analysis presented in this report describes the effects of COVID-19 on LTC in OECD countries, mainly showing infection rates and mortality of LTC recipients. It takes stock of the wide range of policy responses that countries have implemented, detailing the changes over time on testing strategies, reduction of interactions and isolation measures, digitalisation of services, and workforce. The report also assesses emergency preparedness in the sector, as well as workforce, organisational and coordination challenges. Finally, the report analyses how policy responses affected care continuity and the well-being of residents while also outlining the effectiveness of vaccination." (OECD)
"The COVID-19 crisis has hit the long-term care (LTC) sector particularly hard, with large numbers of people dependent on care and particularly vulnerable to COVID 19 have fallen ill, and a disproportionate rate of LTC workers both exposed to, and infected by, COVID-19. The analysis presented in this report describes the effects of COVID-19 on LTC in OECD countries, mainly showing infection rates ...

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L’objectif du présent document consiste à décrire les approches d’isolement et de dépistage de certains territoires en ce qui concerne les résidents des FSLD asymptomatiques et entièrement vaccinés qui sont des contacts étroits (personnes ayant un risque élevé d’exposition) de cas de COVID-19. Les approches en matière d’isolement et de dépistage des résidents sans épisodes connus d’exposition (contact étroit ou enquête sur une éclosion) au moment des admissions et des transferts dans des FSLD dépassent la portée du présent document, tout comme les troisièmes doses de vaccins (c.-à-d. doses de rappel).
L’objectif du présent document consiste à décrire les approches d’isolement et de dépistage de certains territoires en ce qui concerne les résidents des FSLD asymptomatiques et entièrement vaccinés qui sont des contacts étroits (personnes ayant un risque élevé d’exposition) de cas de COVID-19. Les approches en matière d’isolement et de dépistage des résidents sans épisodes connus d’exposition ...

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