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Lund Population Day 2020

Healthy Ageing, September 24

Keynote lecture

Why study active ageing and how? Professor Taina Rantanen, University of Jyväskylä, Finland [Abstract] ]

Afternoon sessions

To be old with intellectual disability. Magnus Sandberg, Lund University.

Is this ageism? Age as an organizing principle for distributing welfare services. Tove Harnett, Lund University. ]

Is there a direct causal effect of education on dementia? A Swedish natural experiment on 1.3 million individuals. Therese Nilsson, Lund University.

Extending Working Life: Experiences from Sweden. Haodong Qi, Malmö University. ]

Different life conditions of importance for an active life when becoming alone in old age. Ulla Melin Emilsson, Lund University ]

A public health perspective on housing accessibility for senior citizens: Estimating effects on group and population levels. Björn Slaug, Lund University. ]

 

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