4 edition of Health and mortality among elderly populations found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Graziella Caselli and Alan D. Lopez.|
|Series||International studies in demography|
|Contributions||Caselli, Graziella., Lopez, Alan D.|
|LC Classifications||HQ1061 .H385 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 360 p. :|
|Number of Pages||360|
|LC Control Number||95049775|
In Table 3 we present, for the total elderly population and for different age groups, a.) the upper and lower bounds to the growth of the institutional and community-based disabled elderly population based on the high and low mortality assumptions made in the SSA projection series (i.e., where mortality rates are assumed to decline one half as. Socioeconomic inequalities in mortality among elderly people in 11 European populations. Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, 58(6), pp Journal. This volume consists of papers presented at a conference held in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, in October Most of the research was conducted as part of the program on the Economics of Aging at the National Bureau of Economic Research and was sponsored by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, through National Institute on Aging grants PAG and RAG to the . Changing Concepts of Morbidity and Mortality in the Elderly Population | One of the most serious challenges facing the U.S. today is how to plan for a rapidly aging population. Despite increased speculation about how public andCited by:
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The third and final seminar convened by the Committee was held in Sendai City, Japan, from Juneentitled Health and Mortality Trends Among Elderly Populations: Determinants and Implications. This book is based on the thirty- one invited papers presented and discussed at the seminar.
Get this from a library. Health and mortality among elderly populations. [Graziella Caselli; Alan D Lopez;] -- In recent years, there has been a substantial literature on many facets of the daily lives of the elderly.
This volume is a further contribution to the literature, pinpointing the most recent trends. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Health literacy challenges may impact older adults more than other age groups. 12 On average, adults age 65 and older have lower health literacy than adults under the age of 27 Low health literacy among older adults is associated with increased reports of poor physical functioning, pain, limitations of daily activities, poor mental health.
Health and Mortality among Elderly Populations (International Studies in Demography) (illustrated Edition) by Graziella Caselli (Editor), Alan D. Lopez (Editor), Alan Book Edition: Illustrated Edition.
Conclusions Inadequate health literacy, as measured by reading fluency, independently predicts all-cause mortality and cardiovascular death among community-dwelling elderly persons.
Reading fluency is a more powerful variable than education for examining the association between socioeconomic status and by: 4 Health and Disability in the Working-Age and Elderly Populations. As the remarkable increases in life expectancy of the last century combined with the U.S. baby boom to cause an unprecedented demographic transformation, a fundamental question became the functional status of the future population and the pattern that would emerge in the relationship between survival and functional.
3 Socioeconomic Status, Health, and Mortality in Aging Populations. Angela M. O’Rand and Scott M. Lynch Duke University.
INTRODUCTION. Nearly 25 years ago, Health and mortality among elderly populations book and Taubman () summarized major observations from demographic research on socioeconomic differences in adult mortality and health in a National Research Council volume on the Demography of Aging.
The role of SES in health and mortality among Latinos is complex both within and across populations in the Americas. SES differentials in Mexico and other areas of Latin America may be weak or reversed for some health-related variables such as smoking and obesity, since the poor in some nations are less able to afford cigarettes and high Cited by: Influenza remains at elevated levels across much of the country, affecting an estimated 36 million people so far this season and resulting in at leasthospitalizations, most among those 65 and older, p deaths.
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Established Populations for Epidemiologic Studies of the Elderly: Resource Data Book. Washington, DC: US Dept of Health and Human Services; NIA publication Cited by: Health Disparities Among Older Adults Over the last few decades in the US, rates of disability among older adults have declined significantly (Freedman et al.,Manton and Gu,Spillman,Wolf et al., ) and there have been improvements in elders’ overall health as well (Martin et al.,Soldo et al., ).Cited by: 6.
Our objective was to assess the relationship between limited literacy and mortality in a prospective cohort of racially diverse, community-dwelling elders.
As the elderly population grows and the burden of chronic diseases increases, 13 our findings could have important public health implications for health communication and health care by: Obesity and the burden of health risks among the elderly in Ghana: A population study Article (PDF Available) in PLoS ONE 12(11):e.
It has been consistently found that among adult populations, mortality at the lower end of the socioeconomic scale is higher than mortality at the higher end.
1– 4 Also among elderly populations, socioeconomic mortality inequalities are found. 5– 13 These inequalities often decrease with increasing age. 10, 14– 16 However, there are Cited by: Grade of membership (GOM) representations are used to characterize and compare the health status of a very heterogeneous sample of blacks and whites in an elderly cohort of 2, noninstitutionalized men and women living in New Haven, Connecticut.
They were interviewed in as part of the Established Populations for the Epidemiologic Study of the Elderly (EPESE).Cited by: Women of Color Health Data Book Recent research among U.S. adults on mortality rates from all causes illustrates the need to disaggregate data simultaneously by both sex/gender and race/ethnicity.
For example, the “Hispanic paradox” describes a Among populations of color, in addition to socioeconomic status, acculturation—the File Size: 2MB. In recent years, there has been a substantial literature on many facets of the daily lives of the elderly.
This volume is a further contribution to the literature, pinpointing the most recent trends in the survival of the elderly and in their physical and mental health.
It also describes possible scenarios for the early decades of the twenty-first century. To delineate current knowledge with. According to the National Center for Health Statistics, about half of the overall decline in mortality among the elderly during the period resulted from the decline in heart disease Cited by: Comorbidity, dependency and poor self-perceived physical and mental health status have also been identified as independent predictors of mortality among the elderly population [9–15].
Despite comorbidity being associated to an increased risk of death, some studies have argued that it is the combination of specific pathologies which explains Cited by: ABSTRACT.
Background: Comparative studies on dietary patterns and long-term mortality are sparse. Objective: The objective was to examine the relations between y mortality and adherence to the World Health Organization dietary guidelines [Healthy Diet Indicator (HDI)], a Mediterranean-like diet, and a carbohydrate-restricted (CR) diet in elderly Swedish by: A thorough examination of the morbidity and comorbidity profiles among the elderly and an evaluation of the related factors are required to improve the delivery of health care to the elderly and to estimate the cost of that care.
In South Korea where the aged population is rapidly increasing, however, to date only one study using a limited sample (84 subjects) has provided information on Cited by: This information will provide a better understanding of how health disparities may affect various older adult populations, and include a specific “call-to-action” to address health disparities among older adults.
The CDC’s Healthy Aging Program is also conducting research on minority populations to identify and address health disparities. This study analyses the effects of residential relocation among elderly people, in terms of mortality and health service consumption.
The analyses are based on a register cover persons. Analyses at different levels are carried out a logistic regression analysis, a longitudinal analysis on a yearly basis and a longitudinal analysis of Cited by: Faith and Health: Psychological Perspectives is a book of scientific psychology on the relationship between religious faith and by Thomas G.
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and. Keith W. Whitfield. Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania. The population of the United States, like that of most other nations, will age rapidly well into the 21st century. Huisman et al. 10 identified the persistence of socioeconomic inequalities in mortality among elderly of 11 populations in northern, southern and central European countries, through a comparative study of mortality among elderly and young adults.
According to the authors, the large number of additional deaths in the lower socioeconomic groups. Americans are living longer—and staying healthier longer—than ever before.
Despite the rapid disappearance of pensions and health care benefits for retirees, older people are healthier and better off than they were twenty years ago.
In Health at Older Ages, a distinguished team of economists analyzes the foundations of disability decline, quantifies this phenomenon in economic terms, and. Some specific issues covered in this volume include: mortality and life expectancy, the incidence of disease and disabilities, diet and nutrition, access to health services and long-term care, and public health care policy.
This book is both timely and unique, thus making it a welcome addition to the literature on aging for scholars and health. Predictors of Mortality Among the Elderly Michael Hurd, Daniel McFadden, Angela Merrill. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in December NBER Program(s):Economics of Aging The objective of this paper is to find the quantitative importance of some predictors.
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Chapter 15 Health Psychology. STUDY. Flashcards. Learn. Write. Health promotion programs that target the elderly. will become important as the size of the elderly cohort will continue to increase over the next 10 years _____ is currently endemic and will shortly supplant smoking as the major avoidable contributor to mortality.
Obesity. Predictors of mortality among elderly dependent home care patients Article (PDF Available) in BMC Health Services Research 13(1) August with 82 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
African Americans are living longer. The death rate for African Americans has declined about 25% over 17 years, primarily for those aged 65 years and older. Even with these improvements, new analysis shows that younger African Americans are living with or dying of many conditions typically found in white Americans at older ages.
Life expectancy among the elderly has been improving for many decades, 1 and there is evidence that the health of the elderly has also been improving. The coming influx of the baby-boom Cited by: Downloadable. It is now common to use the individual's self-assessed-health-status (SAHS) as a measure of health.
The use of SAHS is supported by numerous studies that show that SAHS is a better predictor of mortality and morbidity than medical records. The wave of the rich Survey of Health Aging and Retirement Europe (SHARE) is used for the exploration of the full spectrum of factors. Research Article Medical Liability: Beyond Caps Health Affairs Vol No.4 Health Insurance Coverage And Mortality Among The Near-ElderlyCited by: Loneliness Among Rural Elderly: Present and Future Public Health Challenges: /ch Population aging is a great challenge for modern societies at the future and is a central issue in the development of public policies.
In Spain, in ruralAuthor: Borja Rivero Jiménez, Nuria María García Perales, David Conde Caballero, Beatriz Muñoz González, Jul. In community-based studies of older adults, self-perceptions of well-being are strong predictors of mortality.
Perceptions of poor health and inadequate social networks have been associated with increased mortality. 1– 5 For example, Idler and colleagues 2 found that self-rated good health was associated with a significantly reduced risk of mortality for men (odds ratio =95% Cited by:.
Among healthy retirees, a 1-year older age at retirement was associated with an 11% lower risk of all-cause mortality (95% CI 8% to 15%), independent of a wide range of sociodemographic, lifestyle and health confounders.
Similarly, unhealthy retirees (n=) had a lower all-cause mortality risk when retiring later (HR95% CI to ).Cited by: Socio-economic disparities in mortality among the elderly in China Weixiang Luo1 and Yu Xie2,3 1Fudan University, 2University of Michigan, 3Peking University This longitudinal study of mortality among the elderly (65 and over) in China used a large representativeFile Size: KB.small positive effect of health assessments on quality of life for those remaining in the community.6 A meta regression analysis of preventive home visits for the elderly demonstrated a reduction in mortality in younger study populations (mean age 80) and functional decline was .