Our article, published in The Journals of Gerontology: Series B, tracks caregiving trajectories across subsequent cohorts of women and men in Europe.
Our new FutureGEN study, published in PLOS ONE, identifies intersecting characteristics that predict use of formal and informal home care.
Study finds that a sizeable share of gender health differences may be alleviated by addressing gender inequalities in socioeconomic conditions.
Ricardo Rodrigues discusses project findings and talks about gender inequality in health and long-term care in article published on ORF.
The Austrian project team presented main findings from the FutureGEN project at the General Assembly Meeting in Vienna, Austria.
In a new study, we analyse associations between gender, widowhood, living arrangements and use of home and community-based care.
The final FutureGEN project and Sounding Board meeting took place on the 17th-19th of May in Stockholm.
In our study published in the European Journal of Ageing, we compare cohort-specific disability trajectories in old age in Europe.
How the Data Navigator can help to promote health and care of older persons was the focus of this webinar organised with Age Platform Europe.
Cassandra Simmons and Ricardo Rodrigues introduced the Data Navigator and discussed its use in advocacy for informal carers at webinar with Eurocarers.