FutureGEN researchers presented 4 papers at the 5th Transforming Care Conference that took place online on 24-25 June 2021.
The FutureGEN team is pleased to present the Data Navigator, an open-access tool that compares gender and socioeconomic differences in health and long-term care use for community-dwelling older people (aged 65+ years) in Europe over time. The online webinar will take place
The FutureGEN project will hold a virtual PhD workshop on “Gender differences in health and care in old age” on 7-8 June, between 14h-16h. In this workshop, we will spend two afternoons discussing the gendered nature of health and caregiving in
The researchers of the FutureGEN research consortium welcome the initiative of the European Commission to publish the Green Paper on Ageing. We consider this an important stepping stone to deepen the discussion on ageing, its consequences and related policies in
Afshin Vafaei presented findings of our systematic review of methods used to study intersections of sex and social circumstances on older adults’ health at the Society for Epidemiologic Research on December 17, 2020. The presentation was delivered live online (due
There is broad recognition that health outcomes are shaped both by individual and group characteristics such as sex, race, socio-economic status. Including categories that go beyond, for example, women and men to locate individuals at the intersections of social circumstances
The GENDER-ERA Net program of the EU has just released a video featuring the PIs of the project FutureGEN, where we explain the aims and relevance of the project. Watch the youtube video to find out more about this project.
Ricardo Rodrigues will give a webinar on FutureGEN’s early findings and make the case for research on gender inequalities and intersectionality in care and health.
Our second project and Sounding Board meeting took place on 13-14 May 2020 in the form of an online meeting due to the COVID-19 restrictions.
Since the start of the project four researchers joined the FutureGEN team: Selma Kadi, Afshin Vafaei, Johan Rehnberg and Erika Augustsson.