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Proceedings of the 1991 International Symposium on Data on Aging
  • Alternative Title:
    ICE on Aging
  • Description:
    1. Welcome and charge / by Manning Feinleib -- 2. Crosscutting issues on health and disabily: introduction / by Gene D. Cohen -- 3. Healthy aging / by John Rowe -- 4. Models of disability / by Pierre Minaire -- 5, Crosscutting issues on long-term care: introduction / by Diane Rowland -- 6. Cognitive function and the elderly / by Barry Gurland -- 7. Long-term care policy in international perspective / by Pattick Hennes -- 8. Crosscutting issues on other international research on aging: introduction / by Gwendolyn S. King -- 9. International research unhealthy life expectancy / by George C. Myers -- 10. World Health Organization Program for Research on Aging / by Stefania Magig -- 11, Health promotion and disease prevention workshop / by Gerry E. Hendershot -- 12. Vitality workshop / by Richard Havlik -- 13. Functional disability workshop / by Mary Grace Kovar -- 14. Outcomes ofnursing home care workshop / by Joan F. Van Nostrand . -- 15. Chronic disease common in the elderly workshop / by Tamara Harris . -- 16. Closing comments: next steps for the ICE on aging / / by Manning Feinleib

    The 1991 International Symposium was convened from September 4 to 6, in Rockville, Maryland, as a follow-onto a 1988 symposium. The 1988 symposium focused on developing a research agenda on measuring health and health care for the elderly in a standard manner to permit valid comparisons across nations, The theme of the 1991 Symposium was “Meeting the Challenges of an Aging World.” Its purpose was to share the interim results of the research agenda from the 1988 sympaslum and to review the goals for the next few years. Speakers and participants were distinguished international experts from a dozen different countries and a variety of organizations. They were selected for their expertise in the five topics addressed by the International Symposium: health promotion, vitality, functional disability, outcomes of nursing home care, and common chronic diseases.

  • Content Notes:
    Manning Feinleib, editor. ; "1991 Symposium on the International Collaborative Effort (ICE) on Aging, Measuring Health and Health Care, also known as the ICE on Aging." - p. 1 ; Includes bibliographical references. ;
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