Conference program

JPI MYBL Conference 2016 – Program

Health, Ageing and Migration: new patterns of demographic change.

Past work and future challenges of the JPI MYBL

1st December 2016

Opening welcome message from the Italian Minister of Health Beatrice Lorenzin
Welcome and introduction: Paolo Maria Rossini (UCSC – JPI MYBL Italian delegate), Edvard Beem (ZonMw – JPI MYBL Chairman), Horst Krämer (EC).

New welfare models
New models in action! Evidence of successful experiences – Giovanni Lamura (INRCA)
Presentation of the projects funded under the second JPI MYBL joint call “Welfare, Wellbeing and Demographic Change: Understanding Welfare Models”

  • AgeWellAccounts – Age-Specific Wellbeing- and Transfer Accounts: Evaluating Intergenerational Support
  • CIRCLE – Care and Income Redistributive Cycles in the Lives of Europeans
  • CREW – Care, retirement and wellbeing of older people across different welfare regimes
  • EMMY – European Welfare Models and Mental Wellbeing in Final Years of Life
  • WELTRANSIM – Demographic change and intra and intergenerational distribution: Modelling the impact of different welfare models
General discussion
Health, wellbeing and working life
Extending working life – Swenneke van den Heuvel (TNO)

Presentation of the projects funded under the first JPI MYBL joint call “Extended Working Life and its Interaction with Health, Wellbeing and beyond”

Round table: comparative analysis in the JPI MYBL member states:

2nd December 2016

Parallel sessions
Challenges presented by migration
Marcella Corsi (Uniroma 1) –
Erling Holmøy (SSB)
François Héran (INED)

Health and welfare models in a changing Europe/World
Jonas Radl (uc3m) – Ethnic Inequality in Retirement Income
Marcel Leppée (University of Zagreb) – Health and Welfare Models in a Changing Europe/World
Johan Fritzell (Karolinska Institutet) – Health and welfare models: what do we know?

Health trends and ageing population
Marja Jylhä (University of Tampere) – Health trends in very old people – findings from the Vitality 90 Study
Jean-Marie Robine (INSERM)
Maria Kristiansen (Danish Research Centre for Migration, Ethnicity and Health) – Health trends and ageing population
Cecilia Tomassini (UNIMOL) – Some thoughts on health and ageing in the Italian context


JPI MYBL – Future Plans
Reports from the three parallel sessions


Closing presentation “Can we avoid the perfect storm” by the President of the Italian Institute of Health and Welfare Prof. Walter Ricciardi


Conclusions and farewell