Press releases

Here a list of the published article about JPI MYBL and its experts!

 

European scientists in search for the secrets of well‐being of the elderly in Europe: from the mental and physical health to the subjective perception of their quality of life (JPI 2016 Rome Conference)

 

More Years Better Lives thanks to elderly‐friendly technologies. European researchers are planning new projects to study ageing populations and their use of technologies (JPI 2016 Rome Conference and Third Call Announcement)

 

European Union: the growth and activity of “oldest old” citizens is changing our world. A longevity revolution! (Oldest Old Workshop – Paris 2017)

 

Demographic change will affect all generations; it has become urgent to tackle this issue by developing new strategies and interventions. (JPI 2018 Brussels Final Conference)

 

Demographic change is increasing inequality threatening the well‐being of individuals; it’s time to tackle this issue by developing new strategies and interventions. (JPI 2018 Brussels Final Conference)

 

There is a gap in life expectancy between low and high educated European people, with the largest gap in Eastern countries (Project FACTAGE – Barslund interview)

 

Volunteering, caring for grandchildren and paid wor are good for the health of the older people. study shows that actie ageing accounts for of health ineualities in oers. (Project CREW – Arpino interview)

 

From assistive and care robots to new technologies to aid older people to ‘navigate’ the world, work, stay healthy and prevent isolation (Third Call – Funded Projects)

 

Reorganize urban spaces and society to cope with the demographic change (Heidrun Mollenkopft – SOAB Chair – interview)

 

Cambiamenti demografici: una società più rispettosa. (Heidrun Mollenkopft – SOAB Chair – interview) Italian language

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