1995 Chicago, Etats Unis

8ème réunion de REVES, Chicago (Etats Unis), 1995

Conférence organisée par S. Jay Olshansky, Université deChicago

REVES a travaillé sur la pertinance des espérances de santé comme indicateurs de santé publique et sur des nouvelles méthodes de calcul. Sept des 40 présentations à la conférence ont été publiées dans un n° spécial du journal Age and Aging:

J Aging Health 1998;10(2)

Olshansky SJ, Wilkins R. Introduction: p.123-135

Bone M, Bebbington AC, Nicolaas G. Policy applications of health expectancy: p.136-153.

Jagger C, Raymond N, Morgan K. Planning for the future: p. the effect of changing mortality, incidence, and recovery rates on life expectancy with visual disability: p.154-170.

Robine JM, Mormiche P, Sermet C. Examination of the causes and mechanisms of the increase in disability-free life expectancy: p.171-191.

Hayward MD, Crimmins EM, Saito Y. Cause of death and active life expectancy in the older population of the United States: p.192-213.

Laditka SB, Wolf DA. New methods for analyzing Active Life Expectancy: p.214-241.

Barendregt JJ, Bonneux L, van der Maas PJ. Health expectancy: p. from a population health indicator to a tool for policy making: p.242-258.

... autres présentations:

  • Berthelot JM, Roberge R, Wolfson MC, Tugwell P. Modeling the population health impact of osteo-arthritis.
  • Bonneux L, Barendregt JJ, van der Maas PJ. Exchanging cardiovascular disability for cardiac death: understanding the dynamics of change.
  • Briscoe N, Plant A, Smith L. An intrinsic life table based on Australian data.
  • Brody J. A new statistic.
  • Brouard N. Is a World-Wide Web server a good tool to share information and encourage harmonization of health expectancies?
  • Cambois E, Robine JM. The treatment of disablement in the health reports and the use of health expectancy indicators.
  • Carrière Y, Légaré J. The need for assistance in ADL and IADL: Redefining the concept of health for the elderly population.
  • Chen J, Wilkins R. Unmet needs for personal assistance in Canada.
  • Corder EH, Basun H, Corder L, Minblad B. Apolipoprotein E genotype influences survival in the oldest-old with intact cognition.
  • Deeg DJH, Smit JH, Boshuizen HC. How stable are survey measurements of ADL disability and functional limitations?
  • Ham-Chande R. Population and health policies related to aging in a developing society.
  • Lamb VL, Faust K. Patterns of health and disablement among the elderly in the United States: a correspondence analysis of the AHEAD data.
  • Liu X. Modeling transitions in health status and active life expectancy.
  • Mulhorn KA, Horm J, Hendershot GE. Disability-specific death rates: a new tool for estimating health expectancy.
  • Mutafova M, van de Water HPA, Maleshkov Ch, Boshuizen HC, Perenboom RJM. Policy implications of health expectancy calculations in Bulgaria.
  • Myers GC, Manton KG. Sources of bias in ALE estimates from survey data.
  • Nam CB, Rogers RG, Hummer RA. Impact of future cigarette smoking scenarios on mortality levels of adult population in the U.S. until the year 2050.
  • Nayar PKB. Healthy life expectancy among the inmates of old age homes in two indian cities: Madras and Trivandrum.
  • Ng E, Chen J. Estimating health expectancy by education for Canada in the late 1980s.
  • Nusselder WJ, Mackenbach JP. Rectangularization of the survival curve in the Netherlands in the 1980s: an analysis of underlying causes-of-death: preliminary results.
  • Olshansky SJ, Carnes BA. Living on manufactured time: health implications of exceeding the biological limit to life.
  • Panapasa SV, McNally JW. From cradle to grave: health expectancy and family support among the elderly in Fiji.
  • Perenboom RJM, van de Water HPA, Boshuizen HC. Dementia-free life expectancy in the Netherlands, 1993.
  • Petterson H. Trends in health expectancy for socio-economic groups in Sweden.
  • Phillips D. Longer life and poorer health in Trinidad and Tobago?
  • Riley JC, Alter G. How long does wellness or sickness predict future health?
  • Roberge R, Hood S, Berthelot JM, Nault F. Health-adjusted life expectancy in Canada.
  • Robine JM, Romieu I. Health expectancies.
  • Robine JM. Opening remarks.
  • Rudberg MA, Parzen M, Cassel C. Disability pathways and transitions: implication for health expectancy measures.
  • Saito Y, Crimmins EM, Hayward MD. Approaches to measuring active life expectancy: prevalence versus incidence, population versus status-based life tables.
  • Sihvonen AP, Kunst AE, Lahelma E, Mackenbach JP, Valkonen T. Health expectancy by education in Finland and Norway.
  • Tu E, Chen K. Recent changes in healthy life expectancy and their implications for medical costs in Taiwan.
  • Verbrugge L, Merrill SS, Liu X. Measuring disability with parsimony.
  • Wilkins R, Chen J. Measures of health expectancy based on physical independence handicap: demographic, regional and social dimensions for Canada in 1986 and 1991.
  • van de Water HP, Perenboom HC, Boshuizen HC. Policy relevance of the health expectancy indicator: an inventory of European countries.