2002 Hammamet, Tunisie

14ème réunion de REVES, Hammamet (Tunisie), 2002

14ème réunion de REVES, Hammamet (Tunisie), 2002

Ageing in emerging countries - From DFLE calculations to the implementation of public health actions.

La 14ème conférence de REVES s’est tenue à Hammamet, en Tunisie. Elle était organisée par Said Hajem, Institut National de Santé Publique. La conférence s’est particulièrement intéressée au vieillissement dans les pays émergents, particulièrement en Amérique Latine, Asie; Afrique et Moyen Orient.

Liste des présentations à la conférence d’Hammamet. Les ppt sont disponibles sur demande.

  • Al Mamun A, Peeters A, Barendregt JJ, Willekens F, Bonneux L. Does smoking increase or decrease cardiovascular morbidity? A life course analysis of the Framingham Heart Study.
  • Andrews G. Globally how can the evidence drive decisions, policy and implementation.
  • Barberger-Gateau P, Peres K, Verret C, Alioum A. Factors associated with progression and regression through hierarchically related states of disability in elderly people.
  • Barendregt JJ. Confidence intervals for health expectancy.
  • Belanger A, Martel L, Berthelot J-M, Wilkins R. Gender differences in disability-free life expectancy for selected risk factors and chronic conditions in Canada.
  • Cambois E. Functional limitation and activity restriction: an overview of the disablement process in the French population using the 1999 household disability survey.
  • Deeg D, Portrait F, Beekman A. Does depression increase in older age? Data from the Netherlands in the 1990s.
  • Ebrahim SH. Emerging Diseases and its Impact on Life Expectancy.
  • Gutierrez-Robledo LM, Ostrisky-Solis F, Sandra J, Sanchez L, Antonio V. Prevalence of dementia and mild cognitive impairment in subjects 65 years and older in Mexico city. An epidemiological survey.
  • Ham-Chande R, Palloni A. Life and health expectancies in urban Latin America.
  • Harzallah F, Hajem S, Yahyaoui H, Robine JM, Gueddana N, Achour N. Trends in disability-free life expectancy in Tunisia, 1995-2000.
  • Herrmann FR. Particularities of geronto and geriatric epidemiological studies.
  • Hoeymans N. Comorbidity of mental disorders and burden of disease calculations.
  • Hoogenveen R, Hoeymans N, Bemelmans W, Poos R, Jansen J. Disability-adjusted life-years lost attributable to specific risk factors.
  • Jagger C, Cambois E, Barberger-Gateau P, Molla M, Herrmann F. The Disability Process - how and why.
  • Jagger C, Saito Y, Lievre A. Multi-state life tables: new software
  • Janssen F, Nusselder WJ, Looman Cwn, Kunst AE. Recent stagnation in the mortality decline among the elderly in the Netherlands: The contribution of smoking.
  • Kruijshaar ME, Barendreg JJ and the European Disability Weights Group. The burden of breast cancer in six European countries:sensitivity to sources of variation.
  • Labbene R. Prevalence Of Dementia In Tunisia.
  • Labbene R, Hajem S, Moatamri M, Yahyiaoui H, Zoueri B, Gueddana N, Achour N. La Sante Mentale Du Sujet Age En Tunisie.
  • Lamloun. La Transition Demographique.
  • Lievre A. Deny of former health statuses during a new interview: the case of the French cross-longitudinal survey on disability among institutionalized people in 1998 and 2000.
  • Manuel D, Schultz S. Health-adjusted Life Expectancy of People with Diabetes in Ontario: Calculated Using Population Health Survey Linked to a Population-based Disease Registry.
  • Meng-Fan L, Chang J. Active life expectancy in Taiwan: 1989-1999.
  • Miller L. The MRC cognitive function and aging study. A regional analysis of healthy active life expectancy in England and Wales.
  • Mrabet A, Hajem S, Frej M, Mrabet D, Ayari H, Gueddana N, Achour N. Epidemiology of dementia in Tunisia.
  • Mulder YM, Perenboom RJM. Health expectancy in 46 regions in the Netherlands.
  • Mutafova,M. Disability-free life expectancy in Bulgaria.
  • Nusselder W, Peeters A. Successful ageing: is there true success?
  • Ofstedal MB, Zimmer Z. Comparative study of perceived health in 4 Asian countries.
  • Peeters A, Barendregt J, Willekens F, Mackenbach J, Mamun AA, Bonneux L. Obesity in adulthood and reduced life expectancy.
  • Portrait F, Alessie R. Does physical disability of older individuals improve in the nineties?
  • Pérès K, Barberger-Gateau P. Ten-year change in disability and in associated factors in two generations of elderly subjects.
  • Reyes-Frausto S, Jagger C, Barranco G, Garcia C, Cordova A, Alvarado L. Estimation of active life expectancy among the Mexican older population. .
  • Robine JM, Romieu I, Michel JP. Some questions on disability trends among the elderly.
  • Saito Y. Training on active life expectancy in Asian country.
  • Tu EJC, Cheung SLK. Trends in healthy life expectancy in the elderly population of Hong-Kong between 1981 and 2001.
  • Van Herten L M, Oudshoorn K. Health expectancy according to socio-economic status in the Netherlands.
  • Van Oyen H. Differences in health expectancy indicators in Belgium by region.
  • Verbrugge LM, Chan A. Receiving and giving help: Social exchange in Singapore.
  • Waaler HT, Grøtvedt L, Hofoss D. The increase in life expectancy in Norway 1985-1998: Good years or bad?
  • Wilkins R, Ng E, Berthelot JM, Mayer F. Regional differences in health expectancy by neighbourhood income and education in Canada.