2005 Pékin, Chine

17ème réunion de REVES, Pékin (Chine), 2005

17ème réunion de REVES, Pékin (Chine), 2005

"Population Health and Health Expectancy - Policy Implications."

Organisée by le Professeur Xiaochun Qiao, Center of Population and Development Studies, Renmin University of China.

La conférence avait pour thème l’application des espérances de santé aux politiques de santé. Les sessions ont été consacrées :

  • à l’étude des concepts de santé
  • aux développements méthodologiques pour l’évaluation de la santé des populations
  • aux relations entre morbidité et mortalité
  • aux déterminants et conséquences des problèmes de santé
  • aux comparaisons de santé entre différentes régions
  • aux comparaisons entre groupes sociaux.

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Session 1: Opening and International Comparison

  • Minicuci N, Noale M, Bélanger A, Leon EM, Leon MG, Mutafova M, Maleskov C. Disability and cognitive impairment free life expectancies: results from epidemiological surveys in Bulgaria, Canada, Italy and Latin America.
  • Verbrugge LM. Disability Views: Contrasting Singapore with the U.S.

Session 2: Global Health 1

  • Clavel A. Disability free life expectancy (DFLE) in the European Union from 1995 to 2002.
  • Lièvre A, Saito Y. Population Projection for the Elderly Japanese by Health Status.
  • Qiao X. Changes and Explanations of Perceived Health Expectancies of Chinese Elderly.
  • Zimmer Z. Activities of Daily Living and Active Life Expectancy among Older Cambodians: Preliminary Findings from the 2004 Survey of the Elderly in Cambodia.

Session 3: Disease and Disorder

  • Reynolds S. Underweight and Obesity and Active Life Expectancy.
  • Laditka JN, Laditka SB. Life Expectancy for Individuals with Alzheimer’s disease or Related Disorders: Evidence of a Black/White Mortality Crossover.

Session 4: 5th George Myers Memorial Lecture

  • Ogawa N. Health and its impact on work and dependency among the elderly in Japan.

Session 5: Concept and Measurement Issues in Health

  • Van Oyen H, Demarest S, Miersman PJ, Deboosere P, Lorant V. Health expectancies in Belgium: results from the 2001 census.
  • Hjalsted B. Health terminology - an ontological representation of health concepts from the sub domains of preventive medicine, health promotion and public health in Denmark.
  • Ham-Chande R, González CA. A multidimensional approach to disease and functionality to estimate HLE.
  • Deeg D, Puts MTE. Frailty free life expectancy in the older population: the Netherlands.

Session 6: Gender Issues in Health

  • Li MF, Saito Y, Chuang Y. Educational Differences in Active Life Expectancy for the Elderly in Taiwan, 1989-1999.
  • Zhang W. The gender differences in personal care for older people in China.

Session 7: Inequality in Health

  • Bajekal M. Inequalities in health expectancies by area characteristics in England and Wales, using Census 2001 data.
  • Kaneda T, Zimmer Z, Tang Z, Fang X. Exploring the Urban/Rural Differences in Functional Health and Mortality among Older Adults in Beijing.
  • Bronnum-Hansen H. Social differences in the burden of long-standing illness in Denmark.
  • Laditka SB, Laditka JN, Elder K, Olatosi B. Healthy Life Expectancy among Older Americans in Rural and Urban Areas.

Session 8: Asian Issues

  • Chan A. Transitions in functional disability among Older Singaporeans: 1995 - 1999.
  • Fang X, Kaneda T, Zimmer Z, Tang Z. Stroke and active life expectancy in Beijing: effects and trend.
  • Cheung SLK, Robine J-M. Change in three dimensions of the survival curve in Japan.
  • Tang Z, Xiang M, Zimmer Z, Kaneda T, Fang X. Comparing the Active Life Expectancy of Beijing Elderly During Two Periods: 1992 to 1997 and 1997 to 2004
  • Gu L. Gender Comparison of Disease-free and Self-rated Health expectancies of Elderly in China.

Session 9: Method Issues

  • Brouard N. Interpolated Markov Chain Model to estimate Health Expectancies from Cross-Longitudinal surveys.
  • Lynch SM, Brown JS. Black-White Differences in Active Life Expectancy in the United States and the Explanatory Role of Socioeconomic Status: Illustration of a Bayesian Approach to Assessing the Importance of Intervening Variables in Multistate Life Tables.
  • Molla M. The effect Inter-wave interval lengths on healthy life expectancy estimates.
  • Cambois E. Disability-free life expectancy in France in 2002: new results and methodological aspects.

Session 10: Determinants of Health

  • Hayward MD, Best LA, Hidajat MM. Early Life Influences on Diabetes among Older Americans.
  • Herrmann F, Frangos-Lordos E, Grandjean R, Robine JM, Michel JP.Long term survival of 3 cohorts (1976,1986,1996) after hospitalization to a geriatric hospital.
  • Jintian Y, Zhang Wei1 Z, Yintian Y. A Study of Teachers’ Healthy Condition in China.

Session 11: Health of Chinese Elderly

  • Zhou Y, Zheng Z.Health Status of Teeth among the Oldest-old Chinese.
  • Cheng J. Economic Effects on the Onset of ADL Disability among Chinese Oldest-old.
  • Wu L. Active Life Expectancy of Chinese Elderly.

Session 12: Global Issue 2

  • Wilkins R, Finès P. Health expectancy of the Inuit-inhabited areas in Canada.
  • Jin C. Matching state’s role to its capacity: Need for methodology for resource allocation.
  • Robine JM, Jagger C, Romieu I. Overview on REVES.