Home > LSE Health and Social Care > Events > Past events > 2011 > Experts’ Seminar on Ageing and Long-Term Care Needs

 

Experts' Seminar on Ageing and Long-Term Care Needs

Hosted by: European Commission DG Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion, in collaboration with the International Long-Term Care Policy Network

Date: Friday 20th May 2011

Venue: London School of Economics and Political Science

Objectives: To explore the demographic and epidemiological drivers behind the growing demand for LTC, and to review approaches to managing and reducing the scale of this demand.


Session 1

Session Chair: Tiziana Leone, LSE Health

Introduction
Tiziana Leone, LSE Health

The longevity revolution
|
Jean-Marie Robine, Institute Nationale de la Santé et de la Recherche Médicale

Chronic disease and its impact on disability and the need for LTC
|
Carol Jagger, Institute for Ageing and Health, Newcastle University

Vodcast: Click here to listen and watch the slides for session 1| 


Session 2

Session Chair: David McDaid, LSE Health & Personal Social Services Research Unit (PSSRU), LSE

Disability, Dementia and the Future Costs of Long-Term Care
|
Adelina Comas-Herrera, PSSRU, LSE

Demand for Use of Hospital and Long-term Residential Care Services in Relation to Proximity to Death among Older People in Finland
|
Mike Murphy, LSE (Co-author: Pekka Martikainen, University of Helsinki)

Vodcast: Click here to listen and watch the slides for session 2|


Session 3

Session Chair: Arnaud Senn, DG Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion, EU

Help! Finding the Right Balance for Long-Term Care – Fair Protection versus Financial Sustainability
|
Jérôme Mercier, Directorate for Employment, Labour and Social Affairs OECD

The role of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) support services to promote ageing in place - the ACTION service
|
Elizabeth Hanson, Swedish National Family Care Competence Centre/Linnaeus University, Kalmar
Lennart Magnusson, Swedish National Family Care Competence Centre/University of Borås/Linnaeus University, Kalmar

Prevention or Diversion? Achieving change in older people's service use
|
Karen Windle, PSSRU, University of Kent

Implementing remote care in the UK
|
Jane Hendy, Healthcare Management Group, Imperial College Business School 

Panel Discussion: What next in LTC? Meeting increasing demand in a time of fiscal constraints

Chair: Raphael Wittenberg, PSSRU, LSE

Panellists:
José-Luis Fernández, PSSRU, LSE 
Sven Matzke, DG Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion, EU
Elizabeth Hanson, Swedish National Family Care Competence Centre/Linnaeus University, Kalmar   
Ricardo Rodrigues, European Centre for Social Welfare Policy and Research

Concluding Remarks: José-Luis Fernández, PSSRU, LSE

Vodcast: Click here to listen and watch the slides for session 3 and the Panel Discussion|


Share:Facebook|Twitter|LinkedIn|