At a Glance Projects Publications Team


Health of Aging Adults

Conducted by Anna Oksuzyan; Maciej Danko, Jennifer Caputo; in Collaboration with Angela Carollo, Jutta Gampe (both: MPIDR), Johanna Hale Mhari (School of Geography , United Kingdom), Karen Andersen-Ranberg (University of Southern Denmark, Odense, Denmark), Karin Modig (Institute of Environmental Medicine, Karolinska Institute, Sweden), Jonas Wastesson (Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden)

This project described health transitions across home and care facilities and how these transitions differ across sociodemographic groups. It also contributed methodologically to research on specific health phenotypes among the oldest-old, which may not be accurately measured through surveys.  Detailed Description

Research Keywords:

Ageing, Mortality and Longevity, Data and Surveys, Health Care, Public Health, Medicine, and Epidemiology, Intergenerational Relationships

Region keywords:

Denmark, Sweden


Carollo, A.; Calduch Verdiell, N.; Hale, J. M.; Andersen-Ranberg, K.; Lindahl-Jacobsen, R.; Oksuzyan, A.:
Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 67:3, 471–476. (2019)    
Oksuzyan, A.; Sauer, T.; Gampe, J.; Höhn, A.; Wod, M.; Christensen, K.; Wastesson, J. W.:
Journals of Gerontology, Series A: Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences 74:5, 742–747. (2019)    
Wastesson, J. W.; Oksuzyan, A.; von Bornemann Hjelmborg, J.; Christensen, K.:
Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 65:1, 160–164. (2017)    
Wastesson, J. W.; Rasmussen, L.; Oksuzyan, A.; Hallas, J.; Christensen, K.; Pottegård, A.:
Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety 26:2, 152–161. (2017)    
Christensen, K.; Thinggaard, M.; Oksuzyan, A.; Steenstrup, T.; Andersen-Ranberg, K.; Jeune, B.; McGue, M.; Vaupel, J. W.:
Lancet 382:9903, 1507–1513. (2013)
Oksuzyan, A.; Jeune, B.; Juel, K.; Vaupel, J. W.; Christensen, K.:
Age and Ageing 42:4, 476–481. (2013)
Engberg, H.; Oksuzyan, A.; Jeune, B.; Vaupel, J. W.; Christensen, K.:
Aging Cell 8:3, 270–276. (2009)
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