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09 Feb 2024

How can we better understand preferences for ‘Ageing-In-Place’ (AIP) | GOLTC webinar recording

  Are you interested in connecting with others who are using quasi-experimental methods in long-term care research? On Wednesday 24th January 2024, the new Global Observatory of Long-Term Care (GOLTC) hosted a webinar which brought together researchers, policymakers, and practitioners to share and discuss quasi-experimental methods and what they have shown us about Ageing in […]

03 Nov 2023

How can we better understand preferences for ‘Ageing in Place’? 1st GOLTC Quasi-Experimental Methods Interest Group webinar, 24th January 2024

GOLTC Quasi-Experimental Methods Interest Group 1st webinar Date: 24 January 2024 Time: 13.00-14.00 GMT (you can check your local time here) Register to join us on Zoom What are innovative ways we can apply quasi-experimental methods to long-term care research? Connect with the Quasi-Experimental Methods Interest Group to find out! Many older people choose to […]

30 Oct 2023

Recommended reading: Effects of a financial incentive scheme for dementia care on medical and long-term care expenditures. A propensity score–matched analysis using data from Japan

  Javiera Cartagena-Farias Care Policy  and Evaluation Centre, London School of Economics and Political Science People with dementia admitted to hospital are more likely to experience negative outcomes compared to patients not living with this condition – further functional decline, longer lengths of stay (LoS), higher readmission rates, and higher mortality rates. Thus, in April […]

11 Oct 2023

Recommended reading: using Difference in Differences to evaluate vertical health and social care integration in Scotland

Javiera Cartagena-Farias Care Policy  and Evaluation Centre, London School of Economics and Political Science The integration between health and social care services is at the core of current policies in many developed countries. It is believed that closer integration of the services provided by healthcare and social care organisations is vital for improving system efficiency […]