PUBLICATIONS

PUBLICATIONS |

30 Nov 2023

Journal article

England (UK)

English

Enabling health and maintaining independence for older people at home (HomeHealth trial): a multicentre randomised controlled trial

Enabling health and maintaining independence for older people at home (HomeHealth trial). HomeHealth is a new home-based, manualised voluntary sector service supporting older people with mild frailty to maintain their independence through behaviour change.

 

Frost, R., Avgerinou, C., Kalwarowsky, S., Mahmood, F., Goodman, C., Clegg, A., Hopkins, J., Gould, R., Gardner, B., Marston, L., Hunter, R., Kharicha, K., Cooper, C., Skelton, D. A., Drennan, V., Logan, P., & Walters, K. (2023). Enabling health and maintaining independence for older people at home (HomeHealth trial): a multicentre randomised controlled trial. Lancet (London, England)402 Suppl 1, S42. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0140-6736(23)02071-8

 

Journal article

29 Nov 2023

Report

Canada

English

Canada’s Care Economy: A Conceptual Framework

Wray, D., Badets, J., Keating, N. and Fast, J. (2023) Canada’s Care Economy: a Conceptual Framework. Statistics Canada. https://www150.statcan.gc.ca/n1/pub/89-652-x/89-652-x2023002-eng.htm

Report

28 Nov 2023

Report

United States

English

Housing America’s Older Adults

Housing America’s Older Adults: Increased government support in the form of additional assistance for rent, accessibility modifications, and services and supports for older households with lower incomes could help alleviate the dual burden of housing and care costs. Better coordination of health and housing programs could help increase the efficiency of both.

 

Housing America’s Older Adults (2023) Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University Harvard Graduate School of Design | Harvard Kennedy School.

Report

27 Nov 2023

Journal article

Europe

English

Country Differences in Long-Term Care Institutions: Towards a Care Regime Typology

Using Latent Profile Analyses to identify different typologies of care regimes.

van Damme, Maike & Spijker, Jeroen, 2023. “Country Differences in Long-Term Care Institutions: Towards a Care Regime Typology,” OSF Preprints xcjaq, Center for Open Science. https://doi.org/10.31219/osf.io/xcjaq

Journal article

17 Nov 2023

Journal article

Scotland (UK)

English

Caring For Carers?

Caring For Carers? The Effect of Public Subsidies on the Well-Being. Evaluating a Scottish reform using a differences-in-differences (DiD) approach.

Joan Costa-Font, Francesco D’Amico and Cristina Vilaplana-Prieto, 2023. “Caring For Carers?,” American Journal of Health Economics, University of Chicago Press, vol. 9(4), pages 487-522. https://www.journals.uchicago.edu/doi/abs/10.1086/723539 

Journal article

14 Nov 2023

Journal article

UK

English

Mental and physical health changes around transitions into unpaid caregiving in the UK

Mental and physical health changes around transitions into unpaid caregiving in the UK: a longitudinal, propensity score analysis.

Lacey, R., Xue, B., Di Gessa, G., Lu, W., McMunn, A. (2023) Mental and physical health changes around transitions into
unpaid caregiving in the UK: a longitudinal, propensity score analysis. The Lancet Public Health. November https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lanpub/article/PIIS2468-2667(23)00206-2/fulltext

Journal article

02 Nov 2023

Guidance and Resources

UK

English

Research in Dementia Map (RESIDE)

Research in dementia mapping (2023) RESIDE. Available at: https://dementiamap.uk/

Guidance and Resources

31 Oct 2023

Journal article

England (UK)

English

The Long-Term Impacts of an Integrated Care Programme on Hospital Utilisation among Older Adults in the South of England: A Synthetic Control Study

The Long-Term Impacts of an Integrated Care Programme on Hospital Utilisation among Older Adults in the South of England: A Synthetic Control Study.

Seamer, P., Lloyd, T., Conti, S., & O’Neill, S. (2023). The Long-Term Impacts of an Integrated Care Programme on Hospital Utilisation among Older Adults in the South of England: A Synthetic Control Study. International journal of integrated care23(3), 10. https://doi.org/10.5334/ijic.6475

Journal article

30 Oct 2023

Report

Albania
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Kosovo
Montenegro
Northern Macedonia
Serbia

English

Long-Term Care of older persons and persons with disabilities in the Western Balkans

This report provides a comparative overview of the condition of long-term care systems in the Western Balkans and provides insights to develop recommendations to strengthen Long-Term Care in the Western Balkans. It was developed as part of a three-year programme in the Western Balkans region entitled “Strengthening the resilience of older people and people with disabilities during COVID-19 and future disasters” coordinated by the Serbian Red Cross and covering Serbia, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Northern Macedonia and Kosovo and was funded by the European Union, the Austrian Development Agency and the Austrian Red Cross.

A summary of this report is also available here and as a video: Pristup uslugama dugotrajne nege u Srbiji – YouTube

Božidar Dakić, Tijana Veljković, Olivera Vuković, Nataša Todorović and Milutin Vračević (2023) Long-Term Care of older persons and persons with disabilities in the Western Balkans. Red Cross of Serbia. long-term-care-of-older-persons-and-persons-with-disabilities-in-the-western-balkans.pdf (redcross.org.rs)

Report

24 Oct 2023

Journal article

Europe

English

The role of primary health care in long-term care facilities during the COVID-19 pandemic in 30 European countries: a retrospective descriptive study (Eurodata study)

Guisado-Clavero, M., Ares-Blanco, S., Serafini, A., Del Rio, L., Larrondo, I., Fitzgerald, L., . . . Gómez Bravo, R. (2023). The role of primary health care in long-term care facilities during the COVID-19 pandemic in 30 European countries: A retrospective descriptive study (Eurodata study). Primary Health Care Research & Development, 24, E60. doi:10.1017/S1463423623000312

Journal article

20 Oct 2023

Journal article

Netherlands

English

Does informal care delay nursing home entry? Evidence from Dutch linked survey and administrative data

Does informal care delay nursing home entry? Evidence from the Netherlands using Propensity Score Matching.

 

Bergeot, J. & Tenand, M. (2023) Does informal care delay nursing home entry? Evidence from Dutch linked survey and administrative data, Journal of Health Economics, Volume 92, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhealeco.2023.102831.

Journal article

13 Oct 2023

Guidance and Resources

English

Communicating the findings of long-term care research using interactive maps

Interactive maps can be a compelling and intuitive way to display geographic variation in your data. But presenting data visually means making choices.

In long-term care, spending or demographic information is often reported at the administrative level. In this blog post Sam Rickman (Care Policy and Evaluation Centre, LSE) sets out practical ways to make maps and cartograms using R and JavaScript, highlighting benefits and drawbacks of competing approaches.

Interactive maps and cartograms with R and Javascript, by Sam Rickman

Guidance and Resources

26 Sep 2023

Report

South Africa

English

Older Persons and Community Care in South Africa Report

This report provides evidence on how families interact with services, policies, and infrastructures of care at the community level. It presents four key areas of discussion which focussed on 1) experiences of family care, 2) challenges of family care, 3) support services available and 4)support services needed. The authors provide recommendations regarding adjustments to policies and services that can better support family caregiving.

Moore, Elena; Kelly, Gabrielle (2023). Older Persons and Community Care in South Africa Report. University of Cape Town. Report. https://doi.org/10.25375/uct.24146409.v4

Report

21 Sep 2023

Report

South Africa

English

Funding Elder Care in South Africa Report

Report examining funding for care for older people in South Africa

Moore, Elena; Kelly, Gabrielle (2023). Funding Elder Care in South Africa Report. University of Cape Town. Report. https://doi.org/10.25375/uct.24146772.v3

 

Report

08 Sep 2023

Journal article

England (UK)
UK

English

Priorities for day centre support and research, and the importance of centralised supportive information for day centres and their stakeholders

Orellana, K., Samsi, K., Manthorpe, J., & Emmer De Albuquerque Green, C. (2023). Priorities for day centre support and research, and the importance of centralised supportive information for day centres and their stakeholders. International Journal of Care and Caringhttps://doi.org/https://bristoluniversitypressdigital.com/view/journals/ijcc/aop/article-10.1332-239788221X16917415568825/article-10.1332-239788221X16917415568825.xml

Journal article

07 Sep 2023

Journal article

Scotland (UK)

Listening and learning: a qualitative study of Scottish care home staff experiences of managing COVID-19 between March 2020-August 2022

Burton, J.K., Drummond, M., Gallacher, K.I. et al. Listening and learning: a qualitative study of Scottish care home staff experiences of managing COVID-19 between March 2020-August 2022. BMC Geriatr 23, 544 (2023). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12877-023-04251-z 

Journal article

31 Aug 2023

Journal article

International

The development and validation of the Discrimination and Stigma Scale Ultra Short for People Living with Dementia (DISCUS-Dementia)

Bhatt, J., Brohan, E., Blasco, D., Oliveira, D., Bakolis, I., Comas-Herrera, A., D’Amico, F., Farina N., Knapp M., Stevens M., Thornicroft G., Wilson E., Salcher-Konrad M., Yang L.H and Evans-Lacko, S. (2023). The development and validation of the Discrimination and Stigma Scale Ultra Short for People Living with Dementia (DISCUS-Dementia). BJPsych Open, 9(5), E164. doi:10.1192/bjo.2023.551

Journal article

18 Jul 2023

Book

Canada
Germany
Norway
Sweden
UK
United States

English

Unpaid Work In Nursing Homes: Flexible Boundaries (open access book)

Armstrong, P. (editor) (2023) Unpaid work in nursing homes: Flexible boundaries. S.l.: POLICY PRESS. https://policy.bristoluniversitypress.co.uk/unpaid-work-in-nursing-homes

Book

06 Jul 2023

Journal article

United States

English

Family spillovers and long-term care insurance

N.B. Coe, G. Goda, C.H. Van Houtven, Family spillovers and long-term care insurance, Journal of Health Economics, Volume 90, 2023, 102781, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhealeco.2023.102781.

Journal article

01 Jun 2023

Journal article

Spain

Spanish

Hacia la personalización de los cuidados y los apoyos en el marco del sistema de atención a la dependencia

Comas, D, Sancho,M et al ( 2023). Hacia la personalización de los cuidados y los apoyos en el marco del sistema de atención a la dependencia. Zerbitzuan. nº 79.  https://www.zerbitzuan.net/documentos/zerbitzuan/Hacia_la_personalizacion_de_los_cuidados_apoyos_dependencia.pdf

Journal article

01 Jun 2023

Journal article

Netherlands

English

Journal article

16 May 2023

Journal article

International

English

Outcome measures from international older adult care home intervention research: a scoping review

Sarah Kelly, Andy Cowan, Gizdem Akdur, Lisa Irvine, Guy Peryer, Silje Welsh, Stacey Rand, Iain A Lang, Ann-Marie Towers, Karen Spilsbury, Anne Killett, Adam Lee Gordon, Barbara Hanratty, Liz Jones, Julienne Meyer, Claire Goodman, Jennifer Kirsty Burton, Outcome measures from international older adult care home intervention research: a scoping review, Age and Ageing, Volume 52, Issue 5, May 2023, afad069, https://doi.org/10.1093/ageing/afad069

Journal article

01 May 2023

Journal article

England (UK)
UK

English

Early onset of care needs in the older population: The protective role of housing conditions

Cartagena-Farias J., Brimblecombe N., Hu B. (2023) Early onset of care needs in the older population: the protective role of housing conditions. Health & Place. Vol 81, May 2023, 103007. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.healthplace.2023.103007

Journal article

27 Apr 2023

Journal article

Netherlands

English

Regional network-building for complexity: A region-oriented policy response to increasing and varied demands for older person care in the Netherlands

van der Woerd, O.Wallenburg, I.van der Scheer, W., & Bal, R. (2023). Regional network-building for complexity: A region-oriented policy response to increasing and varied demands for older person care in the NetherlandsPublic Administration118https://doi.org/10.1111/padm.12931

Journal article

19 Apr 2023

Journal article

England (UK)
UK

English

Registered care home managers’ experiences of responding to the national care home visiting guidance in England during the Covid-19 pandemic; a multi-method qualitative study

Dixon, J., Lorenz-Dant, K., Stubbs, E. et al. Registered care home managers’ experiences of responding to the national care home visiting guidance in England during the Covid-19 pandemic; a multi-method qualitative study. BMC Geriatr 23, 236 (2023). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12877-023-03935-w

Journal article

13 Apr 2023

Journal article

UK

English

Technology and homecare in the UK: Policy, storylines and practice

Hamblin, K., Burns, D., & Goodlad, C. (2023). Technology and homecare in the UK: Policy, storylines and practice. Journal of Social Policy, 1-17. doi:10.1017/S0047279423000156

Journal article

03 Apr 2023

Journal article

UK

English

Understanding factors influencing residential respite service use by carers of people living with dementia using Andersen’s behavioural model of health services use: A qualitative study

Kritika SamsiKatharine OrellanaLaura Cole & Jill Manthorpe (2023) Understanding factors influencing residential respite service use by carers of people living with dementia using Andersen’s behavioural model of health services use: A qualitative study, Aging & Mental Health, 27:10, 1946-1955, DOI: 10.1080/13607863.2023.2196254

Journal article

25 Mar 2023

Journal article

England (UK)

English

The Impact of Wages on Care Home Quality in England

Allan, S., & Vadean, F. (2023). The Impact of Wages on Care Home Quality in England. The Gerontologist, 63(9), 1428–1436. https://doi.org/10.1093/geront/gnad032

Journal article

23 Mar 2023

Journal article

Zambia

English

Perceptions of community leaders about normative understandings of good family care of older people in rural and urban Zambia

Kabelenga, I. (2023). Perceptions of community leaders about normative understandings of good family care of older people in rural and urban Zambia. International Journal of Care and Caring7(2), 326-342. Retrieved Nov 15, 2023, from https://doi.org/10.1332/239788221X16770625208518

Journal article

10 Mar 2023

Journal article

Japan

Effects of a financial incentive scheme for dementia care on medical and long-term care expenditures: A propensity score–matched analysis using LIFE study data

Kawabata J, Fukuda H (2023) Effects of a financial incentive scheme for dementia care on medical and long-term care expenditures: A propensity score–matched analysis using LIFE study data. PLoS ONE 18(3): e0282965. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0282965

Journal article

08 Mar 2023

Journal article

South Africa

English

Situating masculinity, labour migration and care over the life course in Lesotho: foregrounding survivor bias in researching care

Vera-Sanso, P., & Hlabana, T. (2023). Situating masculinity, labour migration and care over the life course in Lesotho: foregrounding survivor bias in researching care. International Journal of Care and Caring7(2), 248-264. Retrieved Nov 15, 2023, from https://doi.org/10.1332/239788221X16758785615441

Journal article

03 Mar 2023

Journal article

South Africa

English

Development of a long-term care economy in Gauteng, South Africa: towards decent work

Gie, L., & Hoffman, J. (2023). Development of a long-term care economy in Gauteng, South Africa: towards decent work. International Journal of Care and Caring7(2), 373-378. Retrieved Nov 15, 2023, from https://doi.org/10.1332/239788221X16752685979364

Journal article

02 Mar 2023

Journal article

Malawi

English

Equitable, sustainable and acceptable long-term care in Malawi? Unpacking the implied universalism of key terms in international ageing policy discourse

Freeman, E. (2023). Equitable, sustainable and acceptable long-term care in Malawi? Unpacking the implied universalism of key terms in international ageing policy discourse. International Journal of Care and Caring7(2), 287-306. Retrieved Nov 15, 2023, from https://doi.org/10.1332/239788223X16742266590738

Journal article

01 Mar 2023

Journal article

South Africa

English

Production of research in Southern Africa from a political ethics of care perspective: a scoping review and reflection

Kelly, G., & Sebego, M. (2023). Production of research in Southern Africa from a political ethics of care perspective: a scoping review and reflection. International Journal of Care and Caring7(2), 212-230. Retrieved Nov 15, 2023, from https://doi.org/10.1332/239788221X16740581601153

Journal article

13 Feb 2023

Journal article

South Africa

English

Family care for older persons in South Africa: heterogeneity of the carer’s experience

Moore, E. (2023). Family care for older persons in South Africa: heterogeneity of the carer’s experience. International Journal of Care and Caring7(2), 265-286. Retrieved Nov 15, 2023, from https://doi.org/10.1332/239788221X16740630896657

Journal article

01 Feb 2023

Evidence summary

English

Evidence summary: Human factors associated with technology use in Aged Care

ARIIA Knowledge & Implementation Hub. A review summary: Human Factors: Technology in Aged Care. Adelaide, SA: ARIIA; 2023.

Evidence summary

23 Jan 2023

Journal article

Europe

Cohort Trajectories by Age and Gender for Informal Caregiving in Europe Adjusted for Sociodemographic Changes, 2004 and 2015

Ricardo Rodrigues, Johan Rehnberg, Cassandra Simmons, Stefania Ilinca, Eszter Zólyomi, Afshin Vafaei, Selma Kadi, Janet Jull, Susan P Phillips, Stefan Fors, Cohort Trajectories by Age and Gender for Informal Caregiving in Europe Adjusted for Sociodemographic Changes, 2004 and 2015, The Journals of Gerontology: Series B, Volume 78, Issue 8, August 2023, Pages 1412–1422, https://doi.org/10.1093/geronb/gbad011

Journal article

12 Nov 2022

Journal article

UK

English

Inequalities in unpaid carer’s health, employment status and social isolation

Brimblecombe, N., & Cartagena Farias, J. (2022). Inequalities in unpaid carer’s health, employment status and social isolationHealth & Social Care in the Community30e6564e6576https://doi.org/10.1111/hsc.14104

Journal article

10 Nov 2022

Journal article

South Africa

English

The potential value of a geographic information system for public service planning for older people in the African region

Kelly, G., & Black, R. (2023). The potential value of a geographic information system for public service planning for older people in the African region. International Journal of Care and Caring7(2), 364-372. Retrieved Nov 15, 2023, from https://doi.org/10.1332/239788221X16655372907511

Journal article

01 Nov 2022

Report

Japan

English

COVID-19 and the Long-Term Care system in Japan

Estevez-Abe M., Ide H., Curry N., Hemmings N. and Comas-Herrera A. (2021). COVID-19 and the Long-Term Care system in Japan. In: Comas-Herrera A., Marczak J., Byrd W., Lorenz-Dant K., Pharoah D. (editors) LTCcovid International Living report on COVID-19 and Long-Term Care. LTCcovid, Care Policy and Evaluation Centre, London School of Economics and Political Science. https://ltccovid.org/covid-19-and-the-long-term-care-system-in-japan/

Report

01 Oct 2022

Report

International

English

Global Report on Long-Term Care Financing

Costa-Font, J., & Raut, N. (2022). Global Report on Long-Term Care Financing. https://extranet.who.int/kobe_centre/sites/default/files/WHO_Report_Draft_Juen2022_r.pdf

Report

22 Sep 2022

Journal article

France

English

Do mobile hospital teams in residential aged care facilities increase health care efficiency: an evaluation of French residential care policy

Penneau, A. Do mobile hospital teams in residential aged care facilities increase health care efficiency: an evaluation of French residential care policy. Eur J Health Econ 24, 923–937 (2023). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10198-022-01522-1

Journal article

25 Aug 2022

Journal article

International
UK

English

The Global Demand for Migrant Care Workers: Drivers and Implications on Migrants’ Wellbeing

Hussein S. The Global Demand for Migrant Care Workers: Drivers and Implications on Migrants’ Wellbeing. Sustainability. 2022; 14(17):10612. https://doi.org/10.3390/su141710612

Journal article

01 Aug 2022

Journal article

Scotland (UK)
UK

Using Difference in Differences to evaluate vertical health and social care integration in Scotland

Alonso, J.M. and Andrews R. (2022) Does vertical integration of health and social care organizations work? Evidence from Scotland. Social Science & Medicine, 307 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.socscimed.2022.115188

Journal article

27 Jul 2022

Journal article

Europe

English

Gender differences in access to community-based care: a longitudinal analysis of widowhood and living arrangements

Ilinca, S., Rodrigues, R., Fors, S. et al. Gender differences in access to community-based care: a longitudinal analysis of widowhood and living arrangements. Eur J Ageing 19, 1339–1350 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10433-022-00717-y

Journal article

25 Jul 2022

Journal article

Austria
Italy
Spain

English

Making the Invisible Visible: The Pandemic and Migrant Care Work in Long-Term Care

Leichsenring, K.; Kadi, S.; Simmons, C. Making the Invisible Visible: The Pandemic and Migrant Care Work in Long-Term Care. Soc. Sci. 202211, 326. https://doi.org/10.3390/socsci11080326

Journal article

01 Jul 2022

Policy Brief

Europe

English

Co-developing and contextualising long-term care innovations in Europe using Theory of Change: lessons from InCARE

Breuer, E., S. Kadi, C. Champeix, A. Garcia, T. Grbevska, A. Comas-Herrera, R. Kahlert, S. Oliva, K. Ondas, A. Slavkoska, L. Stouthard and S. Ilinca (2022). Co-developing and contextualising long-term care innovations in Europe using Theory of Change: lessons from InCARE. InCARE Policy Brief No.3. https://incare.euro.centre.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/10/InCARE-Policy-Brief_3_TOC_final_261023-WP1.pdf

Policy Brief

28 Jun 2022

Posters

Caregiving impacts on unpaid informal carers’ health and well-being – a gender perspective: factsheet by WHO Europe

caregiving-impacts-on-unpaid-informal-carers--health-and-well-being---a-gender-perspective

Posters

31 May 2022

Journal article

England (UK)
UK

Factors associated with change over time in quality of life of people with dementia: longitudinal analyses from the MODEM cohort study

King, D., Farina, N., Burgon, C. et al. Factors associated with change over time in quality of life of people with dementia: longitudinal analyses from the MODEM cohort study. BMC Geriatr 22, 469 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12877-022-03142-z

Journal article

23 May 2022

Journal article

UK

English

Understanding health trajectories among unpaid carers in the United Kingdom

Understanding health trajectories among unpaid carers in the United Kingdom: Propensity Score Matching to compare health outcomes of carers against non-carers and Latent Class Analysis to identify different typologies of unpaid carers.

Cartagena Farias, Javiera and Brimblecombe, Nicola (2022) Understanding health trajectories among unpaid carers in the United Kingdom. Journal of Long-Term Care, 2022. 102 – 113. ISSN 2516-9122. https://journal.ilpnetwork.org/articles/10.31389/jltc.124

Journal article

01 Mar 2022

Evidence summary

Austria

German

Erfahrungen, Einstellungen und Erwartungen zur Langzeitpflege in Österreich

Evidence summary

28 Feb 2022

Book chapter

Germany
Japan
Republic of Korea

English

Social Long-Term Care Insurance: An Idea Travelling Between Countries?

Fischer, J., Kim, H., Frisina Doetter, L., Rothgang, H. (2022). Social Long-Term Care Insurance: An Idea Travelling Between Countries?. In: Nullmeier, F., González de Reufels, D., Obinger, H. (eds) International Impacts on Social Policy. Global Dynamics of Social Policy. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-86645-7_34

Book chapter

02 Feb 2022

Journal article

Australia
Scotland (UK)
United States
Wales (UK)

English

Risk Recognition Policies for the Long-Term Care Workforce during the First Year of the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Multi-Country Study

Reed, A.C., Murmann, M., Hsu, A., Turnpenny, A., Van Houtven, C., Laberge, M., Low, L.-F., Hussein, S. and Allin, S., 2022. Risk Recognition Policies for the Long-Term Care Workforce during the First Year of the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Multi-Country Study. Journal of Long Term Care, 0(2022), p.22–39.DOI: https://doi.org/10.31389/jltc.110

Journal article

26 Jan 2022

Journal article

England (UK)

English

The interface between primary care and care homes: General Practitioner experiences of working in care homes for older people

White, C., & Alton, E. (2022). The interface between primary care and care homes: General Practitioner experiences of working in care homes for older peopleHealth & Social Care in the Community30e2896e2904https://doi.org/10.1111/hsc.13734

Journal article

12 Nov 2021

Journal article

Costa Rica
Latinamerica & Caribbean

Spanish

Cuidados de larga duración en Costa Rica: enseñanzas para América Latina desde la evidencia internacional

Chaverri-Carvajal A, Matus-López M. Cuidados de larga duración en Costa Rica: enseñanzas para América Latina desde la evidencia internacional. Revista Panamericana de Salud Pública. 2021; 45: e146. https://doi.org/10.26633/RPSP.2021.146

Journal article

01 Oct 2021

Report

UK

English

Caring from a distance: What can we learn from carers’ experiences of using new and familiar ways to stay in touch with family and friends in care homes during Covid-19?

White C., Wray J., Whitfield C., Wolverson E. (2021)   Caring from a distance: What can we learn from carers’ experiences of using new and familiar ways to stay in touch with family and friends in care homes during Covid-19? University of Hull https://www.hull.ac.uk/work-with-us/research/groups/docs/caring-from-a-distance-report.pdf 

Report

19 Aug 2021

Journal article

Japan
Republic of Korea

English

Same same but different? Comparing institutional performance in the long-term care systems of Japan and South Korea

Kim, H.Jeon, B.Frisina Doetter, L.Tamiya, N., & Hashimoto, H. (2022). Same same but different? Comparing institutional performance in the long-term care systems of Japan and South KoreaSocial Policy & Administration56(1), 148162https://doi.org/10.1111/spol.12761

Journal article

21 Jul 2021

Journal article

Costa Rica

English

Progress Toward Long-Term Care Protection in Latin America: A National Long-Term Care System in Costa Rica

Matus-López M, Chaverri-Carvajal A. Progress Toward Long-Term Care Protection in Latin America: A National Long-Term Care System in Costa Rica. Journal of the American Medical Directors Association. 2022; 23(2):266-271. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jamda.2021.06.021

Journal article

01 Jul 2021

Journal article

Brazil
India
Indonesia
Jamaica
Kenya
Mexico
South Africa

Building a strategic theory of change to address dementia care, treatment and support gaps

Breuer E, Comas-Herrera A, Freeman E, Albanese E, Alladi S, Amour R, Evans-Lacko S, Ferri CP, Govia I, Iveth Astudillo García C, Knapp M, Lefevre M, López-Ortega M, Lund C, Musyimi C, Ndetei D, Oliveira D, Palmer T, Pattabiraman M, Sani TP, Taylor D, Taylor E, Theresia I, Thomas PT, Turana Y, Weidner W, Schneider M (2021) Beyond the project: Building a strategic theory of change to address dementia care, treatment and support gaps across seven middle-income countries, Dementia, https://doi.org/10.1177/14713012211029105

Journal article

01 Apr 2021

Report

Europe
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Social Innovation in LTC in Europe: Towards a common narrative for change. InCARE Short Report No.1

Ilinca S., Simmons C., Zonneveld N., Benning K., Comas-Herrera A., Champeix C., Nies H. and Leichsenring K. (2021) Social Innovation in LTC in Europe: Towards a common narrative for change. InCARE Short Report No.1

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01 Apr 2021

Policy Brief

Europe
International

Promoting Social Innovation in long-term care: A common narrative for change across Europe. InCARE Policy Brief no. 1

Ilinca S., Simmons C., Zonneveld N., Benning K., Comas-Herrera A., Champeix C., Nies H., Leichsenring K. (2021) Promoting Social Innovation in long-term care: A common narrative for change across Europe. INCARE Policy Brief No.1.

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11 Mar 2021

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China

English

Income-Related Inequalities in Informal Care: Evidence From the Longitudinal Healthy Longevity Survey in China

Yixiao Wang, Wei Yang, Mauricio Avendano, Income-Related Inequalities in Informal Care: Evidence From the Longitudinal Healthy Longevity Survey in China, The Journals of Gerontology: Series B, Volume 76, Issue 8, October 2021, Pages 1691–1696, https://doi.org/10.1093/geronb/gbab043

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31 Jan 2021

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Australia
France
Germany
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Japan
Netherlands
Republic of Korea
Spain
Sweden
United States

English

Pricing long-term care for older persons

Report describing experiences of high-income countries in financing long-term care, focusing on price setting and sharing experiences of how pricing is used to contribute to broader LTC policy objectives. Includes case studies on Australia, France, Germany, Japan, Republic of Korea, The Netherlands, Spain, Sweden and the United States of America.

Barber SL, van Gool K, Wise S, Woods M, Or Z, Penneau A, Milstein R, Ikegami N, Kwon S, Bakx P, Schut E, Wouterse B, Flores M and Lorenzoni L. Pricing long-term care for older persons. Geneva: World Health Organization, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development; 2021. Licence: CC BY-NC-SA 3.0 IGO. https://iris.who.int/bitstream/handle/10665/344505/9789240033771-eng.pdf

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23 Sep 2020

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England (UK)
UK

English

The role of formal care services in supporting young people who provide unpaid care in England

Nicola BrimblecombeMadeleine StevensDerek King & Martin Knapp (2022) The role of formal care services in supporting young people who provide unpaid care in England, Journal of Youth Studies, 25:1, 1-16, DOI: 10.1080/13676261.2020.1828848

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24 Aug 2020

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Japan

English

Long-Term Care System in Japan

Yamada, M., & Arai, H. (2020). Long-Term Care System in Japan. Annals of Geriatric Medicine and Research24(3), 174–180. https://doi.org/10.4235/agmr.20.0037

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05 Aug 2020

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England (UK)

English

The high cost of unpaid care by young people: health and economic impacts of providing unpaid care

Brimblecombe, N., Knapp, M., King, D., Stevens M. and Cartagena-Farias J.. The high cost of unpaid care by young people:health and economic impacts of providing unpaid care. BMC Public Health 20, 1115 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-020-09166-7

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15 Jul 2020

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UK

A need-based, multi-level, cross-sectoral framework to explain variations in satisfaction of care needs among people living with dementia

De Poli, C., Oyebode, J., Airoldi, M., Glover R. A need-based, multi-level, cross-sectoral framework to explain variations in satisfaction of care needs among people living with dementia. BMC Health Serv Res 20, 657 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12913-020-05416-x

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06 Jul 2020

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Netherlands

English

Better off at home? Effects of nursing home eligibility on costs, hospitalizations and survival

Bakx, P., Wouterse, B., van Doorslaer, E., & Wong, A. (2020). Better off at home? Effects of nursing home eligibility on costs, hospitalizations and survival. Journal of health economics, 73, 102354. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhealeco.2020.102354

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25 Feb 2020

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China

English

An Initial Analysis of the Effects of a Long-Term Care Insurance on Equity and Efficiency: A Case Study of Qingdao City in China

Yang, W., Chang, S., Zhang, W., Wang, R., Mossialos, E., Wu, X., Cui, D., Li, H., & Mi, H. (2021). An Initial Analysis of the Effects of a Long-Term Care Insurance on Equity and Efficiency: A Case Study of Qingdao City in China. Research on Aging43(3-4), 156-165. https://doi.org/10.1177/0164027520907346

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22 Feb 2020

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Republic of Korea

English

Developing a framework for performance assessment of the public long-term care system in Korea: methodological and policy lessons

Kim, H., Jeon, B. Developing a framework for performance assessment of the public long-term care system in Korea: methodological and policy lessons. Health Res Policy Sys 18, 27 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12961-020-0529-8

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14 Nov 2019

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China

English

Care providers, access to care, and the Long-term Care Nursing Insurance in China: An agent-based simulation

Shuang Chang, Wei Yang, Hiroshi Deguchi. Care providers, access to care, and the Long-term Care Nursing Insurance in China: An agent-based simulation,
Social Science & Medicine, Volume 244, 2020, 112667, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.socscimed.2019.112667

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05 Nov 2019

Guidance and Resources

STRiDE Theory of Change Workshops: Guidance and Resources

Breuer E, Comas-Herrera A, Docrat S, Freeman E, Schneider M and the STRiDE team (2019) STRiDE Theory of Change Workshops: Guidance and Resources. STRiDE Research Tool No.1 (version 2), Care Policy and Evaluation Centre at LSE, London.

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29 Jan 2019

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Japan

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Current issues in long-term care policy and research: Toward the promotion of evidence-based policy (Japan)

Masui, H., Otaga, M., Moriyama, Y., & Matsushige, T. (2019). Current issues in long-term care policy and research: Toward the promotion of evidence-based policy. 保健医療科学,1: 34-44. https://www.niph.go.jp/journal/data/68-1/201968010006.pdf

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29 Dec 2018

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China

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Endogenous Living Arrangements and Health of Older Adults: Evidence from Instrumental Variable Estimation

This study aims to address the endogenous relationship between independent living arrangements (ILAs)  and health of older adults using an instrumental variable (IV) approach. Data were obtained from a cross-sectional survey of older adults in Xiamen, China.

Weng, Chenziheng and Han, Yaofeng and Fang, Ya, Endogenous Living Arrangements and Health of Older Adults: Evidence from Instrumental Variable Estimation (December 29, 2018). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3303239 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3303239

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14 Dec 2018

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Europe
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Economic evaluations in community aged care: a systematic review

Bulamu, N. B., Kaambwa, B., & Ratcliffe, J. (2018). Economic evaluations in community aged care: a systematic review. BMC health services research, 18(1), 967. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12913-018-3785-3

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Japan

English

Long-Term Care Insurance System of Japan

Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare, Japan. (2016). Long-term care insurance system of Japan. Available at: https://www.mhlw.go.jp/english/policy/care-welfare/care-welfare-elderly/dl/ltcisj_e.pdf (accessed 14 July 2023).

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England (UK)

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Shaping care home COVID-19 testing policy: a protocol for a pragmatic cluster randomised controlled trial of asymptomatic testing compared with standard care in care home staff (VIVALDI-CT)

Adams NStirrup OBlackstone J, et al. Shaping care home COVID-19 testing policy: a protocol for a pragmatic cluster randomised controlled trial of asymptomatic testing compared with standard care in care home staff (VIVALDI-CT)

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International

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Technology in Aged Care resources

Resources on Technology in Aged care collated by the Aged Care Research & Industry Innovation Australia (ARIIA)’s Knowledge and Implementation Hub.

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