International Centre For Lifecourse Studies In Society and Health
Social influences on successful ageing
Projects in this theme highlight the social and national contexts over the lifecourse within which older people with social or health adversities are able to age successfully, adopt healthier behaviours and take more individual and social responsibility.
UK/Japan comparison of health behaviours and their impacts on social determinants of healthy ageing.
Research Team: Cable,N; Chandola, T; with Brunner, E and Japanese collaborators and ICLS affiliate member Head , J
Data Source: Whitehall II Study, English Longitudinal Study on Ageing (ELSA) and UKHLS, and Japanese data will be from the Japanese Civil Servant Study (JACS), the Japan Public Health Centre-based Prospective Study (JPHC), and the Japanese Study of Ageing and Retirement (J-STAR).
Timetable Project 3a: 2014 - 2016
Working longer: paid employment beyond age 65 years
Research Team: Blane,D; Netuveli, G; Webb, E; McMunnn, A with collaborators: Naess, O (Norway), Pikhart, H (Czech Republic), Costa, G (Italy), Wahrendorf , M (SHARE), Goldberg, M (GAZEL).
Data Source: Norwegian linked registers; Czech component of HAPIEE; Turin Longitudinal Study. Survey of Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe (SHARE); the French GAZEL (Gas & Electricity) Study;
Timetable Project 3b: 2013 - 2016
Lifecourse, welfare and wellbeing in an ageing world: international perspectives
Research Team: Netuveli, and G Cable, N
Data Source: Chinese Health, Ageing and Retirement Longitudinal Study (CHARLS), Korean Longitudinal Study of Ageing), JSTAR (Japanese Study of Ageing and Retirement, KLOSA and Longitudinal Ageing Study of India (LASI), Survey of Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe SHARE, English Longitudinal Study on Ageing (ELSA) and USA (Health and Retirement Study) longitudinal data.
Timetable Project 3c: 2014 - 2016
Tarani Chandola, Chairperson and Professor of Medical Sociology, Manchester University
Bola Akinwale Social Resarcher, Public Health England (PHE).
Madhavi Bajekal, Senior Medical Statistician Legal & General,
David Sinclair, Director, ILC-UK
David Blane, Professor of Social Epidemiology
Eric Brunner, Professor of Social and Biological Epidemiology
Noriko Cable, ICLS Senior Research Fellow
Jenny Head, Reader in Medical and Social Statistics
Anne McMunn, UCL Senior Lecturer and Graduate Tutor
Gopal Netuvelli, Professor of Public Health
Elizabeth Webb, ICLS Research Associate - Social Epidemiology
Panel meeting dates: 13/8/2013, September 2014 (tbc)
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The International Centre for Lifecourse Studies in Society and
Health (ICLS) is funded by the UK Economic and Social Research Council
(ESRC) RES-596-28-0001 (2008 - 2012) ES/J019119/1 (2013 - 2017). ICLS is a multidisciplinary research centre, directed by Professor Amanda Sacker, that supports supports research at UCL, University of Manchester, University of East London and Örebro University Hospital Sweden.