Participants

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Management Committee

MC Chair Anne Marie FONTAINE (PT)  
MC Vice Chair Clare Holdsworth  (UK)  

Researcher profiles:

  • Aktekin, Nafiye Cigdem
  • Albert, Isabelle
  • Bennett, Jonathan
  • Brandt, Martina
  • Broese van Groenou, Marjolein
  • Çelebi, Hatice
  • Dryjanska, Laura
  • Giua, Roberto
  • Ferring, Dieter
  • Filipovič Hrast, Maša
  • Hamblin, Kate
  • Helve, Helena
  • Herlofson, Katharina
  • Hoff, Andreas
  • Kasearu, Kairi
  • Martínez Pastor, Esther
  • Maslauskaite, Ausra
  • Moreno-Fuentes, Francisco Javier
  • Pannecoucke, Isabelle
  • Pavia, George(Gino)
  • Rodrigues, Ricardo
  • Sakkeus, Luule
  • Schwarz, Beate
  • Shpigelman, Carmit-Noa
  • Svynarenko, Arseniy
  • Trummer, Ursula
  • Zlotnick, Cheryl

Country: TR

Position: Researcher

Title: Dr.

Institutional affiliation and address:

Acibadem Mehmet Ali Aydinlar University Kayisdagı Caddesi No:32 34752 Atasehir Istanbul Turkiye

Link to webpage with actual cv:

http://www.acibadem.edu.tr/akademik/nafiye-cigdem-aktekin

Email: nafiye.aktekin (at) acibadem.edu.tr

Area of specialization, methodological expertise:

Teacher Education and Development, Strategy Use in ELT, Use of Technology in Language Teaching, and Discourse Studies

Current and recent research projects and funding relevant to InterFaSol:

The Interplay between Intergenerational Solidarity, Family and School. European Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST): Intergenerational Solidarity (IS 1311), INTERFASOL: http://www.cost.eu/COST_Actions/isch/IS1311, (June 2016- January 2019) TUBİTAK Project No: 116K225 (Researcher).

Languages of communication: Turkish, English, French (Beginner)

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Isabelle Albert

Country: LU

Position: Research Scientist

Title: Dr. Institutional affiliation and address: UNIVERSITÉ DU LUXEMBOURG Faculté des Lettres, des Sciences Humaines, des Arts et des Sciences de l’Education Campus Belval Maison des Sciences Humaines 11, Porte des Sciences L-4366 Esch-sur-Alzette

Email: Isabelle.Albert [at] uni.lu

Area of specialization, methodological expertise: I’m a research scientist at the University of Luxembourg in the area of generations and development across the life-span. My main research interests are in the field of life-span developmental psychology with a special focus on intergenerational transmission of values, intergenerational family relations as well as personality and family development in a cross-cultural perspective. My teaching activities include courses and supervision in psychology (bachelor and master) and gerontology (master). Coming from a strong quantitative background, I’m currently working both with quantitative questionnaire data as well as with qualitative interviews.

Experience with European and international data sources: I have worked for several years as a research associate in the project “Value of Children and Intergenerational Relations” (PIs: Prof. Dr. Gisela Trommsdorff and Prof. Dr. Bernhard Nauck) at the Developmental and Cross-Cultural Psychology Unit, University of Konstanz (Germany).

Current and recent research projects and funding relevant to InterFaSol: I’m Principal Investigator of the currently ongoing IRMA project (“Intergenerational Relations in the Light of Migration and Ageing”, funded by the Fonds National de la Recherche Luxembourg, 2013-2016). I’ve been working as a scientific collaborator in the research project “Intergenerational relations in Luxembourg: Solidarity, ambivalence, conflict?”, at the Institute for Research on Generations and Family at the University of Luxembourg (PI: Prof. Dr. Dieter Ferring, funded by the Fonds National de la Recherche Luxembourg, 2007-2011).

Connections to stake holders : In the framework of our project, we have contacted stakeholders during data collection and organized information sessions for interest groups and actors from the field (Club Senior, Office Social, La Maison des Associations, CPOS, Ministère de la Famille, ASTI)

Languages of communication: English, German, French, Italian, Luxembourgish, Spanish

Links to institutional website, links to websites of projects :

http://wwwfr.uni.lu/research/flshase/inside/people/isabelle_albert http://wwwde.uni.lu/research/flshase/inside/research_domains/working_group_socio_cultural_change_and_ways_of_living_in_migration_societies/irma http://www.cdmh.lu/?com=0I123I0I0I Your recent publications: Albert, I. (Guest Editor) (2016). Special Issue on “Aging and Migration in Europe”. GeroPsych – The Journal of Gerontopsychology and Geriatric Psychiatry, 29 (2).

Albert, I., & Steinhoff, A. (2016). Intergenerationale Ambivalenz in Eltern-Kind-Beziehungen im Jugend- und jungen Erwachsenenalter [Intergenerational ambivalence in parent-child relationships during adolescence and young adulthood]. Zeitschrift für Soziologie der Erziehung und Socialisation, 36(2), 178-194.

Albert, I. (Guest Editor) (2014). Special Issue on “Growing up in a multicultural society”. EARA Newsletter, May 2014.

bennett_jonathan_klein_swJonathan Bennett

Country:  CH

Position: Head of the Institute on Ageing at Bern University of Applied Sciences

Title: Professor

Institutional affiliation and address:

Institute on Ageing Bern University of Applied Sciences Schwarztorstrasse 48 3007 Bern Switzerland

Link to webpage with actual cv:

www.alter.bfh.ch/bej3

Phone number: 0041318483725

Email: jonathan.bennett (at) bfh.ch

Area of specialization, methodological expertise:

Gerontology, Social Psychology with a strong focus on life satisfaction in older adults.

Methodological expertise: Survey construction, quantitative analysis of categorical data, content analysis of qualitative data.

Experience with European and international data sources:

Some experience with SHARE data.

Current and recent research projects and funding relevant to InterFaSol:

2017-2020 Models for the future labor market 45plus Total funding amount: CHF 667,941 The project uses the approach of evidence based practice to test and evaluate innovative models for the Retention and work satisfaction of older adults.

2017-2018 Professional and societal integration of migrants using an intergenerational mentoring programme. Total funding amount: CHF 270,000 The project will design and evaluate a intergenerational mentoring programme for immigrants who are training to be assistant nurses.

2016-2017 The Swiss Ageing Society Total funding amount: CHF 163,771 The project will perform a content analysis of three Swiss newspapers and their coverage of demographic change.

Connections to stake holders:

Council of senior citizen in the city of Bern. Close relations with Pro Senectute, the main NGO for older adults’ interests and concerns. Close relations with the federation of institutions in long-term care. A diverse offer of continued education ensures contacts with students who are professionals in a wide array of the ageing sector.

Languages of communication:

English, German, French

Links to institutional website, links to websites of projects:

www.alter.bfh.ch http://orcid.org/0000-0001-5004-8748

Your recent publications:

Frey-Widmer, C., Bennett, J., Gonçalves Mantellini, G. & Höpflinger, F. (2015). Physiotherapists and Age(ing). Physioscience, 11 (3), 106-111. DOI: 10.1055/s-0035-1553459

Bennett, J. & Riedel, M. (2013). What influences life satisfaction in old age? Zeitschrift für Gerontologie und Geriatrie, 46 (1), 21-26. DOI: 10.1007/s00391-012-0457-5

Bennett, J., Torben-Nielsen, K. & Buff, S. (2012). Exploring Methods for the Inclusion of Older Persons in Online Communities. In I. Bierhoff, H. Herman, W. Rijnen & R. Wichert (Eds.), Partnerships for Social Innovation in Europe. Proceedings of the AAL Forum 2011 in Lecce (pp. 171-178). Eindhoven: Smart Homes.

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Martina Brandt

Country: DE

Position: Professor for Social Structure and Ageing Societies Title: Professor

Institutional affiliation and address: TU Dortmund, Institut für Soziologie, Emil-Figge-Str. 50, 44227 Dortmund Email: martina.brandt [at] tu-dortmund.de

Area of specialization, methodological expertise: Ageing in Europe Family, health and labour across the life course Intergenerational support and social networks Social inequality and social policy Quantitative methods

Experience with European and international data sources: SHARE, NIEP, SOEP, DEAS

Current and recent research projects and funding relevant to InterFaSol: see website

Involvement in other networks or COST initiatives: see website

Connections to stake holders: see website

Languages of communication: German, English

Links to institutional website, links to websites of project: https://www.fk12.tu-dortmund.de/cms/ISO/de/Lehr-und-Forschungsbereiche/Sozialstruktur_und_Soziologie_alternder_Gesellschaften/Team/Martina_Brandt/index.html  Recent publications: Deindl, Christian; Brandt, Martina (2016): Support Networks of Older Childless People. Formal and Informal Assistance in Europe. Ageing & Society.

Deindl, Christian; Brandt, Martina; Hank, Karsten (2016): Social Networks, Social Cohesion, and Later-life Health. Social Indicators Research, 126(3), 1175-1187.

Deindl, Christian; Brandt, Martina; Kotte, Markus (2016): Armut und Unterstützung zwischen Generationen in Europa – Familie und Kontext im Zusammenspiel, beziehungsweise, 1-4.

mbroese_tcm250-36151Marjolein  Broese van Groenou

Country: NL

Position: Professor in Informal Care

Title: Professor

Institutional affiliation and address:

Vrije Universiteit dept. of Sociology De Boelelaan 1081 1081 HV Amsterdam the Netherlands

Link to webpage with actual cv:

http://www.fsw.vu.nl/en/departments/sociology/staff/broese-van-groenou/index.aspx

Phone number: +31-652227973

Email: m.i.broesevangroenou (at) vu.nl

Area of specialization, methodological expertise:

ageing, social networks, informal care, family caregivers, work and care, caregiver burden

Experience with European and international data sources:

SHARE

Current and recent research projects and funding relevant to InterFaSol:

Please provide title, year, and 1-2 line description for each project. Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam; an ongoing study on the functioning of older adults in the Netherlands. Focus on issues regarding formal and informal care use.

Collaboration between formal and informal caregivers in mixed care networks of community-dwelling older adults.

The impact of organisational caregiver support on the combination of work and care

Gender differences in caregiver burden among older spousal caregivers

Connections to stake holders:

MEZZO; an organisation for informal caregivers in the Netherlands

The Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sports in the Netherlands

Eurocarers; an EU organisation for informal caregivers

Languages of communication:

English and Dutch

Links to institutional website, links to websites of projects:

www.lasa-vu.nl

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Marjolein_Groenou

Recent publications:

Broese Van Groenou, M.I., Jacobs, M.T., Zwart-Olde, N.E. & Deeg, D.J.H. (2016). Mixed care networks of community-dwelling older adults with physical health impairments in the Netherlands. Health and Social Care in the Community, 24 (1), 95-104. doi: 10.1111/hsc.12199

Broese Van Groenou, M.I. & Boer, A.H.. de (2016). Providing informal care in a changing society. European Journal of Ageing, 13 (3), 271-279. doi: 10.1007/s10433-016-0370-7

Hoogendijk, E.O., Deeg, D.J.H., Poppelaars, J.L., Horst, M. van der, Broese Van Groenou, M.I., Comijs, H.C., Pasman, H.R.W., Schoor, N.M. van, Suanet, B., Thomese, G.C.F., Tilburg, T.G. van, Visser, M. & Huisman, M. (2016). The Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam: cohort update 2016 and major findings. European Journal of Epidemiology, 31, 927-945. doi: 10.1007/s10654-016-0192-0

Jacobs, M.T., Aartsen, M.J., Deeg, D.J.H. & Broese Van Groenou, M.I. (2016). Diversity in older adults’ care networks: the added value of individual beliefs and social network proximity. Journals of Gerontology. Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences. doi: 10.1093/geronb/gbw012

Swinkels, J.C., Suanet, B., Deeg, D.J.H. & Broese Van Groenou, M.I. (2016). Trends in the informal and formal home-care use of older adults in the Netherlands between 1992 and 2012. Ageing and Society, 36 (9), 1870-1890. doi: 10.1017/S0144686X1500077X

Jacobs, M.T., Tilburg, T.G. van, Groenewegen, P. & Broese Van Groenou, M.I. (2015). Linkages between informal and formal caregivers in home-care networks of frail older adults. Ageing and Society. doi: 10.1017/S0144686X15000598

Plaisier, I., Broese Van Groenou, M.I. & Keuzenkamp, S. (2015). Combining work and informal care: The importance of caring organisations. Human Resource Management Journal, 25 (2), 267-280. doi: 10.1111/1748-8583.12048

Tolkacheva, N.V., Broese Van Groenou, M.I. & Tilburg, T.G. van (2014). Sibling similarities and sharing the care of older parents. Journal of Family Issues, 35 (3), 312-330. doi: 10.1177/0192513X12470619

Tolkacheva, N., Broese Van Groenou, M.I., Boer, A. de & Tilburg, T.G. van (2011). The impact of informal care-giving networks on adult children’s care-giver burden. Ageing and Society, 31, 34-51. doi: 10.1017/S0144686X10000711

IMG-20160610-WA0004Hatice Çelebi

Country: TR

Position: Assistant Professor

Title: Dr.

Institutional affiliation and address: MEF University, Education Faculty, English Language Teaching Ayazağa Cad. No: 4 Maslak, 34396, İstanbul, Turkey

Email: haticecelebi79 (at) gmail.com

Area of specialization, methodological expertise: I teach at Education Faculty, English Language Teaching department. My research area covers the topics of education, language teaching and language. Specifically, I am interested in education and learning theories, corpus linguistics and pragmatics.

Experience with European and international data sources: INTERFASOL is my first European-based study project.

Current and recent research projects and funding relevant to InterFaSol: The Scientific and Technological research council of Turkey (TUBİTAK) Project No: 116K225 Project Duration: June 2016-January 2019 Project Title: The Interplay between Intergenerational Solidarity, Family and School Project Budget: 300.575 TL ( 91.000 Euros)

Other networks or COST initiatives: None.

Connections to stake holders: TUBİTAK: The Scientific and Technological research council of Turkey, https://www.tubitak.gov.tr/en Turkish Ministry of Education: http://www.meb.gov.tr/index.php MEF Üniversitesi: http://www.mef.edu.tr/en

Languages of communication: Turkish, English, Spanish

Links to institutional website, links to websites of projects: MEF Üniversitesi: http://www.mef.edu.tr/en

Your recent publications: 1. Celebi, H. (2015) Impoliteness In Corpora: A Comparative Analysis of British English and Spoken Turkish. Equinox Publishing, Sheffield. 2. Çelebi, H, Ruhi, Ş. (2015) Identifying Impoliteness in Spoken Corpora: A Methodological Perspective, In Ş. Ruhi & Y. Aksan (eds.) Perspectives on (Im)politeness: Issues and Methodologies. (pp. 216-255), Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle. 3. Çelebi H., Macfarlane M. Gaele (2016) What is fluency? Reaching A Common Understanding, In D. Tsagari (ed.) Classroom –based Assessment in L2 Context. (pp. 298-330) , Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle.

FototesseraLaura Dryjanska

Country: PL

Position: Lecturer

Title: Dr.

Institutional affiliation and address:Sapienza University of Rome, Piazza Cavalieri di Malta 2, Rome, Italy

Phone:(690) 669-3814

Email: laura.dryjanska (at)uniroma1.it

Area of specialization, methodological expertise: social representations, textual analysis, multi-method analysis, cluster analysis

Experience with European and international data sources: Eurobarometer, MTurk

Current and recent research projects and funding relevant to InterFaSol: 1. Universo Argento (Silver Universe), funded by Rotary Foundation – project dedicated to social inclusion of caregivers of patients with Alzheimer’s disease 2. Memories for Ageing People, funded by Rotary Foundation – project dedicated to analysis of place-related memories of older inhabitants of Rome

Other networks or COST initiatives: none

Connections to stake holders: Centri Anziani (Centers for Older People ) run by Municipality of Rome, Rotary Clubs, Alzheimer Italia

Languages of communication: Polish, English, Italian, Spanish

Links to institutional website, links to websites of projects: www.racsrag.org www.spssi.org

Recent publications: Dryjanska, L., & Giua, R. (2016). Solidarietà intergenerazionale: universo argento. Saarbrücken, Germany: Edizioni Accademiche Italiane.

Dryjanska, L., Aiello, S., & Giua, M. (2017). Social representations, ageing and memory: a holistic approach to cognitive assessment. Ageing and Society, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0144686X15001464.

Dryjanska, L., & Giua, R. (2015). Solidarietà intergenerazionale: bambini nell’ombra. Saarbrücken, Germany: Edizioni Accademiche Italiane.

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Roberto Giua Position: Consultant, Member of the Rotary E-Club 2042 ITALIA

Title: Dr.

Institutional affiliation and address:

Rotary E-Club 2042 Italia, Bergamo, Italy

Phone number: 00393482727403

Email: commissione.rotary (at) gmail.com

Area of specialization, methodological expertise:

Marketing, Public Affairs Specialist, Public Relations. Project Manager for international activities, Book Editor

Experience with European and international data sources:

Data designer for IBM Project in Public Health

Current and recent research projects and funding relevant to InterFaSol:

Edition of the Silver Universe volume with chapters by INTERFASOL members.

In what other networks or COST initiatives: www.ROSE.Net

Connections to stake holders:

My experience in prevention of Alzheimer disease is because I’m in a network of associations, organizations, foundations, federations, practitioners etc.

Collaboration with Fondazione IGEA to cover all Territory of the city of Rome and Italian Federation of Private Pharmacists (parafarmacie in Italian).

Languages of communication:

Italian, English

Links to institutional website, links to websites of projects where you are involved:

http://www.rotaryeclub2042.org

http://www.rispettareidiritti.wordpress.com http://ragas.online/ http://marziagiua.altervista.org/ https://silveruniverse.org https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6CIb_JFiLk0 http://www.stopsecret.it/Eventi/Il-ruolo-sociale-dellauInvestigatore-Privato

Recent publications:

https://www.amazon.it/Solidariet%C3%A0-intergenerazionale-nellombra-Laura-Dryjanska/dp/3639659465

https://www.amazon.it/Solidariet%C3%A0-intergenerazionale-Universo-Laura-Dryjanska/dp/3330777001

DF_APRIL_2016_1Dieter Ferring

Country: LU

Position: Professor

Title: Professor

Institutional affiliation and address: University of Luxembourg Faculty of Language and Literature, Humanities, Arts and Education Research Unit on Social and Individual Development (INSIDE) 11, Porte des Sciences L-4366 Esch-sur-Alzette

Email: dieter.ferring (at) uni.lu

Area of specialization, methodological expertise: Life span developmental psychology and geropsychology. Major research topics: coping with life crises and critical life events; regulation of subjective well-being; life satisfaction and quality of life; intergenerational family relations; technology and ageing; research methodology; psychometrics and measurement theory

Experience with European and international data sources: EU-SILC – EU statistics on income and living conditions SHARE – Survey of Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe

Current and recent research projects and funding relevant to InterFaSol: 2014-2016: Intergenerational Relations in the Light of Migration and Ageing (IRMA; Luxembourg National Research Fund; PI Isabelle Albert)

2007-2010: Intergenerational relations in Luxembourg: Solidarity, ambivalence, conflict? (INTERGEN; Luxembourg National Research Fund)

2010-2014: Virtual Coach Reaches Out “To Me”- Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) Joint Programme call AAL-2009-2: “ICT based solutions for Advancement of Social Interaction of Elderly People”

Other networks or COST initiatives: COST Action CA15122: Reducing Old-Age Social Exclusion: Collaborations in Research and Policy (ROSEnet)

Connections to stake holders: Convenor of the Standing Committee on Geropsychology of the European Federation of Psychologists’ Association; Reviewer for several national funding agencies and European universities

Languages of communication: German – English – French – Luxembourgish

Links to institutional website, links to websites of projects: http://wwwen.uni.lu/recherche/flshase/inside

Recent publications: Ferring, D., & Tournier, I. (in press). Autobiographical Memory and Well-Being. In M.D. Robinson & M. Eid (Eds). The Happy Mind: Cognitive Contributions to Well-Being. New York: Springer.

Ferring, D. (in press). Memory in old age – A life-span perspective. In B. Wagoner. Handbook of Culture and Memory. Frontiers in Cultural Psychology. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Ferring, D., Tournier, I., Mancini, D. (2015), Age, attitudes and self-serving evaluations about older drivers. European Journal of Ageing, 12(3), 229-238.

Maša Filipovič Hrast

Country: SI

Position: Associate Professor

Title: Dr.

Institutional affiliation and address:

University of Ljubljana Faculty of Social Sciences Kardeljeva plsocad 5 1000 Ljubljana Slovenia

Link to webpage with actual cv:

http://www.fdv.uni-lj.si/en/news-and-information/contacts/teachers/info/masa-filipovic-hrast

Phone number: 00 386 1 5805 205

Email: masa.filipovic (at) fdv.uni-lj.si

Area of specialization, methodological expertise:

ageing, social policy, housing, social exclusion

Experience with European and international data sources:

Share; EU-SILC, ESS

Current and recent research projects and funding relevant to InterFaSol:

Norface project, Our children’s Europe (international) The project looks at the attitudes of people toward the future of the welfare state and its challenges. It focuses also on intergenerational solidarity and observes the potential cleavages.

Innovative housing options for the elderly (national) The project observes the attitudes of elderly toward different housing options and care options in old age. Care for the elderly in community (national) The project observed the organisation of formal and informal care of elderly in the community, focusing on social home care users.

Languages of communication:

Slovene English (German) (French)

Links to institutional website, links to websites of projects:

Faculty of Social Sciences: http://www.fdv.uni-lj.si/en

Norface project, Our children’s Europe: https://blogs.kent.ac.uk/welfsoc/

Recent publications:

HLEBEC, Valentina, FILIPOVIČ HRAST, Maša. Influence of contextual and organisational factors on combining informal and formal care for older people : Slovenian case. Research on ageing and social policy, 2016, vol. 4, no. 2, 30-54.

SRAKAR, Andrej, FILIPOVIČ HRAST, Maša, HLEBEC, Valentina, MAJCEN, Boris. Social exclusion, welfare regime and unmet long-term care need : evidence from SHARE. In: BÖRSCH-SUPAN, Axel (ur.). Ageing in Europe : supporting policies for an inclusive society. Berlin; Boston: W. de Gruyter, cop. 2015 HLEBEC, Valentina, MALI, Jana, FILIPOVIČ HRAST, Maša. Community care for older people in Slovenia. Anthropological notebooks, 2014, year 20, no. 1,. 5-20

HLEBEC, Valentina, NAGODE, Mateja, FILIPOVIČ HRAST, Maša. Care for older people between state and family : care patterns among social home care users. Teorija in praksa, sep.-okt. 2014, letn. 51, št. 5, 886-903, 999,

FILIPOVIČ HRAST, Maša, KOPAČ, Anja, RAKAR, Tatjana. Social exclusion of elderly in Central and Eastern Europe. International journal of social economics, 2013, vol. 40, no. 11, 971-989

FILIPOVIČ HRAST, Maša, HLEBEC, Valentina, KAVČIČ, Matic. The social exclusion of the elderly : a mixed-methods study in Slovenia. Sociologický časopis, , 2012, vol. 48, no. 6, 1051-1074

HamblinKate01Kate Hamblin

Country: UK

Position: Senior Research Fellow

Title: Dr.

Institutional affiliation and address: Oxford Institute of Population Ageing, University of Oxford, 66 Banbury Road, Oxford, OX2 6PR Email: kate.hamblin (at) ageing.ox.ac.uk

Aarea of specialization, methodological expertise: I have in the past worked on three main areas at the Institute. I have worked on projects exploring telecare and technology use by older adults and those providing them with care. I managed the Oxfordshire-based research site of project on older people, their carers and technological care solutions or ‘telecare’. This involved not only conducting a review of the literature, organising and facilitating focus groups, interviews and statistical analysis of quantitative data, I also liaised with and coordinated the contributions of six sub-contracted consortium members. The centrepiece of this project was a longitudinal, multi-method qualitative work package which involved ethnographic observations and in-depth interviews with older adults and their carers, as well as the use of creative methods such as mapping, photography and diaries. This project explored the impact of telecare on relationships between older adults and their unpaid carers, including family members.I continued this work on telecare and explored the use of technology by older people with dual-sensory impairment for Sense, the national charity for deaf-blind people, using the same longitudinal qualitative approach. Second, I have examined issues related to employment, following on from my postgraduate studies. For the ‘Carers@Work’ project, I conducted a review of the literature related to care and/ or work; designed the interview guide; recruited and conducted over 50 qualitative interviews with working carers and employers demonstrating ‘best practice’ in terms of family-friendly policies; analysed the data and presented it in several reports. I am currently working on another project focused on work, exploring self-employment in later life. Third, I have worked on projects related to museums, galleries and wellbeing. I worked on a project for the Dulwich Picture Gallery where I conducted a review of the literature, analysed qualitative materials on the Gallery’s outreach programme and contributed to a report on our findings. The publication based on the findings (‘“This is Living”- Good Times: Art for Older People at Dulwich Picture Gallery’) won the Royal Society for Public Health Arts and Health Research Award in 2011. I have also worked on projects for the British Museum, exploring the impact of population ageing on their audience, and the Museum of Oxford addressing the outcomes of its ‘Memory Lane’ reminiscence programme.

Experience with European and international data sources: – policy analysis using MISSOC databases.

Сurrent and recent research projects and funding relevant to InterFaSol: – 2011-2014: Advancing Knowledge of Telecare for Independence and Vitality in Later Life (AKTIVE) explored the use of telecare by older adults and their carers, and its impact on caring relationships. – 2014-2015: Keeping in Touch with Technology? This project examined the use of assistive and mainstream technology by older adults with dual-sensory impairment to engage in activities and daily living and maintain social relationships. 2009-2011: ‘Carers@Work’ examined the reconciliation of employment and caring responsibilities.

Сonnections to stake holders: – groups representing the interests of carers (Carers UK) and older adults (Age UK) in the UK. – telecare manufacturers.

Languages of communication: English.

Links to institutional website, links to websites of projects : www.ageing.ox.ac.uk www.aktive.org.uk

Your recent publications: – Hamblin, K. (forthcoming) Telecare, obtrusiveness, acceptance and use: an empirical exploration, British Journal of Occupational Therapy. – Hamblin, K. (2016). Older People, in Alcock, P.; May, M.; Haux, T. and Wright, S. (eds.) The Students Companion to Social Policy, Wiley-Blackwell: Oxford. – Hamblin, K. (2016). Book Review: Paid Work Beyond Pension Age: Comparative Perspectives, Journal of Population Ageing, Vol. 9, Issue 1-2: 179-182. – Hamblin, K. and Harper, S. (2016). The UK’s Ageing Population: Challenges and opportunities for museums and galleries, London: The British Museum. – Hamblin, K., Koivunen, E.R., & Yeandle, S. (2016) Keeping in touch with technology? Using telecare and assistive technology to support older people with dual sensory impairment, Sheffield: University of Sheffield. – Knapp, M.; Barlow, J.; Comas-Herrera, A.; Damant, J.; Freddolino, P.; Hamblin, K.; Hu, B.; Lorenz, K.; Perkins, M.; Rehill, A.; Wittenberg, R. and Woolham, J. (2016). The case for investment in technology to manage the global costs of dementia, Report from the Policy Innovation Research Unit to the Department of Health, PIRU: London. – Hoff, A., Yeandle, S., Hamblin, K. A. und Koivunen, E.-R. (2015) Das AKTIVE-Projekt – ‘Telecare’ für sturzgefährdete und demenzkranke Menschen. In: Honekamp, W. & Preißler, J. (Hrsg.) Assistenz für höhere Lebensqualität im Alter. Remscheid: Re Di Roma Verlag, S. 27-44. – Hoff, A., Reichert, M., Hamblin, K., Perek-Bialas, J. & Principi, A. (2014) ‘Comparing working carers’ reconciliation strategies and company-based reconciliation policies and their effect on working carers’ well-being’. Vulnerable Groups and Inclusion, 5: 1-25. – Harper, S. and Hamblin, K. (eds.) (2014). International Handbook of Ageing and Public Policy, Edward Elgar: Cheltenham.

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Helena Helve

Country: FI

Position: Professor Emerita

Title: Professor

Institutional affiliation and address: School of Social Sciences and Humanities FI-33014 University of Tampere Finland

Phone:

Email: helena.helve (at) uta.fi

Area of specialization, methodological expertise: Worldviews and identity formation, changes in value and attitude structures, youth studies, longitudinal studies, comparative studies, mixed methods

Experience with European and international data sources: I have been Expert of the international advisory group of the longitudinal research on young people, University of London, Institute of Education, Centre for Longitudinal Studies 2002-2003; and Expert assisting Research in the economic, social sciences and humanities, European Commission, DG Research, Unit. 2009-2011 and Expert group member of Global Europe 2030/2050 in the European Comission, European Union research policy Socio-economic Sciences and Humanities 2011-1012 European Commission, DG Research & Innovation.

Current and recent research projects and funding relevant to InterFaSol: Director of the Social Capital SoCA BeSS Research Programme funded by Academy of Science, University of Helsinki 2004-2007 : A research on social capital and trust-based relations in changing social and economic life.

Director of the WORK – Preca 2008-2011 Research Programme,

Finnish Academy 2008-2012 : A research on changing labor market and education to work transitions. (NuorI-IHCCS);

A Cross-Cultural comparative study of Identity horizons and values of younger generations 2012- recent. In what other networks or COST initiatives are you involved?: ISA RC 34, Society for Longitudinal and Life Course Studies

Connections to stake holders: I am a member of Council of Helsinki Mission and a member of a Council of the Finnish Youth Foundation

Languages of communication: English, Swedish, Finnish and German

Links to institutional website, links to websites of projects : http://www.uta.fi/yky/oppiaineet/nuorisotyojanuorisotutkimus/yhteystiedot/helve.html http://www.helenahelve.fi/welcome/ helsinkimissio.fi nuori.fi

Recent publications: Helve Helena. (2016). A longitudinal perspective on worldviews, values and identities. Journal of Religious Education. Springer (21 pages).

Helve Helena. (2015). Adolescence and Youth. In Montgomery Heather (toim.) Oxford Bibliographies : Childhood Studies: Oxford University Press.

Helve Helena. (2015). Re-thinking youth and citizenship. Value groups and citizenship types of young Finns. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education 7 (1), 32-66.

Helve Helena. (2013). From higher education to working life : work values of young Finns in changing labour markets. In Helve Helena, Evans Karen (toim.) Youth and work transitions in changing social landscapes. London and U.S.A.: Tufnell Press, 119-137.

Kutsar Dagmar, Helve Helena, Krzaklewska Ewa. (2013). When family support fails : reducing the risk of social exclusion of young people. Coyote 2013 (9), 50-53.

Helve Helena. (2012). Transitions and shifts in work attitudes, values and future orientations of young Finns. In Hahn-Bleibtreu Marina, Molgat Marc (toim.) Youth policy in a changing world : from theory to practice. Opladen: Barbara Budrich Publishers, 135-158.

Kutsar Dagmar, Helve Helena. (2012). Social inclusion of youth on the margins of society : policy review of research results. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union.

Katharina Herlofson

Country: NO

Position: Senior Researcher

Title: Dr.

Institutional affiliation and address:

NOVA – Norwegian Social Research, Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences

Link to webpage with actual cv:

https://hioa.no/eng/employee/kather

Email: katharina.herlofson (at) nova.hioa.no

Area of specialization, methodological expertise:

intergenerational relationships, grandparenthood, ageing societies, older People, family care

Experience with European and international data sources:

The Norwegian Panel study of life course, ageing and generation (NorLAG), Generations and Gender Survey (GGS)

Current and recent research projects and funding relevant to InterFaSol:

Active ageing – pathways and outcomes: a project investigating pathways and outcomes of active ageing in three domains and their interactions: the labor market, civil society and the family (funded by the Research Council of Norway).

Research on family generations: A State-of-the-art project (funded by the Ministry of Children and Equality)

Languages of communication:

Norwegian, English, Italian

Links to institutional website, links to websites of projects :

NOVA: http://www.hioa.no/eng/About-HiOA/Centre-for-Welfare-and-Labour-Research/NOVA NorLAG: https://blogg.hioa.no/norlag?lang=en

Your recent publications:

Herlofson, K. & Daatland, S.O. (2016). Forskning om familierelasjoner. En kunnskapsstatus (Research on family generations: A state of the art report). NOVA report 2/16. Herlofson, K. (2015). Lengre liv, nye hjelpemønstre i familien (Longer lives, new care patterns in the family). Sosiologi i dag, 45, 22-43.

Andreas Hoff

Country: DE

Position:

Professor of Social Gerontology ; Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences ; Director of the Research Institute “Health, Ageing and Technology”

Your title:

Professor

Institutional affiliation and address:

Zittau / Görlitz University of Applied Sciences Faculty of Social Sciences Furtstr. 2 02826 Görlitz Germany Tel. +49-3581-3743750

Email:

a.hoff (at) hszg.de

Area of specialization, methodological expertise:

My key research interests are: – Assistive technologies in home care – Reconciliation of family care and employment – Intergenerational family relations and intergenerational programs, mainly from the perspective of the middle-aged and older generations – Demographic ageing in Central and Eastern Europe

Experience with European and international data sources:

– carers@work dataset – comparative analysis of German Ageing Survey (DEAS), English Longitudinal Study on Ageing (ELSA) and Danish Longitudinal Study of Ageing – some familiarity with SHARE (‘Survey of Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe’) data

Current and recent fesearch projects and funding relevant to InterFaSol:

“Vertrauen in Assistenz-Technologien zur Inklusion älterer Menschen” (VATI) (2014-2017) [“Trust in Assistive Technologies for Inclusion of older people”] This project consists of two parts: (1) a regionally representative survey of older people’s experiences, barriers and preferences on assistive technologies and (2) the interactive VATI technology navigator informing on regional availability of assistive technologies and related services. There is a powerful – implicit – intergenerational aspect: assistive technologies are usually introduced, purchased and managed by younger generations, usually the middle-aged generation

Ongoing involvement (since 2010) in editing the multilingual compendium “Generations, Intergenerational relationships, and Generational Policy” http://www.generationen-compendium.de  (E-Book).

Other networks or COST initiatives:

EAST (“Eastern-European Ageing Societies in Transition”) research network ; Research Committee (RC) 11 ‘Sociology of Aging’ of the International Sociological Association

Connections to stake holders:

Vice Chairman of independent Advisory Board advising the German government on the reconciliation of family care and employment (2015-2020) Evidence Review on “Current and future challenges of family care in the UK” for the British government (2014-2015) Management Committee member of the German Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics, Section III “Social sciences and behavioural sciences” (2014-2018) Research Advisory Group member of Homeshare International (since 2014) Evidence Review for the “Central European Ageing Strategy“ Platform, consisting of 10 regional governments in 8 Central European countries (2012-2013) Advisory Group to Swiss Academy of Social Sciences and MIGROS Kulturprozent on intergenerational programs (2012-2013) Selection Committee member of the “Intergenerational Dialogue Award” (2011-2014) Evidence Review for „FUTURE AGE – A Roadmap for Future Ageing Research“ (2010) Management Committee member of Research Committee 11 of the International Sociological Association (ISA) (since 2002)

Languages of communication:

English German

Links to institutional website, links to websites of projects:

http://f-s.hszg.de/personen/andreas-hoff/start.html http://www.ageing.ox.ac.uk/people/view/70 http://activeageingnetwork.eu/en/database http://sociologyofaging.org/

Recent publications:

Lüscher, K., Hoff, A., et al. (Hrsg.) (2015) Generationen, Generationenbeziehungen, Generationenpolitik. Ein mehrsprachiges Kompendium, siebensprachige Neuauflage. Konstanz: Universität Konstanz. http://www.generationen-compendium.de (E-Book). Hoff, A. & Hamblin, K. A. (2016) Comparing working carers’ reconciliation strategies in Europe. In: Reichert, M. et al. (eds.) Carers@Work – Working Carers of Older People in Europe. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften (143-185). Hamblin, K. A. & Hoff, A. (2016) Working carers in the UK: a careful balancing act. In: Reichert et al. (eds.) Carers@Work – Working Carers of Older People in Europe. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften (pp. 113-142). Hoff, A. (2015) Current and future challenges of family care in the UK. London: Government Office for Science. https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/454514/gs-15-18-future-ageing-family-care-er09.pdf Hoff, A., Thiele, G., Lässig, J. & Schulz, A. (2014) Realitätsnahe Information älterer Menschen mit dem VATI-Online-Navigator. In: Redlich, T. & Weidner, R. (Hrsg.) Technische Unterstützungssysteme, die die Menschen wirklich wollen. Hamburg: Helmut-Schmidt-Universität, S. 262-269. Hoff, A., Reichert, M., Hamblin, K., Perek-Bialas, J. & Principi, A. (2014) ‘Comparing working carers’ reconciliation strategies and company-based reconciliation policies and their effect on working carers’ well-being’. Vulnerable Groups and Inclusion, 5: 1-25. Lüscher, K. & Hoff, A. (2013) Intergenerational Ambivalence: Beyond Solidarity and Conflict. In: Albert, I. & Ferring, D. (eds.) Intergenerational Relations in Society and Family: European Perspectives. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 39-64.

Kairi Kasearu

Position: Associate Professor

Title: Dr.

Institutional affiliation and address:

Institute of Social Studies University of Tartu Lossi st 36-418 51003 Tartu

Link to webpage with actual cv:

https://www.etis.ee/Portal/Persons/Display/d1709c41-45cc-4092-8cd2-5cf7698b6728?tabId=CV_ENG

Email:

kairi.kasearu (at) ut.ee

Area of specialization, methodological expertise:

Research interests: family and intergenerational relations, changing family forms, fertility, social exclusion and vulnerability, work and family conflict, human resources.

Quantitative as well as qualitative methods

Experience with European and international data sources:

European Social Survey, Eurobarometer, European Value Survey, World Value Survey.

Current and recent research projects and funding relevant to InterFaSol:

“Care policies and family care from intergenerational perspective in Estonia: The ’crowding’ hypotheses revisited (1.01.2014−31.12.2016) (PI: D. Kutsar)

EU 7 FP project “FLOWS – Impact of local welfare systems on female labour force participation and social cohesion” (1.01.2011−30.04.2014)” (PI: Prof P. Jensen)

“Value of Children and Intergenerational Relations study” (In Estonia the survey was carried out in 2009) (PI: Prof. G. Trommsdorff and Prof. B. Nauck).

Languages of communication:

Estonian, English, German

Your recent publications:

Tamm, A; Kasearu, K; Tulviste, T; Trommsdorff, G (2017). Links between adolescents’ relationships with peers, parents and their values in three cultural contexts. Journal of Early Adolescence, x−x.

Wu, J., Kasearu, K., Värnik, A., Tooding, L.-M., Trommsdorff, G. (2016). Associations between quality of relationships and life satisfaction of older mothers in Estonia, Germany, Russia and China. Ageing and Society, 36 (06), 1272−1294, S0144686X15000355 .

Kiilo, Tatjana; Kasearu, Kairi; Kutsar, Dagmar (2016). Intergenerational family solidarity: Study of older migrants in Estonia. GeroPsych: The Journal of Gerontopsychology and Geriatric Psychiatry, 29 (2), 71−80, 10.1024/1662-9647/a000144.

Rootalu, Kadri; Kasearu, Kairi (2016). Adolescents’ Attitudes toward Divorce – Does Parental Influence Matter in a Changing Society? Journal of Divorce & Remarriage, 57 (5), 195−211, 10502556.2016.1150147.

Rootalu, Kadri; Kasearu, Kairi; Tooding, Liina-Mai (2016). Life Plans of Estonian Young Adults and their Realization: the Impact of Parental Divorce in the Context of Late Socialism and the Post-Socialist Transition. Journal of Comparative Family Studies, 47 (1), 111−131.

Kasearu, K.; Kutsar, D. (2013). Intergenerational solidarity in families: interplay between the family and the state. In: Isabelle Albert; Dieter Ferringl (Ed.). Intergenerational Relations: European Perspectives in Family and Society (25−38). The Policy Press.

Esther Martínez Pastor

Country: ES

Position: Assistant Professor

Title: Professor

Institutional affiliation and address:

Universidad Rey Juan Carlos Faculty of Communication Sciences Department of Communication and Sociology

Email:  esther.martinez.pastor (at) urjc.es

Area of specialization, methodological expertise:

Advertising and target adolescents and children, legal regulation, and public service advertising.

Languages of communication: Spanish, English and Italian

Recent publications:

Martínez, E., Nicolás, M.Á. & García, A. (2016). A theoretical review of the child socialisation process in Spain. Prisma Social, 1, pp.378-399. In http://www.isdfundacion.org/publicaciones/revista/numeros/N_Especial%201/secciones/tematica/pdf/14_nespecial_child-socialisation-378-399.pdf

Martínez Pastor, E. & Nicolás Ojeda, M. Á. (2015). Informe la publicidad de juguetes en TV durante las navidades de 2014-15. Análisis de los spots a la luz de los códigos deontológicos y jurídicos. OMV, Madrid.

Martínez Pastor, E. & Nicolás Ojeda, M. Á. (2014). Publicidad y juguetes: un análisis de la aplicación de los códigos deontológicos y jurídicos en los spots de juguetes durante la navidad 2015-16. OMV, Madrid

Martínez, E., Nicolás, M.Á. & Salas, Á. (2013). La representación de género en las campañas de publicidad de juguetes en Navidades (2009-12) [Gender Representation in Advertising of Toys in the Christmas Period (2009-12)]. Comunicar, 41, 187-194. https://doi.org/10.3916/C41-2013-18

Ausra Maslauskaite

Country: LT

Position: Professor of Sociology

Title: Professor

Institutional affiliation and address:

Department of Sociology Vytautas Magnus University Jonavos g. 66 Kaunas, Lithuania

Link to webpage with actual cv:

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Ausra_Maslauskaite/contributions

Phone number: +37068381070

Email: ausra.maslauskaite (at) vdu.lt

Area of specialization, methodological expertise:

Family demography and family sociology; union formation; union dissolution; non-marital fertility; single motherhood; post-divorce fatherhood; informal support networks; intergenerational relations; social exclusion; poverty; life course ; family policy.

Methodological expertise: quantitative methodology; biographical research.

Experience with European and international data sources:

Generations and Gender Survey; EU-SILC; European Value Survey; European Social Survey.

Current and recent research projects and funding relevant to InterFaSol:

  1. Intergenerational Relations and Divorce. Project financed by the Lithuanian Research Council.
  2.  Social exclusion and Social Participation in changing Lithuanian Society , financed by the European Structural Fund, 2012–2015.
  3. Generations and Gender Programme coordinated by UN EEC, 2005–20011.
  4. Fertility in Formerly Socialist Countries of Central and Eastern Europe: The role of Family Policies Affecting Childbearing. 2013-2015

In what other networks or COST initiatives are you involved?:

Reducing Old-Age Social Exclusion: Collaborations in Research and Policy (ROSEnet) CA15122

Languages of communication:

English, German, Russian

Links to institutional website, links to websites of projects where you are involved:

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Ausra_Maslauskaite/contributions

Your recent publications:

1. I. Kudinavičiūtė-Michailovienė, A. Maslauskaitė. 2016. Children’s maintenance fund in Lithuania: Legal and Sociological Aspects of its activities. In Bill Atkin, Fareda Banda (eds.) The International Survey of Family Law. Bristol: Jordan Publishing. 305-322. 2. Frejka T., Gietel-Basten, S., Jasilioniene, A. , Maslauskaite, A., Stankuniene, V. ir kt. 2016. Fertility and Family Policies in Central and Eastern Europe after 1990. Comparative Population Studies, Vol. 41 (1): 3-56. 3. Puur A., Rahu L., Maslauskaite A., Stankuniene V. 2016. The Transforming Education Gradient in Marital Disruption in Northern Europe: A Comparative Study Based on GGS Data. Journal of Comparative Family Studies. Vol. XLVII (1): 87 –111. 4. Maslauskaite A., Jasilioniene A., Jasilionis D., Stankuniene V., Shkolnikov V. 2015. Socio-economic determinants of divorce in Lithuania: Evidence from register-based census linked data. Demographic Research. Vol. 33 (30): 871–908. 5. Maslauskaite A., Baublyte M. 2015. Gendered paths to re-partnering after divorce in four Central European and Baltic countries. Czech Sociological Review. Vol. 51 (6): 1023–1046. 6. Maslauskaitė A., Baublytė M. 2015. Education and transition from cohabitation to marriage in Lithuania. The History of the Family. Vol. 20 (4): 563–579

FJMFFrancisco Javier Moreno-Fuentes

Country: ES

Position: Senior Researcher

Title: Dr.

Institutional affiliation and address: Institute of Public Goods and Policies (IPP)Spanish National Research Council (CSIC)C/Albasanz 26-28 Madrid, 28037 Spain

Email: javier.moreno(at)cchs.csic.es

Area of specialization, methodological expertise: Welfare Policies, Immigration

Current and recent research projects and funding relevant to InterFaSol: “Healthcare policies towards immigrant populations in Spain” (2014-2017). Study of access of undocumented immigrant populations in the Spanish healthcare system. “Immigration and the Welfare State in Spain” (2007-2010). Analysis of the impact on immigration on Spanish welfare policies.

Connections to stakeholders: Frequent contacts to policy-makers, practitioners and professionals of different social policy sectors (Long-term care, healthcare, etc.).

Languages of communication: English, French, Spanish Links to institutional website, links to websites of projects where you are involved: http://ipp.csic.es/es/personal/javier.moreno https://csic.academia.edu/FranciscoMoreno https://www.researchgate.net/profile/FJ_Fuentes

Recent publications: Moreno-Fuentes, F.J., and del Pino Matute, E. (Coord.) “Desafíos del estado de Bienestar en Noruega y España. Nuevas políticas para atender a los nuevos riesgos sociales”, Tecnos, Madrid 2015.

Moreno-Fuentes, F.J., and Marí-Klose, P. (Ed.) “The Mediterranean Welfare Regime and the Economic Crisis”, Special Issues as Books Series, Routledge, Oxforshire 2014.

Moreno Fuentes, F.J. and Bruquetas Callejo, M. “Inmigración y Estado de bienestar en España”, Colección de Estudios Sociales de ‘La Caixa’ nº 31, Barcelona 2011.

Calzada, I., Gómez-Garrido, M., Moreno, L., and Moreno Fuentes, F.J. “It’s not only about Equality. A Study on the other Values that ground Attitudes to the Welfare State”, in International Journal of Public Opinion Research, Vol. 26 (2), 2014: 178-201.

Hassenteufel, P., Smyrl, M., Genieys, W., and Moreno Fuentes, F.J. “Programmatic Actors and the Transformation of European Health Care States”, in Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, Vol. 35 (4), 2010: 517-538.

Isabelle Pannecoucke

Country: BE

Position: senior researcher

Title: Dr.

Institutional affiliation and address:

Ghent University – Faculty of Political and Social Sciences – Sociology Department – researchgroup POS+

KU Leuven – Faculty of Architecture – Housing and Urban Studies (HAuS)

Link to webpage with actual cv:

http://www.kuleuven.be/wieiswie/nl/person/00089558

Phone number: +32 (0)9 2646796

Email: isabelle.pannecoucke (at) kuleuven.be

Area of specialization, methodological expertise:

Sociology, urban sociology, housing, (child) poverty, social exclusion, qualitative research

Experience with European and international data sources:

EU SILC

Current and recent research projects and funding relevant to InterFaSol:

Federal Yearbook on Poverty in Belgium – the aim is to collect data and new research on poverty and current policy

Evolution of the urban poverty policies in big cities in Belgium – in which way cities develop policy in order to tackle poverty towards a more inclusive society

Movements of elderly – the research looks at the attitudes of elderly towards their housing situation, alternatives

What connections to stake holders:

Maintaining several contacts with policy-makers and professionals of the social sector

Languages of communication:

Dutch, English, French

Links to institutional website, links to websites of projects:

http://www.ugent.be/ps/sociologie/nl/onderzoek/posplus https://steunpuntwonen.be/ http://architectuur.kuleuven.be/onderzoek/society/

Your recent publications:

De Decker, P., Meeus, B., Pannecoucke, I. & Verstraete, J. (2014), De moeilijke oversteek. Wonen na verblijf in gevangenis, bijzondere jeugdzorg en psychiatrie, Antwerpen: Garant. (The difficult transition. Housing after staying in prison, special youthcare and psychiatry) Pannecoucke, I. et al. (2016). Armoede in België – jaarboek 2016. Gent: Academia Press (Poverty in Belgium – yearbook 2016) Pannecoucke, I. & P. De Decker (2014). Housing First: een alternatief voor de woonladder?. Leuven: Steunpunt Wonen.

George(Gino) Pavia

Country: MT

Position: Officer in Scale 5

Title: Mr.

Institutional affiliation and address:

Active Ageing and Community Care Directorate c/o Centru Servizz Anzjan, 3, Old Mint Street, Valletta VLT1510

within the Ministry for the Family and Social Solidarity Republic Street, Valletta

Phone number:

(00356)21231739 and mob. (00356)79694714

Email: george.pavia (at) gov.mt

Area of specialization, methodological expertise:

I am is a senior member of the civil service in Malta, with over 30 years experience in various senior managerial posts in healthcare settings. I hold a B.A. (Hons) in Public administration from the University of Malta (1986) and a Masters degree in Health Services Management from the University of Manchester, U.K. (1991). For the last 11 years and over, I occupied the post of Assistant Director, Elderly and Community Care Department within the Ministry for the Family and Social Solidarity. Previously, I occupied the post of Senior Hospital Manager in an acute hospital (1987 – 1996) and in an oncology hospital (1996 – 2005). As Malta’s delegate, I attended various international, UNECE and EU conferences related to elderly care.

Health Service Management :

06/1996 – 01/2005 Senior Hospital Administrator at Sir Paul Boffa Hospital, Harper Lane ,Floriana, Malta. Managing, planning and facilitating the implementation of strategic changes to improve Oncology, Dermatology and Rehabilitation services` delivery, coordinating of the hospital’s business planning process, planning and implementing hospital major and minor projects, implementing new policies and directives, and facilitating the implementation of ongoing changes within the various hospital departments, sections and units. Liaison officer between Sir Paul Boffa Hospital, the Ministry of Health, Ministry for Gozo and several NGO`s as regards Oncology, Dermatology and Rehabilitation services.

07/1987 – 05/1996 Senior Hospital Administrator at Gozo General Hospital, Victoria, Gozo, Malta Managing, planning and facilitating the implementation of strategic changes to improve Acute and Rehabilitation services` delivery, coordinating of the hospital’s business planning process, planning and implementing hospital major and minor projects, implementing new policies and directives, and facilitating the implementation of ongoing changes within the various hospital departments, sections and units. Liaison officer between Gozo General Hospital, the Ministry of Health, the Ministry for Gozo and several NGO`s as regards Acute and Rehabilitation services

Elderly Care Services Management:

February 2005 – up-to-September 2016, Assistant Director (Elderly and Community Care) within the Elderly and Community Care Department. Directly responsible in providing support to the Director for the Elderly and Community Care and substituting the Director in his/her absence. Concluding research and prepare draft policies as applicable in relation to the care of the Elderly residing in homes for the Aged and\or the Community. Day to day management of the Department’s One Stop Shop\Customer Care Office, namely Centru Serviz Anzjan at 3. Old Mint Street, Valletta VCT 1510. Co-ordinating the work of the main sections of the Department which provide various community services for the elderly including eight (8) government homes for the aged and thirteen (13) Public Private Partnership homes for the aged.

Experience with European and international data sources:

UNECE conferences and meetings on Elderly Care Services

EU conferences and meetings on Elderly Care Services

COST Action IS1311 Programme entitled ” Intergenerational Family Solidarity across Europe (2014-2018)”

Current and recent research projects and funding relevant to InterFaSol:

A Short Summary of the Scope and Intended Results of the Study being carried out by the INTERFASOL members from Rome and Malta, fostering International Cooperation between Italy and Malta

Abstract

This study examines the relationships between distress factors (i.e. burnout, compassion fatigue, depression, anxiety, and stress) among caregivers interacting with aging adults suffering from neurodegenerative diseases in Rome (Italy) and Malta. An initial survey was administered to participants in order to understand their socio-demographic characteristics, relationship with the patient, amount of time dedicated to caregiving, and other characteristics within the context of national policies in both countries. The following scales were used to measure distress factors: Burnout, Compassion Fatigue, and Vicarious Trauma Assessment; and Depression, Anxiety and Stress Scale (DASS-21). Although these constructs have been traditionally measured applied to professionals such as mental health practitioners, this study is aimed at verifying that also unpaid, informal caregivers experience similar distress factors. It is expected that results shall indicate a significant positive correlation between secondary traumatic stress and other distress factors, as well as a significant group difference between participants from Italy and Malta, with the latter coping better with stress, given more efficient national regulations and their better implementation in Malta. Keywords: caregivers, burnout, compassion fatigue, neurodegenerative diseases. Other networks or COST initiatives:

None

Connections to stake holders:

Ministry for Health

Ministry for Education

NGOs working with Older Persons in Malta

Languages of communication:

Maltese

English

Italian

Links to institutional website, links to websites of projects:

http://www.activeageing.gov.mt

Recent publications:

As part of participation in this EU COST Action IS1311 Programme, I recently published an article entitled “Care for Elderly People in Malta” in an International Book Publication “Solidarieta` Intergenerazionale Universo Argento”, edited by Laura Dryjanska & Roberto Giua and published by Edizione Accademiche Italiane, July 2016.

Abstract:

Malta is not an exception for population ageing. Malta was one of the first countries in 1968 to raise the issue of population ageing as one of global concern. The total population of Malta at the end of 2012, according to the 2011 Population Census report, amounted to 421,364. In 2012, nearly a quarter of this total population (102,026) are 60 years and over. The main objective of the Department for the Elderly and Community Care is that of providing a range of care services and other type of services according to the needs of older persons still living in the community as well as older persons living in long term care residences. The recently published National Strategic Policy for Active Ageing: Malta 2014-2020 is premised upon three major themes namely active participation in the labour market, participation in society amongst others intergenerational solidarity, and independent living. The author analyses the issue of population ageing in Malta, elderly services in Malta, long term care, and the government’s recent National Strategic Policy document and initiatives towards active ageing.

Key words Community services Long-term care National strategic policies

Ricardo Rodrigues

Country: AT

Position: Head of the Health and Care Unit

Title: Dr.

Institutional affiliation and address:

European Centre for Social Welfare Policy and Research Berggass 17, 1090 Vienna Austria

Link to webpage with actual cv:

http://www.euro.centre.org/detail_people.php?xml_id=1165

Phone number: +43-1-319 45 05-35

Email: rodrigues (at) euro.centre.org

Area of specialization, methodological expertise:

Long-term care, Inequalities in use of health and long-term care, User choice and competition, Comparative social policy, Quantitative research methods (multivariate Analysis, instrumental variables, survival models) and Qualitative research methods (systematic reviews, focus groups, semi-structured interviews).

Experience with European and international data sources:

SHARE, EU Labour Force Survey, EU-SILC, European. European Quality of Life Survey, Gender and Generations Survey

Current and recent research projects and funding relevant to InterFaSol:

Gender and Social Class Inequalities in Active Ageing, (2015-16) Project funded by the Swedish Ministry of Health and Social Affairs on the analysis of inequalities among older people of different socio-economic background and gender on employment, social participation, health and capabilities. Mobilising the Potential of Active Ageing in Europe (MOPACT) (2013-2017) EU FP-7 Project covering several dimensions of ageing and the contribution of older people to economic growth and society, namely through the provision of care (to older relatives and grandchildren).

In what other networks or COST initiatives:

COST Action IS1402 Ageism

Connections to stake holders:

The Institute to which I am affiliated is a member of Eurocarers and we also cooperate regularly with WHO-Europe, European Social Network, EUROFOUND. Governments of Austria, Sweden, Slovak Republic, Spain, Slovenia, Switzerland, Israel and Poland are members of the Board of Directors of the European Centre.

Languages of communication:

English, Portuguese, French and German

Links to institutional website, links to websites of projects: http://mopact.group.shef.ac.uk/

Recent publications:

“Fit for caring: factors associated with informal care provision by older caregivers with and without multimorbidity”, European Journal of Ageing, 2016 (Early view), DOI: 10.1007/s10433-016-0373-4 (with A. Schmidt, S. Ilinca , K. Schulmann, A. Principi, et al). “Measuring active and healthy ageing in Europe”, Journal of European Social Policy (forthcoming 2017, vol 27(2)). (with Zaidi, A., Gasior, K., Zolyomi, E., Schmidt, A.).

Luule Sakkeus

Country: EE

Position: Senior Research Fellow, Head

Title: Dr.

Institutional affiliation and address:

Tallinn University, Estonian Institute for Population Studies Narav Rd 25, Tallinn 10120, Estonia

Link to webpage with actual cv:

https://www.etis.ee/Portal/Persons/Display/8332dfd2-8d5e-49b5-abb6-3db74821a015?tabId=CV_ENG

Phone number: +3726454125

Email: luule.sakkeus (at) tlu.ee

Area of specialization, methodological expertise:

Health and disability related research Family formation processes and intergenerational links from demographic viewpoint Behavior patterns of foreign origin population Interactions between different processes during ageing, social networks (including households and families), objective and subjective health (including functional health) event history approach retrospective and longitudinal surveys

Experience with European and international data sources:

UN ECE PAU FFS UN ECE PAU GGS / GGP ESFRI SHARE ERIC European Health Interview Surveys (EHIS) European survey on income and living conditions (SILC)

Current and recent research projects and funding relevant to InterFaSol:

Families and Societies -Changing families and sustainable societies: Policy contexts and diversity over the life course and across generations (2013-2017) FP7. The analysis of the variety of partnership forms and life events In Europe and adequacy of policies in the context of changing family processes. www.familiesandsocieties.eu Russian families in different countries compared to the ethnic majority (2015-2017) ERANET-RUSplus. This project is devoted to the investigation of the differences in family formation patterns between Russians in the former Soviet Union countries and native (titular) population of the countries as well as Russia’s population. Our group will be focused on childbearing (number of children, timing, childlessness probabilities), marital behavior (marriages, divorces, cohabitations), the differences in the reproductive demographic events within the life circle. Implementation of SHARE in Estonia (2010-2018) -Survey on Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe. Max Planck Institute for Social Policy and Law, Munich Centre on Economics of Ageing (MEA). Facilitating data collection of longitudinal data in Estonia. Estonia has carried out waves 4, 5, 6 and is going to implement the life course modules in wave 7 (2017-2018).

Other networks or COST initiatives:

IS1402 –Ageism

CA1611-International Ethnic and Immigrant Minorities’ Survey Data Network

Connections to stake holders:

Member of the Bioethical Committee at the Ministry of Social Affairs, Estonia Member of Research Council on censuses at the Statistics Estonia

Languages of communication:

Estonian English Russian Understanding Finnish

Links to institutional website, links to websites of projects:

http://www.tlu.ee/en/Estonian-Institute-for-Population-Studies www.familiesandsocieties.eu www.share-project.org www.share-estonia.ee http://www.unece.org/population/ggp.html http://www.ggp-i.org/ http://www.multilinks-project.eu/

Recent publications:

Rahnu, Leen; Puur, Allan; Sakkeus, Luule; Klesment, Martin (2016). Report: Country-specific case studies on mixed marriages. Dynamics of mixed partnerships in Estonia. Families and Societies Working Paper Series, 57, 63−112. Sakkeus, Luule; Klesment, Martin; Puur, Allan (2016). Parental home characteristics of the 1924-1983 birth cohorts in Estonia. In: R. Nugin, A. Kannike, M. Raudsepp (Ed.). Generations in Estonia: Contemporary Perspectives on Turbulent Times (70−102). Tartu: University of Tartu Press. (Approaches to Culture Theory; 5). Sakkeus, L., Leppik, L. (toim.) (2016). Pilk hallile alale. SHARE Eesti uuringu esimene ülevaade ja soovitused eakate poliitika kujundamiseks. 257 lk. Tallinn, Tallinna Ülikool. [Sakkeus, L.; Leppik, L. (eds). (2016). Glance at the grey area. First overview of the SHARE Estonia and suggestions for policy makers in ageing policy. 257 pp. Tallinn, Tallinn University. In Estonian]

beate_schwarzBeate Schwarz

Country: CH

Position: Head of Section Developmental and Family Psychology

Title: Professor

Institutional affiliation and address:

Zurich University of Applied Sciences School of Applied Psychology Institute of Psychology Pfingstweidstr. 96 Post Box 707 8037 Zurich Switzerland

Email: beate.schwarz (at)zhaw.ch

Area of specialization, methodological expertise: developmental psychology with focus on family psychology, adolescent development and cross-cultural psychology; specific topics: Impact of divorce and interparental conflict on adolescent development; family diversity; intergenerational solidarity in adulthood; migrant families; students with children; well-being across the life-span; adolescent problem behavior; media use of children; early adversities

Experience with European and international data sources:

Value of Children and Intergenerational Relationship Study (PIs: Prof. Dr. Gisela Trommsdorff & Prof. Dr. Berhard Nauck)

Languages of communication: English, German

Links to institutional website, links to websites of projects:

https://www.zhaw.ch/de/psychologie/forschung/entwicklungs-und-familienpsychologie/  (in German)

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Beate_Schwarz2

https://www.zhaw.ch/de/psychologie/forschung/medienpsychologie/mediennutzung/mike/?pk_campaign=shortlink&pk_kwd=www.zhaw.ch%2Fpsychologie%2Fmike  (in German, factsheets are available in English and French)

Recent publications:

Krys, K., Vauclair, C.M., Lun, V. M.-C., Bond, M. H., Capaldi, C. A., Domínguez-Espinosa, A., Torres,C., Manickam, L. S. S., Lipp, O. V., Xing, C., Antalíková, R., Pavlopoulos, V., Teyssier, J., Hur, T., Hansen, K., Szarota, P., Ahmed; R. A., Burtceva, E., Chkhaidze, A., Cenko, E., Denoux, P., Fülöp, M., Hassan, A., Igbokwe, D. O., Işık, I., Javangwe, G., Malbran, M., Maricchiolo, F., Mikarsa, H., Miles, L. K., Nader, M., Park, J., Rizwan, M., Salem, R., Schwarz, B. , Shah, I. Sun, C. R., van Tilburg, W., Wagner, W., Wise, R., Angela Yu, A. A. (2016). Be careful where you smile: Culture shapes judgments of intelligence and honesty of smiling individuals. Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, 40, 101-116.

Mayer, B., Schwarz, B., & Trommsdorff, G. (2015, September). Adolescents’ Willingness for Intergenerational Support: Relations to Maternal Parenting and Life Satisfaction in 14 Cultures. Paper presented at the 17th European Conference of Developmental Psychology, Braga, Portugal.

Schaffhuser, K., Allemand, M., & Schwarz, B. (2016). Development of self-esteem and self-concepts during early adolescence: The role of gender, puberty, and school transition. Journal of Early Adolescence (online first). http://dx.doi.orfg/10.1177/0272431615624841

Schwarz, B. (2013). Intergenerational conflict: The case of adult children and their parents. In I. Albert & D. Ferring (Eds.), Intergenerational relations– European perspectives on family and society (pp. 131-145). Clifton, UK: Policy Press.

Schwarz, B. (2015, September). Being a Student with Child(ren): Stress and Enrichment. Poster presented at the 17th European Conference of Developmental Psychology, Braga, Portugal.

me2Carmit-Noa  Shpigelman

Country: IL

Position: Assistant Professor

Title: Dr.

Institutional affiliation and address: Department of Community Mental Health Faculty of Social Welfare and Health SciencesUniversity of Haifa 199 Aba-Khoushy Ave, Mount Carmel, HaifaIsrael 3498838 Email: carmits (at) univ.haifa.ac.il

Area of specialization, methodological expertise: Disability studies, mental health, and ICT. In particular, I focus on: – Well-being of people with disabilities – Families with disabilities – Online social and emotional support

Mixed-methods: Quantitative and qualitative.

Current and recent research projects and funding relevant to InterFaSol: – The needs, strengths and challenges of mothers with physical and sensory disabilities within the family context. – Interdenominational family solidarity among Arabic families with parental disability.

Languages of communication: English, Hebrew

Links to institutional website, links to websites of projects: http://hw.haifa.ac.il/index.php/en/menthalmain

Recent publications: – Shpigelman, C.N. (2015). How to support the needs of mothers with physical disabilities? Disability and Rehabilitation, 37(11), 928-935.

– Shpigelman, C. N. (2015). The voices of mothers with a physical disability. Israel Studies in Language and Society, 7(1-2), 184-199. [Hebrew].

– Berger, R., Gelkopf, M., Versano-Mor, K., Shpigelman, C. N. (2015). Impact of Exposure to Potentially Traumatic Events on Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities. American Journal on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, 120(2), 176-188.

– Shpigelman, C. N., & Gelkopf, M. (2016). The experiences and needs of individuals with disabilities exposed to chronic political violence. Disability and Rehabilitation. 

Svynarenko2Arseniy Svynarenko

Country: FI

Position: Researcher

Title: Dr.

Institutional affiliation and address: Finnish Youth Research Society, Asemapäällikönkatu 1 (2rd floor) FI-00520 Helsinki Finland

Email: Arseniy.Svynarenko (at) youthresearch.fi

Area of specialization, methodological expertize: Youth research, generations, values and citizenship in Finland, Ukraine and Russia. Quantitative and quaitative methods.

Current and recent research projects and funding relevant to InterFaSol: Digital Youth in Media City: Urban ethnographic discoveries on the streets and stations in Helsinki and Saint Petersburg. Research on urban digital life trends, confrontations, and control in everyday life of young people. Research is conducted in Helsinki (Finland) and Saint Petersburg (Russia).

Languages of communication: English, Finnish, Russian, Ukrainian

Links to institutional website, links to websites of projects where you are involved: Finnish Youth Research Society http://www.youthresearch.fi/ Digital Youth in Media City http://www.metroproject.net/

Ursula Trummer

Ursula Trummer

Country: AT

Position: Head of Center

Title: Dr.

Institutional affiliation and address:

Center for Health and Migration Wasagasse 12/3/5 1090 Vienna Austria

Link to webpage with actual cv:  http://c-hm.com/about-us/

Phone number: +43 660 152 9741

Email: ursula.trummer (at) c-hm.com

Area of specialization, methodological expertise:

Health and Migration, Intergenerational Solidarity of Migrant Families, Elderly Migrants in Receiving and Sending Countries, Public Health, Health Promotion Qualitative and Quantitative Methods, Mixed Methods, Economics

Experience with European and international data sources:

continuous work with data from Eurostat, OECD, IOM, WHO, EU-SILC, MIPEX

Current and recent research projects and funding relevant to InterFaSol:

Capacity Building for Migration Health Training, Research and Policy Analysis in the East African Community and the European Union particularly Austria in cooperation with College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Makerere University, Kampala/Uganda and Department of Nursing Science, University of Vienna/Austria 2016-2017

Thematic study on cost analysis of health care provision for migrants and ethnic minorities IOM Brussels 2014-2016

TOGETHER – To Get Health Care Empowerment by Recognising Care-Receivers‘ Needs Grundvig Strategic Partnerships for vocational education and training 2014-2016

Migrant Integration Policy Index (MIPEX) Health Strand: country study on Austria; within the joint initiative of IOM, COST-ADAPT and MPG (Migration Policy Group) IOM Brussels 2014-2015

Roma und Gesundheit (“Roma Health”) Bundeskanzleramt, Bundesministerium für Gesundheit, Bundesministerium für Europa, Integration und Äußeres 2013-2014

Interkulturelle Lebenswelt und Gesundheit von türkischen Frauen in Wien (“Interkultural Settings and Health of Turkish Women in Vienna”) 2013

Costs of Exclusion of (Un-)Documented Migrants from Health Care – Joint Research on Health and Migration in Asia and Europe ASEF Public Health Network 2012-2013

Other networks or COST initiatives:

COST-Action IS1402: Ageism – a multi-national, interdisciplinary perspective (2014-2018)

Connection to stake holders:

to NGOs working with vulnerable population groups, among them migrant families, unaccompanied children, Roma

Languages of communication:

English, German, Italian (basic)

Links to institutional website, links to websites of projects:

http://c-hm.com/

http://equi-health.eea.iom.int/

http://www.mipex.eu/

Publications:

(can all be downloaded at www.c-hm.com)

Trummer, Ursula; Wilczewska, Ina (2016): Public Policy, Immigrant Experience and Health Outcomes in Austria. In: Dennis Raphael (Ed.): Immigration in Modern Nations. Public Policy, Immigrant Experiences, and Health Outcomes. Canadian Scholars’ Press

Trummer, Ursula; Novak-Zezula, Sonja; Renner, Anna-Theresa; Wilczewska, Ina (2016): Cost savings through timely treatment for irregular migrants and EU citizens without insurance. Infographic and explanatory note. Commissioned by the International Organization for Migration (IOM), Migration Health Division, RO Brussels within the framework of the EQUI-HEALTH project “Fostering health provision for migrants, the Roma, and other vulnerable groups”. Vienna – Brussels.

Trummer, Ursula; Novak-Zezula, Sonja (2016): Gesundheitsversorgung von Flüchtlingen. Das österreichische Gesundheitswesen – ÖKZ. (2016) No 57, p. 13-14.

Trummer, Ursula; Simonnot, Nathalie; Vanbiervliet, Frank (2016): Access to Health Care for Undocumented Migrant Children. European Regulations and Practices. International Journal of Applied Ethics, Dilemata año 8 (2016) No 21, p. 21-34.

Trummer, Ursula; Novak-Zezula, Sonja; Wilczewska, Ina (2015): Roma & Gesundheit. Gesundheit, Gesundheitswissen und Zugang zur Gesundheitsversorgung. C-HM, Vienna.

Trummer, Ursula; Novak-Zezula, Sonja; Phua, Kai Hong; Griffiths, Sian; Chung, Roger & Yi, Huso (2014): Migrants and Healthcare. Social and Economic Approaches. ASEF Public Health Network.

Trummer, Ursula; Novak-Zezula, Sonja; Cigirli Zehra (2013): Interkulturelle Lebenswelt und Gesundheit von türkischen Frauen in Wien. Fact Sheet. Center for Health and Migration in Kooperation mit dem Institiut für Wirtschaftsgeographie und Geoinformatik der Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien.

Karl-Trummer, Ursula; Sardadvar, Sascha (2012): The interplay of health, migrant status and socioeconomic status in eight EU countries. In: David Ingleby, Allan Krasnik, Vincent Lorant & Oliver Razum (Eds.): COST Series on Health and Diversity Volume 1: Health inequalities and risk factors among migrants and ethnic minorities, Antwerp – Apeldoorn, Garant Publishers.

Cheryl Zlotnick

Cheryl Zlotnick

Country: IL

Position: Associate Professor and Head, International Study Abroad Program in Nursing

Title: Professor

Institutional affiliation and address:

Cheryl Zlotnick RN DrPH Associate Professor Head, International Study Abroad Program in Nursing Cheryl Spencer Department of Nursing, Faculty of Social Welfare and Health Sciences University of Haifa 199 Aba Khoushy Ave, Migdal Eskhol, 8th floor, #808 Mount Carmel, Haifa 3498838, Israel

Email: czlotnick (at) univ.haifa.ac.il

Area of specialization, methodological expertise:

The impact of family, peer and community relationships on health care utilization and health outcomes in at-risk and vulnerable populations

Current and recent research projects and funding relevant to InterFaSol:

The BYAIMS study, guided by Bronfenbrenner’s Bioecological Model, used a Community Participatory Based Research (CBPR) approach to examine influences on cardiovascular risk factors (CR) in adolescents. Bronfenbrenner’s model is comprised of macrosystem influences societal attitudes and governmental policies; exosystem influences from the health system; mesosystem influences from schools and peers; and microsystem influences of the family and child’s behaviors and attitudes.

Other networks or COST initiatives:

HOMELESS

Connections to stake holders:

CBPR-community advisory group

Languages of communication:

English Hebrew

Links to institutional website, links to websites of projects:

http://lecturers.haifa.ac.il/en/hw/czlotnick/Pages/default.aspx#

Recent publications:

Shpigelman C, Zlotnick C, & Brand, R. (2016) Measuring attitudes towards nurses with disabilities: A basis for promoting diversity. Journal of Nursing Education, 55(8), 441-449. DOI: 10.3928/01484834-20160715-04. (IF is 0.91, Q3, v)

Zlotnick C, Jones SM, Koren A, Peters A, Torsvik M, Saffer C & Wilhelm D. (2016). Work role perspectives of clinical instructors from three countries. Nursing Education Perspectives 37(5), 250-255. doi: 10.1097/01.NEP.0000000000000061 (Q1-Nursing, Q1-Education)

Zlotnick C, Finkelstein A, & Agmon M. (2016). A matched case-control study comparing the health status of youth village alumni in Israel to the general population. Health & Social Care in the Community. doi: 10.1111/hsc.12379 (IF is 1.151, Q1, v)

Zlotnick C, Goldblatt H, Carmeli D, Tayshaw O, & Shadmi E. (2016) Adolescent immigrants, the impact of gender on health status. European Journal of Public Health, 1-6. doi:10.1093/eurpub/ckw208 (IF is 2.751, Q1, v)


 

 

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