SDG 3: Healthy ageing and the need for long-term care systems
About the Speaker
Professor Anne-Margriet Pot, World Health Organization
Anne Margriet Pot joined the WHO in 2014 and works with both the Department of Ageing and Life Course and the Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse. Her areas or speciality are dementia, ageing and long-term care. She contributed to the development of the World report on ageing and health and is involved in the development and evaluation of iSupport, a global e-health portal for caregivers of people with dementia.
Anne Margriet Pot has published over 200 scientific and professional publications in her areas of speciality, and is the main editor of the Dutch manual on Geropsychology. In recent years, her research focused on the development of evidence-based interventions for older people and their caregivers and the evaluation of the quality of care. She was founder and principal investigator of two national studies, a trend study on Living Arrangements for people with Dementia (LAD-study), and one on outpatient psychiatric care for older adults (MEMO).
This event is part of a seminar series:
Trinity 2018 Seminar Series: Leave No One Behind – Sustainable Development Goals, Ageing and Global Development
Trinity Term 2018 Seminar Series Leave No One Behind – Sustainable Development Goals, Ageing and Global Development Convener: Dr Jaco Hoffman Globally, life expectancy at birth has increased by more than 30 years over the last century during which, at the same time, fertility declined. This altering of the population structure in developed as well as developing regions across the...
03 May 2018 14:00 - 15:30
Oxford Institute of Population Ageing
66 Banbury Road, Oxford, OX2 6PR