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CfP – Tackling Long-Term Care Needs in Ageing Societies in (Post) Pandemic Times: Multidisciplinary Research Approaches in an International Perspective

Deadline 31.07.2022

This Special Issue seeks after theoretical and empirical papers that deal with long-term care challenges at local, national and international level, and at possible strategies for addressing them. Submissions may investigate policy issues in regards with the role played by public and private (including profit and non-profit) stakeholders in this field, and also analyse how dynamics and interactions may be changing to take into account the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Papers may also consider how worldwide phenomena like rising life expectancy and population aging might challenge societal arrangements and healthcare systems throughout the developed world. Longevity is one of the greatest achievements attained in the recent past due to scientific, social and technological progress, and papers focusing on the analysis of longevity patterns and its relation with health, social and long-term care aspects are welcome. We encourage particularly authors to submit comparative papers and articles from low and middle-income countries.

  1. Among the topics that this Special Issue is willing to host are especially (albeit not exclusively) the following:
  2. Longevity and long-term care needs
  3. Informal care
  4. Formal care
  5. Migrant care work
  6. Forgone interventions
  7. Labour challenges in the health, social and/or long-term care market
  8. Health, social and/or long-term care inequalities among older adults and their families
  9. Public vs. private (profit or non-profit) care service provision
  10. Policy interventions and financing of health, social and/or long-term care services
  11. Costs of health, social and long-term care services
  12. Financial burden of care
  13. Medical costs (e.g. for medication, treatments) and other economic components of care provision
  14. Occupational hazards of care professions and the impacts of the pandemic in workers well-being
  15. Prevention of infection spread in nursing homes
  16. The role of technology in LTC and in the development of assisted environments
  17. Quality of care
  18. The impact of stereotypes and ageism in the management of COVID-19 in LTC facilities

Mehr Informationen unter https://www.mdpi.com/journal/ijerph/special_issues/Long_Term_Care_Needs_Ageing_Societies

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