Session 138:
Public Health Implications of Health in Late Life

Friday, May 1
2:30 PM - 4:20 PM
Duluth
Level 5

Chair: Allison Aiello, University of Michigan
Discussant: Emily M. Agree, Johns Hopkins University

  1. Gender, Living Arrangements and Social Circumstances as Determinants of Entry into and Exit from Long-Term Institutional Care at Older Ages: A Six-Year Follow-Up Study of Older FinnsPekka Martikainen, University of Helsinki; Heta Moustgaard, University of Helsinki; Michael Murphy, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE); Elena Nihtilä, University of Helsinki

  2. Preventive Health Care in Contemporary Japan: Innovative Solutions to the Challenges of an Aging PopulationKatrina Moore, Harvard University

  3. Can Food Stamp Receipt Improve Diabetes Control and Reduce Medicare Costs for Elderly Diabetics? Evidence from Biomarker DataLauren H. Nicholas, University of Michigan

  4. Disaggregating Risks Profiles for HIV/AIDS Exposure, Infection and Survival among Those Aged 50 and Older: Interpreting Bimodal Infection ModelsJames W. McNally, University of Michigan; Martha Sayre, University of Michigan; Voon Chin Phua, Gettysburg College

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