Below you will find the research that have been funded within the area of elderly and ageing 2020. All links below lead to the Swecris database. The database enables you to search, compare and produce statistics for Swedish research projects.

Increased knowledge on elderly care 2020

In total, around SEK 6 million is reserved for 2020.

Funded research

Effectiveness of interventions to address the negative health outcomes of informal caregiving to older adults: an umbrella review

Long-term care and COVID-19 – A Systematic Scoping Review

Aging in a foreign country

Nurses’ experiences concerning prioritization for health and wellbeing of older nursing home residents during the COVID-19 pandemic in Sweden: a qualitative study

Impact of national Covid-19-related policies on loneliness among elderly receiving elderly care: a total population survey during the early stage of the Covid-19 pandemic

Reducing loneliness among older adults in times of covid-19 and beyond: Experiences from three Swedish municipalities

Knowledge to Action in Municipality-based Health C are for Older People: What are the Incentives, Hindrances and Needs Identified by Registered Health C are Professionals?

Impact of organisational resources for operative managers and employees work to support userimpact

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The call “Increased knowledge on elderly care 2020”

Granted applications within the call ”Increased knowledge on elderly care 2020”


JPI MYBL: Equality and Wellbeing across Generations

Transnational projects.

Funded research

Alone but connected? Digital (in)equalities in care work and generational relationships among older people living alone

Care, Inequality & Wellbeing in Transnational Families in Europe: a transnational intergenerational study in Spain, France, Sweden & UK (CAREWELL-TF)

Unequal ageing: life-expectancy, care needs and reforms to the welfare state

Exclusion from civic engagement of a diverse older population: Features, experiences, and policy implications

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The call “JPI MYBL: Equality and Wellbeing across Generations

Granted applications within the call ”JPI MYBL – Equality and Wellbeing across Generations 2020”