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A Decade of Healthy Ageing? What good looks like and how we get there

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A Decade of Healthy Ageing? What good looks like and how we get there

  1. 1. A Decade of Healthy Ageing? What good looks like and how we get there Join the conversation: @ilcuk #DecadeOfHealthyAgeing
  2. 2. Welcome and introduction from Chair Lily Parsey, Global Policy and Influencing Manager, ILC Join the conversation: @ilcuk #DecadeOfHealthyAgeing
  3. 3. Amal Abou Rafeh Chief of Programme, Ageing Unit, United Nations Join the conversation: @ilcuk #DecadeOfHealthyAgeing
  4. 4. Thank you.
  5. 5. Dr Jane Barratt Secretary General, International Federation on Ageing Join the conversation: @ilcuk #DecadeOfHealthyAgeing
  6. 6. July 23, 2020 Decade of Healthy Ageing? What good looks like and how do we get there.
  7. 7. 15 / INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION ON AGEING Healthy Ageing “as the process of developing and maintaining the functional ability that enables wellbeing in older age”
  8. 8. UN Vienna International Plan on Ageing, 1982 ** UN Madrid International Plan of Action on Ageing, 2002 UN Millenium Development Goals, 2000-2015 UN Sustainable Development Goals, 2015-2030 **UN Sustainable Development Goals, 2020-2030 ** UN High Level Political Forums ** UN Open-ended Working Group (Convention) WHO World Report on Ageing and Health, 2015 **WHO Global Strategy and Action Plan, 2016 **WHO / UN Decade of Healthy Ageing, 2020-2030 **WHO Global Priorities ** WHO Immunization Strategy 2021-2030 ** WHO Vision 2020 Strategy
  9. 9. 17 / INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION ON AGEING Decade Action Areas and key Sustainable Development Goals
  10. 10. 18 / INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION ON AGEING Strategic Priorities and Interventions Prevention Access Equity
  11. 11. 60% older adults have 2 or more underlying medical conditions COPD and diabetes are predictors of hospitalisation Diabetes mellitus (1.4x) COPD, asthma (1.3-13.5x) Chronic heart disease (3.3x) Torres, A., Blasi, F., Dartois, N. and Akova, M. 2015. Which individuals are at increased risk of pneumococcal disease and why? Impact of COPD, asthma, smoking, diabetes, and/or chronic heart disease on community-acquired pneumonia and invasive pneumococcal. Thorax, 0: 1-6.
  12. 12. 20 / INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION ON AGEING Brain mechanisms for preventive strategies in dementia
  13. 13. July 23, 2020 With thanks jbarratt@ifa.ngo www.ifa.ngo
  14. 14. James Appleby Chief Executive Officer, Gerontological Society of America Join the conversation: @ilcuk #DecadeOfHealthyAgeing
  15. 15. Ken Bluestone Head of Policy and Influencing, Age International Join the conversation: @ilcuk #DecadeOfHealthyAgeing
  16. 16. Prof Julie Byles Global Innovations Chair in Responsive Transitions in Health and Ageing, Newcastle University Head, ILC Australia Join the conversation: @ilcuk #DecadeOfHealthyAgeing
  17. 17. A decade of heathy ageing: What does it look like and how do we get there?. Professor Julie Byles Global Innovation Chair in Responsive Transitions in Health and Ageing 1946-51 1921-26 1996 45-50 70-75 2020 69-74 94-99 2030 79-84 Australian Longitudinal Study on Women’s Health
  18. 18. Healthy life expectancy at age 70 with and without diabetes TLE: 16.2 years HLE: 13.1 years ULE: 3.1 years HLE/TLE 81% TLE: 15.1 years HLE: 10.1 years ULE: 5.1 years HLE/TLE 67% 1946-51 cohort 16% Diabetes (around age 70) Better educated Higher BMI Past smokers 1921-26 cohort 8.4% Diabetes 70-75 21% Diabetes 80-85 Multiple morbidities Less educated Lower BMI Few past smokers 1921-26 cohort Wubishet, Harris, Forder, Byles. Age and cohort rise in diabetes prevalence among older Australian women. PLOS ONE 2020 15(6): Wubishet, Byles, Harris, Jagger. Impact of Diabetes on Life and Healthy Life Expectancy among Older Women, The Journals of Gerontology: Series A, advanced publication 2020
  19. 19. What does heathy ageing look like and how do we get there?. 1989-94 1973-78 1946-51 1921-26 2020 24-29 42-47 69-74 94-99 2030 34-39 52-57 79-84 Smoke less, higher BMI, more diabetes. Luo, Hodge, Hendryx, Byles. Diabetologia. 2020;63(3):519-527.
  20. 20. Q&A Please submit your questions via the Q&A tab at the bottom of your screen Join the conversation: @ilcuk #DecadeOfHealthyAgeing
  21. 21. Closing remarks Lily Parsey, Global Policy and Influencing Manager, ILC Join the conversation: @ilcuk #DecadeOfHealthyAgeing
  22. 22. Work with us Business intelligence: we’ll give you advance notice of our latest research, ad hoc briefings on areas of specific interest to your organisation, as well as a discount on any research you commission from us. Networks and connections: our Partners events have included visits to Number 10, briefings with prominent influencers, as well as the opportunity to meet ministers, policy experts and fellow Partners. Brand benefits: as a Partner your brand will be visible through our numerous events, press releases and presentations, and give you the opportunity to be positioned at the heart of the debate on longevity. For more information contact Redvers Lee: redverslee@ilcuk.org.uk
  23. 23. What happens next Delivering prevention across the world Identifying the challenges and solutions to an ageing workforce Date: Thursday, 20 August 2020 Time: 3.00pm – 5.00pm BST (10.00am – 12.00pm EDT)
  24. 24. Future of Ageing 2020: Together for tomorrow Date: Thursday, 3 December 2020 Time: 9.00am (for 9.30am) - 5.30pm Speakers include: Andrew Dilnot, Sir Jonathon Porritt, Will Moy and more. Register at: futureofageing.org.uk Join the conversation: @ilcuk #FutureOfAgeing
  25. 25. Thank you ilcuk.org.uk Join the conversation: @ilcuk #DecadeOfHealthyAgeing

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