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Delivering prevention in an ageing
world: Democratising access to
prevention
consultation
@ilcuk
#DeliveringPrevention
Welcome
Professor Julie Byles, Director, Centre for Women’s
Research, Newcastle University, ILC Global Alliance
@ilcuk
#De...
Presentation of consultation
paper
Arun Himawan, Research Fellow, ILC
@ilcuk
#DeliveringPrevention
What we’ve done, and where we are now
The Delivering prevention in an ageing world programme reflects the urgent
need for ...
Our programme of work
• Focused on the role of healthcare systems
• Focuses on G20 countries
• Focuses on prevention acros...
Democratising access to prevention
• Democratising access is vital if we want individuals to live
longer, healthier lives....
Making prevention convenient
• Mobile health clinics and community
pharmacies operating in the hearts of
communities
• Del...
Ensuring cost is no barrier
• Minimising co-payment charges for outpatient prescribed
medicines
• The role of employers in...
Tailoring prevention
• Apps to help people manage their health
• Accessible technologies that are tailored to meet
the nee...
Improving health literacy through co-
production
• Using performance skits to engage ethnic minorities in
care homes
• Pro...
Addressing ageism
• Empowering older adults to take control of their health
Do you have any examples of healthcare systems...
What else have we missed?
What other mechanisms and levers are important in
democratising access to prevention in an agein...
Roundtable discussion
@ilcuk
#DeliveringPrevention
Closing remarks
Professor Julie Byles, Director, Centre for Women’s
Research, Newcastle University, ILC Global Alliance
@i...
Delivering prevention in an ageing
world
@ilcuk
#DeliveringPrevention
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ILC expert roundtable: Delivering prevention in an ageing world - Democratising access to prevention

During this roundtable, we shared a draft consultation paper, collating insights from ongoing discussions with stakeholders on what works in making prevention easy and accessible to all, including learnings from the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

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ILC expert roundtable: Delivering prevention in an ageing world - Democratising access to prevention

  1. 1. Delivering prevention in an ageing world: Democratising access to prevention consultation @ilcuk #DeliveringPrevention
  2. 2. Welcome Professor Julie Byles, Director, Centre for Women’s Research, Newcastle University, ILC Global Alliance @ilcuk #DeliveringPrevention
  3. 3. Presentation of consultation paper Arun Himawan, Research Fellow, ILC @ilcuk #DeliveringPrevention
  4. 4. What we’ve done, and where we are now The Delivering prevention in an ageing world programme reflects the urgent need for G20 governments to match commitment with action, by: 1. Democratising access to prevention 2. Inspiring and Engaging policy makers, healthcare professionals and individuals 3. Effectively utilising technology
  5. 5. Our programme of work • Focused on the role of healthcare systems • Focuses on G20 countries • Focuses on prevention across the life course, with particular attention to older adults
  6. 6. Democratising access to prevention • Democratising access is vital if we want individuals to live longer, healthier lives. • We’ve identified five key criteria for democratising access to preventative healthcare:  Make prevention convenient  Ensure that cost is no barrier  Tailor prevention  Improve health literacy through co-production  Address ageism
  7. 7. Making prevention convenient • Mobile health clinics and community pharmacies operating in the hearts of communities • Delivering prevention to people’s homes and to their work • Using drones to deliver healthcare How else can we make prevention more convenient and what barriers do healthcare systems face in making prevention more convenient? HelpAge India’s mobile health Units
  8. 8. Ensuring cost is no barrier • Minimising co-payment charges for outpatient prescribed medicines • The role of employers in reducing indirect costs to prevention What prevents countries from eliminating or reducing outpatient medicinal co-payments for economically vulnerable people? How might we encourage more employers to help reduce out-of- pocket charges and how could this be facilitated by healthcare systems or governments?
  9. 9. Tailoring prevention • Apps to help people manage their health • Accessible technologies that are tailored to meet the needs of individuals with poor digital literacy skills and physical disabilities • Partnering with charities to reach underserved communities How can we use data and technological interventions to tailor preventative services to the needs of individuals? How can healthcare systems better facilitate partnerships with charities and community organisations to deliver tailored services? University of Ottawa
  10. 10. Improving health literacy through co- production • Using performance skits to engage ethnic minorities in care homes • Promoting healthy ageing among deprived older adults Do you have any other examples of interventions that have used co- production to improve health literacy?
  11. 11. Addressing ageism • Empowering older adults to take control of their health Do you have any examples of healthcare systems successfully implementing a life course approach to preventative health; how have they achieved this? How can we tackle ageism in the healthcare system? What can we do to address ageism on the part of healthcare professionals?
  12. 12. What else have we missed? What other mechanisms and levers are important in democratising access to prevention in an ageing world? Can you share other examples of interventions that successfully democratise access to prevention?
  13. 13. Roundtable discussion @ilcuk #DeliveringPrevention
  14. 14. Closing remarks Professor Julie Byles, Director, Centre for Women’s Research, Newcastle University, ILC Global Alliance @ilcuk #DeliveringPrevention
  15. 15. Delivering prevention in an ageing world @ilcuk #DeliveringPrevention

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