Challenges of cross-national housing research with older persons: lessons from the ENABLE-AGE project.

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Challenges of cross-national housing research with older persons: lessons from the ENABLE-AGE project. / Iwarsson, Susanne; Wahl, HW.; Nygren, Carita.

I: European Journal of Ageing, Vol. 1, Nr. 1, 2004, s. 79-88.

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T1 - Challenges of cross-national housing research with older persons: lessons from the ENABLE-AGE project.

AU - Iwarsson, Susanne

AU - Wahl, HW.

AU - Nygren, Carita

N1 - The information about affiliations in this record was updated in December 2015. The record was previously connected to the following departments: Division of Occupational Therapy (Closed 2012) (013025000)

PY - 2004

Y1 - 2004

N2 - Although it is generally acknowledged that housing is a major issue regarding health in old and very old age, most empirical research still tends to treat the role of the housing environment in a rather superficial manner. The cross-national project Enabling Autonomy, Participation, and Well-Being in Old Age: The Home Environment as a Determinant for Healthy Ageing (ENABLE-AGE) seeks to make a substantial contribution to this shortcoming. The main objective of the project is to examine subjective and objective aspects of housing and their impact on health in very old age, while health is understood mainly in terms of autonomy, participation and well-being. The project involves five European Union member countries, i.e. Sweden (coordinating unit), Germany, the United Kingdom, Latvia and Hungary. The total sample includes 1,918 older adults in the age range of 75–89 years and living in single households. We provide a systematic analysis of major challenges coming with cross-national rese

AB - Although it is generally acknowledged that housing is a major issue regarding health in old and very old age, most empirical research still tends to treat the role of the housing environment in a rather superficial manner. The cross-national project Enabling Autonomy, Participation, and Well-Being in Old Age: The Home Environment as a Determinant for Healthy Ageing (ENABLE-AGE) seeks to make a substantial contribution to this shortcoming. The main objective of the project is to examine subjective and objective aspects of housing and their impact on health in very old age, while health is understood mainly in terms of autonomy, participation and well-being. The project involves five European Union member countries, i.e. Sweden (coordinating unit), Germany, the United Kingdom, Latvia and Hungary. The total sample includes 1,918 older adults in the age range of 75–89 years and living in single households. We provide a systematic analysis of major challenges coming with cross-national rese

KW - Accessibility

KW - Person-environment fit

KW - Very old age

KW - Health

KW - Housing

U2 - 10.1007/S10433-004-0010-5

DO - 10.1007/S10433-004-0010-5

M3 - Article

VL - 1

SP - 79

EP - 88

JO - European Journal of Ageing

JF - European Journal of Ageing

SN - 1613-9380

IS - 1

ER -