Scenario Building and Evaluation for Older People in China

Karim Hadjri, Tulika Gadakari, Junjie Huang, Jingjing Wang

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Abstract

This Work Package also contributed a set of data to develop scenarios for China. This has allowed the synthesis of results from WP1 & 2 on longitudinal surveys which informed the scenario building. Further data results from WP3-5 were added to these scenarios to produce a coherent set of possible developments that China can benefit from in order to provide age-friendly environments and adequate care provision to its ageing population.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationODESSA: Optimising Care Delivery Models to Support Ageing-in-Place
Publisher University of Sheffield
Pages29-32
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - 2018

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Hadjri, K., Gadakari, T., Huang, J., & Wang, J. (2018). Scenario Building and Evaluation for Older People in China. In ODESSA: Optimising Care Delivery Models to Support Ageing-in-Place (pp. 29-32). University of Sheffield.

Scenario Building and Evaluation for Older People in China. / Hadjri, Karim; Gadakari, Tulika; Huang, Junjie; Wang, Jingjing.

ODESSA: Optimising Care Delivery Models to Support Ageing-in-Place. University of Sheffield, 2018. p. 29-32.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Hadjri, K, Gadakari, T, Huang, J & Wang, J 2018, Scenario Building and Evaluation for Older People in China. in ODESSA: Optimising Care Delivery Models to Support Ageing-in-Place. University of Sheffield, pp. 29-32.
Hadjri K, Gadakari T, Huang J, Wang J. Scenario Building and Evaluation for Older People in China. In ODESSA: Optimising Care Delivery Models to Support Ageing-in-Place. University of Sheffield. 2018. p. 29-32
Hadjri, Karim ; Gadakari, Tulika ; Huang, Junjie ; Wang, Jingjing. / Scenario Building and Evaluation for Older People in China. ODESSA: Optimising Care Delivery Models to Support Ageing-in-Place. University of Sheffield, 2018. pp. 29-32
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