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Successful ageing in long-term care: International comparison and lesson learning. Dr Henglien Lisa Chen Lecturer in Social Work Scholl of Education and Social Work University of Sussex h.l.chen@sussex.ac.uk. Context. Research aim and objectives Research method and methodology

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successful ageing in long term care international comparison and lesson learning

Successful ageing in long-term care: Internationalcomparison and lesson learning

Dr Henglien Lisa Chen

Lecturer in Social Work

Scholl of Education and Social Work

University of Sussex

h.l.chen@sussex.ac.uk

context
Context
  • Research aim and objectives
  • Research method and methodology
  • Key findings
research aim and objectives
Research aim and objectives

Netherlands

To understand and evaluate current systems of care:

  • To discover how long-term care of older people was provided in different countries and how their needs and interests were being identified and met
  • To obtain a better understanding of the implications of long-term care for different welfare systems and to identify the factors that influenced the successful ageing of individuals being cared for

England

Taiwan

successful ageing in ltc key dimensions
Successful ageing in LTC: Key dimensions

QoL

Success-ful ageing

In

LTC

QoC

Resources

+

Partnership

design and method

Civil servants, national NGOs, senior officials

Local administrators,

service providers

Assessors, formal carers, informal carers

Service users

Design and Method
  • Semi-structured interviews
    • Informal carer (6 in England, 1 in the Netherlands and 3 in Taiwan)
    • Formal care (5 in England, 9 in the Netherlands and 9 in Taiwan)
    • Assessor (11 in England, 8 in the Netherlands and 11 in Taiwan)
    • Service providers (10 in England, 7 in the Netherlands and 8 in Taiwan)
    • Local administrators (4 in England, 4 in the Netherlands and 6 in Taiwan)
    • Civil servants and national NGOs official (3 in England, 4 in the Netherlands and 6 in Taiwan )
key findings

Key Findings

Perspective at

the macro, meso and micro levels

references
References
  • Chen, H.L. (under-review) ’The quantity and quality of care workers in long-term care for older people: challenges and responses’, International Journal of Social Welfare
  • Chen, H.L. (in press) ‘Cross-national qualitative research into the long-term care of older people: some reflections on method and methodology’, European Journal of Social Work.
  • Chen, H.L., (2010) ‘Cross-national inequalities: long-term care provision in the East and West’, International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, vol. 30, no 3/4, pp. 167-181.
  • Chen, H. L., (2009) ‘Successful ageing among older people needing care: International comparisons seeking solutions’, Journal of Social & Public Policy Review, vol. 3, no 1. pp. 1-16.
  • Chen, H. L., (2007) ‘Power and autonomy of older people in long-term care: cross-national comparison and learning’, in Clarke, K. (ed.), Social Policy Review 19, Bristol: The Policy Press. pp. 177-203.
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Successful ageing in long-term care: Internationalcomparison and lesson learning

Dr Henglien Lisa Chen

Lecturer in Social Work

University of Sussex, England

h.l.chen@sussex.ac.uk