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12th to 14th of September 2024

7th International conference on evidence-based policy and long-term care, Bilbao, Spain

ILPN2024 – ABSTRACTS

ILPN2024 – ABSTRACTS

The ILPN2024 Conference Organising Committee is delighted to invite you to submit abstracts for individual presentations and organised sessions.

KEY DATES

Deadline for submission of abstract: 16.00 (GMT) on 22 April 2024
Acceptance notification: 10 May 2024

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

Abstracts may be submitted for both individual presentations and organised sessions (maximum of 4 presentations per session).

For individual abstracts, please provide the following information:

  • Title of the presentation
  • Name(s), affiliation(s) and email address(es) of the presenter and all co-authors
  • Abstract (300–500 words covering objectives, methods, results and conclusions)
  • LTC-topics addressed

For organised sessions, please provide the following information:

  • Title of the session
  • Session convenor(s): name(s), affiliation(s) and email address(es)
  • Abstract of the session (300 words on the background and objectives of the session)
  • LTC-topics addressed
  • For each presentation:
    • Title of the presentation
    • Name(s), affiliation(s) and email address(es) of the presenter and all co-authors
    • Abstract (300 words covering objectives, methods, results and conclusions)

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Key topics include:

  • the organisation, delivery and regulation of long-term care services
  • payment schemes and funding of long-term care
  • prevention strategies in long-term care
  • innovations in long-term care
  • aspects of integrated care
  • dementia care
  • digitalisation, big data and long-term care
  • measuring effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of long-term care service provision
  • projections of long-term care (service) demand and supply
  • the impact of COVID on long-term care systems
  • long-term care workforce
  • migration and long-term care
  • volunteering and long-term care
  • the provision and support of informal care
  • gender issues in long-term care provision
  • austerity / welfare state retrenchment and long-term care
  • long-term care in middle and low income countries
  • international comparisons of long-term care systems
  • long-term care markets
  • ageing and inequality: implications for long-term care
  • long-term care innovation.

Abstracts on other relevant evidence-based LTC policy topics will also be considered.

Organised by: International Long Term Care Network. Co-organisers: The London School of Economics and Political Science & Bizkaia - Foru Aldundia Diputación Foral