Anders Wimo - Karolinska Institutet, Institutionen för Neurobiologi, Vårdvetenskap och Samhälle
SNAC-N has particularly focused on dementia, health economics, informal care, pharmaceuticals, functional capacity, and computing.
Responsible department/unitKarolinska Institutet, Institutionen för Neurobiologi, Vårdvetenskap och Samhälle
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Geographic location: Nordanstig Municipality
Medical and Health Sciences, Clinical Medicine, Geriatrics, Health Care Service and Management, Health Policy and Services and Health Economy, Nursing, Social Sciences Interdisciplinary (The Swedish standard of fields of research 2011)
weight (physiology), height (physiology), care of the elderly, aged, ageing, housing for the elderly, pensions, living conditions, mental health, age groups, health services, therapeutics, activities of daily living, physical examination, blood pressure, aged, 80 and over, blood specimen collection, epidemiologic studies, cohort studies, dental care for aged, data collection, health surveys, dementia, population characteristics, frail elderly, hearing, geriatric psychiatry, life style, interview, medicine, heart function tests, electrocardiography, follow-up studies, nursing care, geriatric nursing, memory, longitudinal studies, prospective studies, exercise, population surveillance, vision tests, social sciences, socioeconomic factors, risk factors, middle aged, mortality, marital status, cause of death, surveys and questionnaires, epidemiology, public health, health, health services research, economics, medical, health status, body weight, culture, drug utilization, retention, psychology, organizational innovation, retirement, interpersonal relations, registries, disease, hospitalization, morbidity, delivery of health care, social environment, social conditions, social problems, social support, vision, ocular, quality of life, housing conditions, leisure time activities, balance, near - towards a national e-infrastructure for aging research in sweden, walking test, respiratory function, blood count, concentrations capacity, assistance needs