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Understanding Health and Social Challenges for Aging and Long-Term Care in China

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Wei Yang, Bei Wu, Si Ying Tan, Bingqin Li, Vivian W.Q. Lou, Zhuo Chen, Xi Chen, James Rupert Fletcher, Ludovico Carrino, Bo Hu, Anwen Zhang, Min Hu, Yixiao Wang

Original languageEnglish
Accepted/In press1 Jan 2020

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The second King’s College London Symposium on Ageing and Long-term Care in China was convened from 4 to 5th July 2019 at King’s College London in London. The aim of the Symposium was to have a better understanding of health and social challenges for aging and long-term care in China. This symposium draws research insights from a wide range of disciplines, including economics, public policy, demography, gerontology, public health and sociology. A total of 20 participants from eight countries, seek to identify the key issues and research priorities in the area of aging and long-term care in China. The results published here are a synthesis of the top four research areas that represent the perspectives from some of the leading researchers in the field.

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