On December 8th, SNAC-K together with the other SNAC sites has started a series of online seminars for the Ministry of Health and Social Affairs. On this first seminar Bettina Meinow and Åsa von Berens
The Swedish National study on Aging and Care in Kungsholmen
SNAC-K is conducted by the Stockholm Gerontology Research Center in collaboration with Aging Research Center (ARC), Karolinska Institutet.
SNAC-K includes two studies – SNAC-K population study and SNAC-K care system study.
In 1999 the Swedish Ministry for Social Affairs promoted and supported a national project aimed at monitoring and evaluating the care-of-the-elderly system in Sweden. To achieve these aims, four longitudinal individual-based data collection describing the aging process and encompassing the care system as whole, has been initiated. This project was named The Swedish National study on Aging and Care (SNAC).
SNAC-K is one of the four subprojects included in SNAC. Ultimate goal of SNAC-K is to understand the aging process, and to identify possible preventive strategies to improve health and care in elderly adults.
A day in the spirit of ageing
On a sunny afternoon in October, several hundred people gathered in the Aula Medica at Karolinska Institutet in Solna. Study participants in the extensive SNAC-K study had been invited by the Stockholm Gerontology Research Center
Interplay between somatic disease burden and depression in late life
Hi there Federico Triolo! October 25 2023, you defend your thesis entitled “Depression and chronic diseases in old age: understanding their interplay for better health”. What is the main focus? The primary aim of my