ToolKit eVITAL

Evaluación de los estilos de vida y hábitos saludables para el envejecimiento activo.

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  • 2006 SITUACION SOCIAL DE LOS MAYORES EN ANDALUCIA

    Interesante informe desarrollado por la Junta de Andalucia

  • 2007 SERVICES AND DIRECTORIES IN EUROPE FOR LONG TERM CARE

    The ‘Description and Evaluation of Services and Directories in Europe for Long Term Care’ (DESDE-LTC) is an instrument for the standardised description and classification of services for Long-Term Care (LTC) in Europe. DESDE-LTC has been designed to allow national and international comparisons.
    The eDESDE-LTC Nominal Group Report includes the procedure and the results of the nominal groups carried out in Austria, Bulgaria, UK (England), Norway, Slovenia and Spain for designing and improving the eDESDE-LTC instrument and coding system for its use for service comparison within the European Union.

  • 2009 LTC Experiences from regional public funding agencies

    There is an increasing demand of social and health services by persons with long-term care (LTC) needs. On the other hand the devolution process has shifted governance and funding to regional agencies in many EU countries. Regional agencies are getting an increasing role in funding LTC. Knowledge transfer (KT) plays a key role in the development of regional funding agencies, as they should cooperate with both local and national agencies as well as several European organisations and companies operating in their regions. The communication barriers between social and health services play a particular role at regional level.

  • 2010 A preliminary taxonomy mental health

    The classification and hierarchical ordering of the mental health indicators, the evaluation according to their level of relevance and their incorporation into a knowledge base are crucial for the development of a basic list of indicators for use in mental health planning.

  • 2010 Methodology for the development of a taxonomy and toolkit to evaluate health-related habits and lifestyle (eVITAL)

    In this protocol, we used forms of the community intelligence approach, including frame analysis, feasibility, and demonstration, to develop a clinical taxonomy and an online toolkit with standardized procedures for screening and evaluation of multiple domains of health, with a focus on longevity and the goal of integrating the toolkit into routine clinical practice.

  • 2012 CARTA DE LA DECLARACION DE TORONTO (Ingles)

  • 2012 DECLARACION DE TORONTO (Inglés)

    The Toronto Declaration is the result of a wonderful collaborative effort by an international group of leading researchers, practitioners, and policy experts in aging and disability to build awareness in bridging knowledge across networks lines between aging and disability, and to illicit your feedback and potential endorsement. The Declaration is also posted on the Festival of International Conferences on Caregiving, Disability, Aging and Technology (FICCDAT) website at
    http://www.ficcdat.ca/main.cfm?cid=1793.

  • 2012 DECLARACION DE TORONTO PUBLICACION

    Publicación de la Declaración de Toronto en la revista International Journal of Integrated Care – Volume 12, 16 November – URN:NBN:NL:UI:10-1-113857 – http://www.ijic.org/

  • 2012 eVITAL: A Preliminary Taxonomy and Electronic Toolkit of Health-Related Habits and Lifestyle

    We present the first taxonomy of HrH, which may aid the development of the new models of care such as the personal contextual factors of the International Classification of Functioning (ICF) and the positive and negative components of the multilevel person-centered integrative diagnosis model.

  • 2012 Manifiesto para una Política de Envejecimiento Activo

    La AECES se suma al Manifiesto para una Política de Envejecimiento Activo, propuesto por la Fundación Pilares para la Autonomía Personal y Asociación Mayores XXI