Socioeconomic Disparities of Participation and Time Use among Disabled Older Americans (Latham)
Utilizing the Panel Study of Income Dynamics (PSID) supplementary Disability and Time Use (DUST) daily diary data, project will employ time use analysis to estimate participation and time use among disabled U.S. adults 60 years or older. 2012.
Early Life Family and Community Environment and Older Adult Health: Linking US Census Data from the Early 20th Century with Puerto Rican Survey Data (McEniry)
The overall goal of the proposed pilot project is to test the feasibility of building data linkages between a comprehensive and nationally representative survey of older Puerto Rican adults and US census data so that hypotheses regarding early life exposures (poor nutrition, infectious diseases, and poor socioeconomic conditions) and older adult health can be more rigorously examined. 2012.
Patient Long-Term Outcomes and Public Reporting of Hospital Quality (Nicholas)
This project proposes to use the Health and Retirement Study survey data linked to Medicare claims and measures of hospital quality to assess the relationship between currently reported measures and patient outcomes and to assess properties of patient self-report data for use as future quality measures. 2012.
Intergenerational Support and Caregiving in Late Life: The Role of Stepfamily (Sherman)
This pilot study will collect demographic information, family history, attitudes toward, and actual levels of, provision of support and care for parents and stepparents. Health and well-being will also be assessed. 2012.
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