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2016 | 43 | 7(508) | 12-21
Article title

ZDROWIE I FUNKCJONOWANIE FIZYCZNE W POPULACJI 50+ W ANALIZACH OPARTYCH NA DANYCH SHARE

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HEALTH AND PHYSICAL FUNCTIONING OF THE 50+ POPULATION IN RESEARCH BASED ON SHARE DATA
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Celem artykułu jest przegląd publikacji wykorzystujących narzędzia oraz bazy danych zebrane w ramach projektu SHARE dotyczących problemów zdrowia i funkcjonowania fizycznego, zdrowia psychicznego, czynników ryzyka, starzenia się populacji i konsekwencji zdrowotnych. Dane z badania SHARE wykorzystano do licznych analiz dotyczących zdrowia, w szczególności do oceny stanu zdrowia oraz rozpowszechnienia stanów chorobowych, oceny funkcjonowania fizycznego i czynników ryzyka. Wiele badań na podstawie danych SHARE służy do oceny zastosowanych skal badawczych w odniesieniu do porównań międzynarodowych oraz pomiędzy podgrupami badanych populacji w wieku 50+.
EN
The main goal of this article is to review publications using tools and databases collected within the SHARE project that concerns problems of health and physical functioning, mental health, risk fac­ors, aging population and its health consequences. Data from SHARE study were used in many analyzes concerning health, especially to assess the health status and the prevalence of disease conditions, assess conditions of physical functioning and risk factors. Moreover, studies based on SHARE data are used to assess the comparability of scale in relation to international comparisons and between subgroups of studied population aged 50+.
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43
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12-21
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Contributors
  • Collegium Medicum, Uniwersytet Jagielloński; Uniwersytet Medyczny we Wrocławiu
  • Fundacja Innowacyjności i Rozwoju im. Kazimierza Wielkiego
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