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Ageing and frailty in Norway and Russia

Seminar October 12-13th 2021, Moscow, Russia
With this 2-day seminar, we aim to bring together scholars in the field of ageing and frailty for knowledge sharing and networking. Building on the International project on cardiovascular disease in Russia (IPCDR) and the Know Your Heart (KYH) study, we have initiated a project focusing on early ageing in Russia and Norway. The project is lead by Senior Scientist Bjørn Heine Strand at the Norwegian Institute of Public Health (NIPH), and the project team consists of Dr. Alexander Kudryavtsev, Northern State Medical University (NSMU), coordinator of Heart to Heart collaboration Dr. Laila Hopstock (UiT The Arctic University of Norway), and principal investigator of IPCDR Prof. David Leon, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) / National Research University Higher School of Economics (HSE University). The seminar will be a combination of an online and a physical meeting. It is kindly hosted by the HSE University in Moscow with the assistance of Dr. Vladimir Shkolnikov, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research (MPIDR) and HSE University.     


Program, Day 1 – October 12th

Moscow time

 

1145-1300

     Registration and opening lunch (for participants present in Moscow)

1300-1305

Welcome

(Dr Alexander Kudryavtsev, NSMU/Dr Bjørn Heine Strand, NIPH)

1305-1325

Demography of ageing in Russia

(Dr Vladimir Shkolnikov, MPIDR/HSE)

1325-1345

Demography of ageing in Norway

(Prof Vegard Skirbekk, NIPH)

1345-1350

Short discussion on the two talks by Shkolnikov and Skirbekk. The demographic situation, what to expect in the coming decades? (Chair: Strand)

1350-1405

Physical capability and ageing

(Prof Rachel Cooper, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK)

1405-1420

Social factors of frailty in the elderly in Russia: results from EVKALIPT study

(Ekena Selezneva, Senior Research Fellow at the Institute for Social Policy, HSE University)

1420-1450

      Coffee break

1450-1505

Cross country comparisons of grip strength – Russia versus Norway in the Know Your Heart Study (Strand)

1505-1520

Grip strength’s usefulness as a predictor of mortality and both cognitive and physical decline in older adults in northwest Russia

(Anna Turusheva, Associated professor, The North-Western State medical University, St-Petersburg)

1520-1535

Data sources, Russia I:  The Crystal Study

(Prof Elena Frolova, The North-Western State medical University, St-Petersburg)

1535-1550

Gender paradox in the elderly Russian population

(Dr Asiia Imaeva, National Medical Research Center for Therapy and Preventive Medicine, Moscow)

1550-1605

Data sources, Russia II:  ESSE

(Dr Alexander Kudryavtsev)

1605-1610

Wrap up day 1

(Chair: Strand/Kudryavtsev)

 

    Dinner in the evening

 

Program, Day 2 – October 13th

1030-1100

    Coffee and mingle

1100-1120

Policies on ageing research in Russia – how to tackle the challenges of an ageing population? (Prof Olga Tkacheva, Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University (RNRMU), Russian Clinical Research Center for Gerontology)

1120-1140

Policies on ageing research in Norway – how to tackle the challenges of an ageing population? (HOD?)

1140-1150

Discussion on the two previous talks on policies

(Chair: Oksana Sinyavskaya, Head of the Centre for Comprehensive Social Policy Studies, HSE University)

1150-1205

Data sources in Russia III: Sociological data on ageing in Russia: opportunities and limitations

(Oksana Sinyavskaya)

1205-1225

Ageing hearts – The Heart to Heart Study

(Prof David Leon, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, London, UK)

1225-1340

      Lunch

1340-1355

Data sources, Norway I: The Tromsø Study

(Dr Laila Hopstock, UiT The Arctic University, Tromsø, Norway)

1355-1410

Data sources, Norway II: The NorLag Study

(Dr Marijke Veenstra, NOVA, Norway)

1410-1425

Data sources, Norway III: The HUNT Study

(Dr Håvard Skjellegrind, NTNU, Norway)

1425-1440

Prevalence of sarcopenia and association with objectively measured physical activity: The Tromsø Study

 (Dr Jonas Johansson, UiT The Arctic University, Tromsø, Norway)

1440-1500

Discussion, wrap up

Date: October 12th-13th 2021·     
Venue: HSE University, 11 Myasnitskaya Ulitsa, room 508
Working language will be English/Russian (simultaneous translation).

Registration for the seminar is on the link.
The number of off-line participants is limited. Registered participants who will be on-line will be sent a link to the conference the day before the seminar.
If you have any problems with registration and connection to the seminar, you can write to Vera Sokolova by e-mail: vsokolova@hse.ru