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Friday Morning Seminar - May 6 with Arthur Kleinman - Shared screen with speaker view
Iman Roushdy
31:32
please mute
jike bai
31:40
https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fpubh.2021.729149/full
jike bai
32:02
Kleinman A, Chen H, Levkoff SE, Forsyth A, Bloom DE, Yip W, Khanna T, Walsh CJ, Perry D, Seely EW, Kleinman AS, Zhang Y, Wang Y, Jing J, Pan T, An N, Bai Z, Wang J, Liu Q and Habbal F (2021) Social Technology: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Improving Care for Older Adults. Front. Public Health 9:729149. doi: 10.3389/fpubh.2021.729149
Iman Roushdy
01:08:58
I am also interested in accessibility. I.e. relationship/correlation between hometechnology availability and disparities 9n the 9ne hand, and health insurance companies on the other.
Fawwaz Habbal
01:21:59
I am sorry not to be able to stay until the end. My email is: Habbalf@SEAS.Harvard.edu, please write if you wish, and I would welcome your collaborations.
Annikki Herranen-Tabibi
01:22:17
thank you!
yuan wang
01:24:12
Would happy to
Joia Mukherjee (she/her)
01:28:03
what is notably to me at least is that these ideas and programs could (and should) apply to vulnerability in general. In many countries, people don't have a chance to age, prescisely BECAUSE of the lack of material and social supports.
David Jed Schwartz
01:29:22
as of 2019 I just looked it up, methane lasts only about 10 or 12 years in the atmosphere. has something changed altering this assessment, suggested earlier? thanks.
David Jed Schwartz
01:41:00
are there attempts to distinguish the orientations of those who recover from illnesses or whose aging experiences seem to become limited?
Darja Djordjevic
01:42:09
Regrets that I have to jump off now for another meeting. Thank you all for this seminar and standout work!
David Jed Schwartz
01:42:38
that is, what sorts of attitudes are characteristic of those who are able to extend significantly, their lives?
Mary Jo DelVecchio Good
01:53:40
Are there discussions about increasing the age of retirement and do people now find other employment or business opportunities for their older years given that work is a major source of dignity as well as financial benefit?
Ning An
01:56:00
There are indeed calls to increase the retirement age in China.
Mary Jo DelVecchio Good
01:57:42
Thank you Ning An
Catherine Riessman
01:58:36
Am pleased to see a woman on the panel. Given the data on gender and aging (longevity in particular) I’ve been curious that issues particular to women have not been part of the presentations. Did I miss something?
oluchi
02:00:00
Does the program involve financial protection for the elderly given that their retirement age is 55/60 years and average life expectancy 82/86 years. The lack of financial protection for an extra 30 years could take a toll in their quality of life.
Ning An
02:00:40
Women are actually more active in their retirement than men in China.
David Jed Schwartz
02:04:14
are there degrees of relative poverty/ deprivation, below which motivations to live longer, diminish?
Catherine Riessman
02:04:50
I suspect this is true in other cultural contexts as well, including US
Iman Roushdy
02:08:15
Same in US. Bus lines serving state and federal benefit agencies locations are meeting points, where passengers exchange information, develop relationships with the driver serving said lines, and even advertising at these stations boards target a specif population of certain socio-economic status.
yuan wang
02:08:56
Responds to Arthur - The rural bus in china as a social care measure gives us a new perspective on Social Technology for aging.
Iman Roushdy
02:09:17
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Catherine Riessman
02:21:22
Have to leave meeting now, learned a lot
Arlene Katz
02:21:23
that’s honoring what matters; practically helping and dignity
Joe Calabrese
02:22:03
Many thanks for this interesting presentation. Nice to hear about aging in China.
Virginia Moreira
02:22:29
Thank you for this wonderful seminar!
Jaime Francisco Matorras
02:22:51
Thank your for the invitation to the Seminar. It was very interesting.
Ning An
02:29:02
When women retired in China, lots of them are busy with square dance :-( For those who are not familiar with the square dancing, the following YouTube video showed many aspects of it including conflicts with other people, WeChat usage within the group, etc. Highly recommended: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SU74qF2YvZ8
Iman Roushdy
02:44:06
Thank you for all participants and organizers. I have to go back to work.
Annikki Herranen-Tabibi
02:45:36
I have to drop off — thank you for the rich discussion!
Lissie Wahl
02:52:33
Very, very thought provoking. Thank you.
Arlene Katz
02:52:42
thanks everyone!
Michael and Michele Nathan
02:52:46
Thank you! I look forward to hearing updates!