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Promocja zdrowia adresowana do osób starszych wśród europejskich strategii wobec starzenia się
 
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Uniwersytet Jagielloński Collegium Medium Instytut Pracy i Spraw Socjalnych
AUTOR DO KORESPONDENCJI
Stanisława Golinowska   

Instytut Zdrowia Publicznego, ul. Grzegórzecka 20, 31-531 Kraków; IPiSS, ul. Bellotiego 3B, 01-022 Warszawa; adresy elektroniczne autorki: stanislawa.golinowska@uj.edu.pl; stellag@onet.pl
Data publikacji: 26-05-2020
 
Problemy Polityki Społecznej 2016;34:27–51
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STRESZCZENIE ARTYKUŁU
Artykuł jest poświęcony promocji zdrowia adresowanej do osób starszych w kontekście postulowanej i realizowanej strategii zdrowego starzenia się w Europie. Wyjaśniane są też inne strategie społeczno-zdrowotne postulowane w obliczu uniwersalnej tendencji starzenia się populacji. Na tle zaprezentowanych głównych cech statusu zdrowotnego oraz specyfiki ryzyka zdrowotnego osób starszych opisano główne działania z zakresu promocji zdrowia. Ukazano aspekty instytucjonalne i finansowe realizowanych programów. Zwrócono uwagę na znaczenie medycznie potwierdzonej i kosztowo efektywnej promocji zdrowia, pozwalającej na wzrost indywidualnego kontrolowania zdrowia i samoopieki jako pewnej alternatywy dla rosnących wydatków na usługi lecznicze dla starzejącego się społeczeństwa. Podstawą rozważań jest koncepcja oraz wstępne wyniki badań europejskiego projektu Promocja zdrowia i ochrona przed ryzykiem — działania na rzecz seniorów „Pro health 65+”, realizowanego w ramach Drugiego Europejskiego Programu Zdrowia.
 
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