Resource - NDPHS

Knowledge & Resources: 2022

“Ageism and Different Narratives of Ageing” – Tune in Health

What is ageism? What are the leading factors on the change in how we see and feel about ageing and ageing populations? Can a person have SELF-ageism? In this episode we are getting to know what is meant by ageism and how the narratives could be changed for a more positive look on ageing. Episode’s expert guest is Tiina Tambaum, a well published spokesperson in Estonia on the topics of healthy ageing and educational gerontology. Tiina is a research fellow at the Estonian Institute for Population Studies, Tallinn University and she teaches Educational Gerontology at the Institute of Educational Sciences.

Keywords: Active and healthy ageing, Ageing population, Ageism, Podcast, Conversation

AgeFLAG: Roadmap to improve the health and wellbeing of the ageing population

The Roadmap produced through the AgeFLAG seed money project presents the first practical actions towards establishing the NDPHS as a thought leader on active and healthy ageing. The presented activities contribute to the flagship process on active and healthy ageing of Policy Area Health within the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region.

Keywords: AgeFLAG, Active and healthy ageing, Ageing population, PA Health, EUSBSR, Ageism

“Ukraine Humanitarian Crisis: People Living with HIV/AIDS” – Tune in Health

In this episode we are discussing the urgent needs of Ukrainians living with HIV and how the treatment and care have been ensured for the Ukrainians who have been forced to leave their country and for the ones who have remained in Ukraine. Episode’s expert guests are Magdalena Ankiersztejn-Bartczak from Polish Foundation for Social Education (FES), Ute Hiller from Berliner Aids-hilfe and Holger Wicht from Deutsche Aids-hilfe.

Keywords: HIV/AIDS, War, Ukraine, Humanitarian crisis, Refugees

“How Can the Economy of Well-being Lead to Resilient Communities and Societies?” – Tune in Health

How are we doing as individuals, communities and as nations, and how sustainable is that for the future? In this conversation, we discuss the Economy of Well-being that puts people and their wellbeing at the centre of policy and decision-making. We start with Finland – one of the frontrunners of implementing the Economy of Well-being. The guest expert is Anni Marttinen, Chief Economist at SOSTE – Finnish Social Welfare and Health Association.

Keywords: Economy of well-being, Health in All Policies, Cross-sectoral collaboration, Finland, EUSBSR Annual Forum

Looking back at the Baltic Sea Youth Declaration 2020. Follow-up on recommendations to PA Health

The report on the follow-up of the Baltic Sea Youth Declaration 2020 lists the recommendations given to the PA Health in the EUSBSR and how the NDPHS as a PA Health coordinator has acted on them. The document lists concrete actions that have been achieved so far and what are the future plans and commitments of the PA Health in order to amplify the voices of young people in our region.

Keywords: Active and healthy ageing, PA Health, Economy of well-being, Mental health, EUSBSR