New article published in the Journal of Aging and Health

April 25, 2019 Dr. Zimmer and the Linking Spirituality and Religiosity to Life and Health Expectancy team published a new article - Religiosity Dimensions and Disability-Free Life Expectancy in Taiwan. Figure 2. Net gain or loss in TLE, DFLE, and DLE years at age 70, comparing the highest and lowest levels of religiosity, and 95% confidence … Continue reading New article published in the Journal of Aging and Health

Spring 2019 – Conference Presentations

In April 2019, Dr. Zimmer traveled to Austin, TX for the Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America. He presented the poster, "The Rise and Prominence of Skip-Generation Households in Low- and Middle-Income Countries."  In May 2019, he will present the paper entitled, "Socio-Demographic Correlates of Life Expected in Degrees of Frailty" at the … Continue reading Spring 2019 – Conference Presentations

New article using data from Taiwan on religious activity and mortality

The Linking Spirituality and Religiosity to Life and Health Expectancy team published an article that examines the extent to which religious activity distinguishes the mortality experiences of older adults living in Taiwan.  Check out the article here:  Does Religious Activity Distinguish the Mortality Experiences of Older Taiwanese? An Analysis Using Eighteen Years of Follow-Up Data

Presentation at the Aging Studies Institute, Syracuse University

On Monday, November 12th, Dr. Zimmer will present at the “Aging Families in China: Social, Demographic, and Policy Considerations” conference hosted by the Aging Studies Institute at Syracuse University. He will present on “A Dynamic Study of Disability and Life Expected in Living Arrangement States among Older Chinese Using Sixteen Years of Longitudinal Data.”

Linking Spirituality and Religiosity to Life and Health Expectancy team publishes new work

The project team's paper on religion, life expectancy and disability-free life expectancy among older women and men in the Unites States was recently accepted for publication in The Journal of Gerontology: Social Sciences. Follow the link to read the accepted manuscript: https://doi.org/10.1093/geronb/gby098.