REVES@30: Past, Present, and Future Trends in Population Health

“Reves@30: Past, Present, and Future Trends in Population Health” will be held May 30 – June 1 2018 (with an Analysis Workshop on May 29th) in Ann Arbor, Michigan, at the Institute for Social Research at the University of Michigan

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For more information on the Analysis Workshop to take place May 29th, Click Here.

The international REVES network encourages research on health expectancy, longevity, the disablement process and ageing.  It includes scholars from a broad range of disciplines such as demographers, clinicians, statisticians and social scientists.

REVES@30 is a joint conference of the REVES and TRENDS network

George Myers Keynote Speaker 2018
Carol Jagger
What can past trends in health expectancies tell us about the future?

Carol Jagger, AXA Chair in Epidemiology of Ageing in the Institute of Health and Society at Newcastle University. Dr. Jagger is the leading UK researcher in health expectancy and highly recognized internationally. She has conducted aging research on most of the longitudinal cohorts in Britain and the cross-European studies. She has published in the world’s leading academic journals including an important study on healthy life years across Europe in The Lancet. She is also at the forefront of developing and teaching methods for estimating health expectancy.
Dr. Jagger is a Fellow of the Faculty of Public Health (by distinction), Fellow of the Royal Statistical Society (C.Stat) and Chartered Scientist (CSci), Honorary Fellow of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries, Fellow of the Gerontological Society of America and Member of the British Geriatrics Society.

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“Réseau Espérance de Vie en Santé (REVES) is an international organization that promotes the use of health expectancy as a population health indicator. As disability-free life expectancy was the first, and remains a major measure useful for cross-national comparisons of the health status of populations, REVES members are also involved in the definition, measurement, and comparison of disability globally.”