Aging, Longevity and Health Initiative - Sustainable Aging
03-07 October 2022
Hosted by the University of Copenhagen (online)
Population aging is a major demographic trend across world regions and brings with it complex opportunities as well as challenges for individuals, the healthcare systems, societal resources, infrastructure, and resource allocations. To reap the benefits of a larger population of elderly and to minimize the challenges of same, there is a huge focus on defining and implementing more sustainable approaches to aging.
However, sustainable aging is not a well defined strategy, and perceived best approach varies significantly from different scientific disciplines. In this interdisciplinary online course, leading age-researchers representing biology, medicine, social sciences and humanities will give you their perspectives on sustainable aging, inspire you to do your own assessment through facilitated discussion between presenter(s) and students.
Please see the course flyer for further details.
Master students, first year PhD students
1 September 2022
For course details, see the UPCH course page:
Course director: Claus Desler
Course secretary: Emilie Johansen