Global Roadmap for Healthy Longevity
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- Our societies are not structured to support the challenges of an aging population. A new consensus study from the National Academy of Medicine looks to reshape and align multiple complex systems, including health care, social and physical infrastructure, and education and work, to ensure that intergenerational societies are robust and thriving by 2050. Learn more about the new Global Roadmap for Healthy Longevity: http://bit.ly/38rZIt6
- “Healthy older age can bring to societies around the world immense capabilities to thrive, contribute to the successes of youth, and strengthen intergenerational cohesion.”
The recently released Global Roadmap for Healthy Longevity, a NAM consensus study, provides multi-sector recommendations for countries and societies around the world that will enable the establishment of critical systems needed to support health, productivity, and quality of life for people at all stages of life by 2050. Learn more: http://bit.ly/38rZIt6
- How can we ensure that people of all ages live lives with meaning and purpose during a period of global aging? Authors of a new consensus study titled, Global Roadmap for Healthy Longevity offer evidence-based recommendations to unleash the potential of older people and benefit people of all ages and societies around the world. Learn more about policies, socioeconomic infrastructures, and innovations that promote and advance the health of older populations: http://bit.ly/38rZIt6