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COVID-19

Please find here selected summaries of research based on SHARE-COVID19 data from all over the world:

 

Is a Higher-risk Health Lifestyle Connected to Preventive Behaviour during the COVID-19 Pandemic?

Researchers explore the connection of risky health behaviour and compliance with preventive health measures among Europeans and Israelis 50+.

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Changes in Precautionary Health Behaviour during COVID-19

New SHARE study finds that elderly people with chronic diseases show higher levels of cautious health behaviour during pandemic and keep their cautiousness over time compared to healthy people.

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Safety First? Changes in Working Conditions during the COVID-19 Pandemic

New study with SHARE COVID-19 data explores link between job features and the probability of work interruptions and shifting to teleworking during the first wave of the pandemic.

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Can Optimistic Attitudes Motivate Protective Behaviour against COVID-19?

New SHARE Corona study investigates how threat perceptions and optimistic attitudes are associated with motivation to engage in protective behaviour in the population 50+ during the COVID-19 crisis.

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Who has an Increased Risk for Depression and Loneliness during the Pandemic?

New SHARE COVID-19 study examines depression and loneliness of retired individuals aged 60 plus after the first wave of COVID-19.

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COVID-19 Vaccination and Control Strategies – Possible Ways out of The Crisis?

SHARE Wave 8 COVID-19 data investigate effects of different control strategies and vaccination rates as possible game changers in pandemic development

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Influence of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Private Care Networks in Europe

Recent SHARE study finds increasing amount of caregiving from adult children to parents and mental health strains of these caregivers. Additionally, one out of five care recipients reported difficulties in receiving care!

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