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Stefania Ilinca
Stefania Ilinca
Atlantic Fellow for Equity in Brain Health - Trinity College Dublin
Verified email at gbhi.org
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The patterns of health care utilization by elderly Europeans: frailty and its implications for health systems
S Ilinca, S Calciolari
Health services research 50 (1), 305-320, 2015
1152015
Ageism in health care: a systematic review of operational definitions and inductive conceptualizations
JMS Săo José, CAF Amado, S Ilinca, SC Buttigieg, A Taghizadeh Larsson
The Gerontologist 59 (2), e98-e108, 2019
862019
Fairness and eligibility to long-term care: an analysis of the factors driving inequality and inequity in the use of home care for older Europeans
S Ilinca, R Rodrigues, AE Schmidt
International journal of environmental research and public health 14 (10), 1224, 2017
532017
The catastrophic and impoverishing effects of out-of-pocket healthcare payments in Kenya, 2018
P Salari, L Di Giorgio, S Ilinca, J Chuma
BMJ global health 4 (6), e001809, 2019
442019
From care in homes to care at home: European experiences with (de) institutionalisation in long-term care
S Ilinca, K Leichsenring, R Rodrigues
Policy Brief 12, 2015, 2015
442015
Income‐rich and wealth‐poor? The impact of measures of socio‐economic status in the analysis of the distribution of long‐term care use among older people
R Rodrigues, S Ilinca, AE Schmidt
Health Economics 27 (3), 637-646, 2018
422018
Socio-economic inequality and inequity in use of health care services in Kenya: evidence from the fourth Kenya household health expenditure and utilization survey
S Ilinca, L Di Giorgio, P Salari, J Chuma
International journal for equity in health 18 (1), 1-13, 2019
322019
Researching ageism in health-care and long term care
SC Buttigieg, S Ilinca, J Sao Jose, AT Larsson
Contemporary perspectives on ageism, 493-515, 2018
302018
Fit for caring: factors associated with informal care provision by older caregivers with and without multimorbidity
AE Schmidt, S Ilinca, K Schulmann, R Rodrigues, A Principi, F Barbabella, ...
European Journal of Ageing 13 (2), 103-113, 2016
282016
Gender and social class inequalities in active ageing: policy meets theory
S Ilinca, R Rodrigues, A Schmidt, E Zólymi
European Centre for Social Welfare Policy and Research, 2016
262016
All you need to know about innovation in healthcare: The 10 best reads
S Ilinca, S Hamer, D Botje, J Espin, RV Mendes, J Mueller, ...
International Journal of healthcare management 5 (4), 193-202, 2012
212012
Participation in formal learning activities of older Europeans in poor and good health
S Golinowska, A Sowa, D Deeg, M Socci, A Principi, R Rodrigues, S Ilinca, ...
European Journal of Ageing 13 (2), 115-127, 2016
192016
Analysing equity in the use of long-term care in Europe
R Rodrigues, S Ilinca, A Schmidt
European Centre for Social Welfare Policy and Research, 2014
162014
Comparing (and learning from) integrated care initiatives: an analytical framework
S Calciolari, S Ilinca
Journal of Integrated Care, 2011
162011
Beyond integrated care
T Plochg, S Ilinca, M Noordegraaf
Journal of Health Services Research & Policy 22 (3), 195-197, 2017
152017
Unraveling care integration: Assessing its dimensions and antecedents in the Italian Health System
S Calciolari, S Ilinca
Health Policy 120 (1), 129-138, 2016
102016
Employment of older workers
E Őzdemir, TWM Fuchs, S Ilinca, O Lelkes, R Rodrigues, E Zolyomi
Verlag, 2016
82016
Organizing integrated care for frail elderly patients in Switzerland, Italy, United States, and Canada
S Calciolari, S Ilinca
SGVW, 2011
72011
Long-term care and migrant care work: addressing workforce shortages while raising questions for European countries
A Sowa-Kofta, R Rodrigues, G Lamura, A Sopadzhiyan, R Wittenberg, ...
Eurohealth 25 (4), 15-18, 2019
62019
European protection systems in the areas of childcare and long-term care: Good practices and lessons learned
S Ilinca, K Leichsenring, E Zólyomi, R Rodrigues
Vienna: European Centre for Social Welfare Policy and Research, 2015
62015
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