Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences, United Kingdom
Her primary scientific interests are in Demography, Gerontology, Public health, Marital status and Epidemiology. Her work on Mortality rate is typically connected to Cross-sectional study as part of general Demography study, connecting several disciplines of science. In her works, Emily Grundy performs multidisciplinary study on Gerontology and Longitudinal study.
Her Public health research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Family support, Older people, Health Survey for England and Cause of death. Emily Grundy interconnects Health equity, Race and health, Socioeconomics and Health belief model in the investigation of issues within Marital status. Her Epidemiology study incorporates themes from Odds ratio, Concordance, Socioeconomic status and Ethnic group.
Emily Grundy mostly deals with Gerontology, Demography, Longitudinal study, Fertility and Older people. Her study on Elderly people is often connected to Association as part of broader study in Gerontology. Her Demography research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Developed country, Parity, Marital status, Census and Socioeconomic status.
Her Socioeconomic status research includes themes of Sibling and Educational attainment. Her work investigates the relationship between Fertility and topics such as Life course approach that intersect with problems in Mental health. Her Older people research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Family support and Gender studies.
Emily Grundy mainly focuses on Demography, Gerontology, Fertility, Longitudinal study and Mental health. Her research in Demography intersects with topics in Sibling, Older population, Socioeconomic status and Parity. Her Gerontology research incorporates themes from Social support and Odds.
Emily Grundy combines subjects such as Life satisfaction and Allostatic load with her study of Social support. The concepts of her Fertility study are interwoven with issues in Life course approach and Cognition. Her work deals with themes such as Public health, Feeling, Depression and Urbanization, which intersect with Mental health.
Emily Grundy spends much of her time researching Gerontology, Demography, Depressive symptoms, Social support and Longitudinal study. Emily Grundy has researched Gerontology in several fields, including Quality of life, Odds ratio, Life course approach and Confidence interval. Her studies in Demography integrate themes in fields like Young adult, Socioeconomic status, Pediatrics and Cohort.
In her study, Marital status is inextricably linked to Public health, which falls within the broad field of Pediatrics. The Depressive symptoms study combines topics in areas such as Developmental psychology, Depression levels and Socioeconomics. Her study in Social support is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Life satisfaction and Allostatic load.
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Ageing in the European Union
Bernd Rechel;Bernd Rechel;Emily Grundy;Jean-Marie Robine;Jonathan Cylus.
The Lancet (2013)
The socioeconomic status of older adults: How should we measure it in studies of health inequalities?
Emily Grundy;Gemma Holt.
Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health (2001)
Between elderly parents and adult children: a new look at the intergenerational care provided by the ‘sandwich generation’
Emily Grundy;John C. Henretta.
Ageing & Society (2006)
Health inequalities in the older population: the role of personal capital, social resources and socio-economic circumstances.
Emily Grundy;Andy Sloggett.
Social Science & Medicine (2003)
Living arrangements among older people: an overview of trends in Europe and the USA
C Tomassini;K Glaser;D A Wolf;M I Broese van Groenou.
Population Trends (2004)
How can health systems respond to population ageing
Bernd Rechel;Yvonne Doyle;Emily Grundy;Martin McKee.
Ageing and vulnerable elderly people: European perspectives
Ageing & Society (2006)
Reciprocity in relationships: socio‐economic and health influences on intergenerational exchanges between Third Age parents and their adult children in Great Britain
British Journal of Sociology (2005)
Completeness and usability of ethnicity data in UK-based primary care and hospital databases
Rohini Mathur;Krishnan Bhaskaran;Nish Chaturvedi;David A. Leon.
Journal of Public Health (2014)
Socio-demographic differences in the onset and progression of disability in early old age: a longitudinal study.
Emily Grundy;Karen Glaser.
Age and Ageing (2000)
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