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First findings – Erste Ergebnisse

First findings DO-HEALTH Summary DO-HEALTH first findings published in JAMA 2020 In the year 2030, one in three people in Europe will be over 65 years of age who all wish to be able to enjoy life actively into old age. The most important requirement for this is maintaining physical …

UZH orchestriert grösste europäische Altersstudie

Erste Medienmitteilung der Universität Zürich vom 20.11.2017: Wie wir gesund älter werden, untersucht die grösste europäische Altersstudie DO-HEALTH. Unter der Leitung von Heike Bischoff-Ferrari, Professorin für Geriatrie und Altersforschung an der Universität Zürich, beteiligen sich an der Studie 2’157 Seniorinnen und Senioren aus Deutschland, Frankreich, Österreich, Portugal und der Schweiz. …

UZH Spearheads Largest European Study on Aging

News release by the University of Zurich on November 20, 2017: DO-HEALTH, Europe’s largest study on aging, is researching ways to improve the health of adults age 70 and older. Led by Heike Bischoff-Ferrari, Professor of Geriatric Medicine and Aging Research at the University of Zurich, the study involves 2157 participants …

5th Annual Meeting 2017

On February 17th 2017, the 5th DO-HEALTH Annual Meeting was held at the University of Zurich Partners and collaborators met in the Aula of the University of Zurich to discuss the progress of DO-HEALTH, presented selected preliminary data, and reviewed next steps in data analysis. Click here for the news …

4th Annual Meeting 2016

On March 11th 2016, the 4th DO-HEALTH Annual Meeting was held at the University of Zurich Partners and collaborators met at the Waid Forum in Zurich to discuss the progress and next steps of DO-HEALTH data collection and analyses. The coordinator of DO-HEALTH, Prof. Heike A. Bischoff-Ferrari, informed that in March …

November 2014: we celebrate 100% recruitment!!

News: On November 28th, the last DO-HEALTH senior entered DO-HEALTH — now 2157 DO-HEALTH seniors participate in DO-HEALTH All 2157 participation slots are taken at the Zurich, Basel, Geneva, Innsbruck, Toulouse,  Berlin and Coimbra site since November 28th 2014.   We congratulate the DO-HEALTH teams           …

DO-HEALTH partners build clinical network — Geriatric Traumatology

On January 13/14 – 2014, the DO-HEALTH team from the University Hospital of Zurich travelled to the DO-HEALTH team at the University Hospital of Innsbruck. The goal of the site visit was to experience the interdisciplinary pioneer work of Prof. Michael Blauth  (DO-HEALTH partner) and his team including Traumatologists, Geriatricians, Anesthesiologists …

IOF press release on DO-HEALTH

On September 10th IOF published this press release on DO-HEALTH Read here or go to the IOF website: http://www.iofbonehealth.org/do-health-multi-centre-clinical-trial-healthy-ageing-achieves-first-milestone DO-HEALTH a multi-center clinical trial on healthy ageing achieves first milestone Europe’s largest healthy ageing study – DO-HEALTH – which aims to provide evidence for the safety of three simple preventive …

DO-HEALTH 1 year Update

Click here to see DO-HEALTH investigators talk about DO-HEALTH on the first Annual Partner Meeting on February 25th 2013 at the University of Zurich We thank the DO-HEALTH impact partner IOF for putting together this interview with DO-HEALTH partners. http://www.iofbonehealth.org