Preliminary Session Programme
(Note: preliminary titles)
 
Thursday, 26 June 2008
14.30 – 16.30
Sessions 1-3
 
Room III
Session 1: New Public Management reforms: Between expansion and restructuring

Session convenor:
Emmanuele Pavolini

 
1. Susan Baines: “How can voluntary organizations help to transform care? Articulating 'Social Value’
 
2. Mia Vabø: “Nordic home care in transition: the dynamic of competing drivers of change
 
3. Staffan Blomberg: “Managerialism and the care of older people
  
4. Hanne Marlene Dahl: “Changing Contexts: Change or Disappearance of NPM?
 
 
 
Room II
Sessions 2: Changes in elderly care and implications for care workers

Session convenor:
Constanzo Ranci

 
1. Jaroslava Hasmanova Marhankova: “Changes in social services for elderly in Czech Republic - the idea of "right" old age and it's subjective manifestation"

2. Heidi Bojesen: “Making Silent Knowledge pay off: About strategic bottom up use of documentation in the field of elderly care
 
3. Sara Nelson: “The forgotten sector: the impact of change on workforce development in residential care for older people
 
4. Magdalena Damberg: “Elderly care in transition; competences and user participation in transformation
 
5. Helene Thomas: “Alzheimer disease and news forms of care of “frail elderly” in Europe: which indicators, which realities, which issues?”
 
 
Room IV
Session 3: Shifting local and national contexts of elderly care

Session convenor:
Klaus Haberkern

 
1. Masami Shinozaki: “How Can Japan and East Asian Countries Respond to The Growing Needs for Care workers?
 
2. Henglien (Lisa) Chen: “Resources, resources and resources: professionalisation or de-professionalisation of the social care force"
 
3. Ralf Och: “Governance Structures in Local Social Policy. Analytical framework and comparative analysis of two German cities on the example of elderly care policy"

4. Lidia Amjadeen: “Gender equality, social justice and elderly care: problems and transformations in Ukraine
 
5. Signy Irene Vabo: “Welfare regimes and multi-level governance in Europe – exploring the relationship between universalism and the governing of care services for older people
 
 
 
17.00 – 19.00
Sessions 4-5
 
Room III
Sessions 4: Changes in elderly care and implications for care workers

Session convenor:
Giovanni Lamura

 
1. Jane Mears: “A Comparison of the Organisation and Delivery of Care Services to Older People in Sweden and Australia: Implications for Promising Practice
 
2. Gun-Britt Trydegård: “Care services for elderly and disabled persons in Sweden.
A comparison from the perspectives of users, families and care workers

 
3. Markus Zimmermann: “Between Evidence and Restrictions - Professionalisation of Elderly Care”
 
4. Clare Abley: “This paper highlights the barriers and complexities of providing patient centred health and social care for vulnerable older people in the community”
 
5. Lea Henriksson: “Shifting contexts of elderly care: implications for the division of labour
 
Contributed papers
Ala Szczepura: “Costs, Benefits and Impact on Care Home Residents of an In-reach Model of Nursing Care”
 
Room IV
Session 5: New interfaces between formal and informal care

Session convenor: 
Blanche Le Bihan
 
1. Andreas Büscher: “Negotiations about helpfulness - The relationship between formal and informal care in home care arrangements
 
2. Benedicte De Koker: "Helping or hurting? A qualitative study of the experiences of informal carers with formal home care"
 
3. Marianne Egger de Campo: “The Rhetoric of Reaction in the Austrian Debate about Legalisation of Migrant Care Work
 
4. Evy Gunnarsen: “The welfare state, the individual and the need for care: older people’s views
 
Friday, 27 June 2008
 
10.00 – 12.00
Sessions 6-8
 
Room III
Session 6: Shifting local and national contexts of elderly care

Session convenor: 
August Österle
 
1. David Bell & Alison Bowes: "Modelling the future of unpaid care: a Scottish case study"
 
2. Sally Keeling: “From supportive to restorative models of home care: recent New Zealand experiences of ‘transformation’
  
3. Emmanuele Pavolini & Costanzo Ranci:
 “The Italian long-term care model: beyond familism?”
 
4. Viola Burau, Hildegard Theobald & Robert H Blank: “Institutional configurations and reforms of old age care policies: between stability and change

5. Sara Erlandsson: “The construction of older persons and persons with a disability in Swedish policy"
  Room II
Session 7: New interfaces between formal and informal care

Session convenor:
Barbara Da Roit
 
1. Pornchai Jullamate et al: “Caregivers needs and strategies used for providing informal stroke rehabilitation:  The Thai caregivers perspective
 
2. Lilly Jensen: “How cognitive assistive technology can secure active living for persons with dementia and enhance new interfaces between formal and informal care in the area of dementia
 
3. Myra Lewinter: “Combining caring and work: informal carers in Denmark
 
4. Klaus Haberkern & Marc Szydlik: “Care for parents, Institutions and Culture in Europe"
 
5. Petra Ulmanen: “Next of kin in Swedish elder care policy + problem representations and outcomes
 
 Room IV
Session 8: New Public Management reforms: Between expansion and restructuring

Session convenor:
Hanne Marlene Dahl
 
1. Katrin Östman: “Goals and effects in the Swedish elderly care
 
2. Tove Persson: "Older people's 'Voices' on Paper. A Case Study of Sweden"
 
3. Gabrielle Meagher & Natasha Cortis: “The political economy of for-profit paid care: theory and evidence
 
5. Minna Zechner & Heli Valokivi: “Carees as Consumers of Elder Care in Finland and Italy”
 

 
  14.00 – 15.30
Sessions 9-11
 
Room III
Session 9: Elderly care, migration and national care regimes

Session convenor:
Hildegard Theobald
 
1. Barbara Da Roit & Manuela Naldini: “Migrant Care Workers as Means to Reconcile Work and Family: A shift in the Italian family-based care model?
 
2. Margareta Kreimer: “Transforming care into household services? On the problems of legalise informal care in Austria
 
  3. August Österle: “Changing care arrangements in the central European region”
 
 
 
 Room II
Session 10: Policy approaches to cash for care

Session convenor:
Markus Zimmermann

 
1. Kate Baxter & Sue Clarke: “Personalised budgets and care worker retention: experiences and expectations of domiciliary care agencies in England”
 
2. Vanessa Davey: “Cash benefits for the purchase of long-term social care in the form of direct payments”
 
3. Sarah Walsh: “"You can have any service you like as long as it’s in the Chocolate Box": Choice and Service Provision in Older Peoples care”
 
 
 
Room IV
 Session 11 Shifting local and national contexts of elderly care

Session convenor: 
Birgit Pfau-Effinger

 
1. Birgit Wolter, Josefine Heusinger & Maja Schuster: “A Berlin Network of Elderly Care: Potentials and Limitations
 
2. Sirpa Andersson: “The significance of home and living arrangements in older people's lives”
 
3. Lee Hooper: “Older women’s thoughts about food support services”
 
4. Elizabeth Åhsberg: “Changes in place of death among elderly in Sweden
 
5. Ciara O’Dwyer: “Shifting Local and National Contexts of Elderly Care
 
16.00 – 17.30
Sessions 12-14
 
Room III
Session 12: New interfaces between formal and informal care

Session convenor:
Minna Zechner
 
1. Alison Bowes: “Modelling the future of unpaid care: a Scottish case study
 
2. Nancy Guberman: “The professional- caregiver interface: Conflicting norms and expectations"
 
3. Tine Rostgaard: "Quality in elderly care - concepts, roles and relations"
 
4. Ludwig Amrhein, Gertrud Backes & Martina Wolfinger: “Care work in Germany: gender structures of formal and informal care work and the gendered division of labour
 
 
 Room II
Session 13: Policy approaches to cash for care

Session convenor:
Hildegard Theobald
 
1. Marjolein Morée 6 Hilary Arksey: “Employment and financial support for English and Dutch working carers
 
2. Barbara Da Roit & Blanche Le Bihan: “Cash-for-care Schemes in Austria; Italy, France and the Netherlands
Effects on family support and care workers

 
Room IV
Session 14: Elderly care, migration and national care regimes

Session convenor: 
Teppo Kröger
  
1. Bernhard Weicht: “A part of the family or just an employee?
Discourses on the employment of migrant carers in the UK and Austria

 
2. Franca van Hooren: “Transcending boundaries, transforming care Regimes? A comparative analysis of public policies shaping the employment of immigrants in elderly home care in the EU-15
 
Saturday, 28 June 2008
 
  10.00 – 12.00
Sessions 15-16
 
Room II
Session 15: Shifting local and national contexts of elderly care

Session convenor: 
Viola Burau
 
1. Rahel Strohmeier Navarro Smith: “Organizing elderly care: different institutional approaches in Italy, Norway and Switzerland
 
2. Frits Tjadens: “New methods of financing of residential care in The Netherlands
 
3. Elena Golubeva: “Model of formal and informal care of elderly people in Russia in the context of Madrid International plan of action on aging”
 
4. Teppo Kröger: “Trends in Finnish Care Policies for Older People: Weak Universalism Revisited”
 
5. Mark McCarthy & Mina Braiovic: ”Palliative care development in Montenegro
 
 
 Room IV
Session 16: New interfaces between formal and informal care

Session convenor:
Margareta Kreimer

 
1. Lourdes Gordolan: “How national care regimes and immigration policy affect the private confines of the home"
 
2. Hynek Jerabek: “The problems of family home care for seniors
 
3. Mao Saito & Ryozo Matsuda: “Problems Faced by Family Caregivers: New challenges Japanese society faces as a result of the changing profiles of family caregivers"
 
4. Tatjana Mika & Michael Stegmann: “Voluntary Care-Giving in the Life-Course in Eastern and Western Germany
 
5. Laura Kalliomaa-Puha: “The old and sick as contracting parties
Informal care agreements as an instrument for organising care