The Transforming Care Conferences Symposia are parallel sessions focussing on a particular and topical theme.
Each Symposium is organized by a Symposium Chair and includes up to four identified paper authors who will present their papers during the session. One or more Discussants will comment on the papers.
- The IN-CARE project: Socioeconomic inequalities in care use and provision across countries and over time
- Time Use Studies, Care Work, and Care Responsibilities: Conceptual, Methodological, and Epistemological Issues
- Technology, care and temporality: ‘care’ at a distance and in an instant?
- Covid-19 and the centrality of care: childcare, the State, and undoing ‘gendered’ responsibilities around paid and unpaid care work
- Ageing in place
- Nordic elder care in transition – exploring dynamics of change
- Temporal dimensions of digital technology in the long-term care of older people
- Transnational care within the European Union in times of COVID-19: Perspectives from Central and Eastern Europe
- Aging at home in times of the corona pandemic: disruptive temporalities
- Intersectional perspectives on care and care needs in older adults
- The negotiation and regulation of time in formal care arrangements
- Rhythm is Gonna Get You: the Tempo of Care Policy and Practice
- Disputed temporalities: long-term care services in times of Covid-19