Age-Friendly environment: A systematic literature review

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An age-friendly environment has been expanded in a broader range. Indonesia was one of many states around the world that adopted the framework and developed the programs, and initiatives to create an age-friendly environment. This study proposed to map and compare published studies in global and national contexts. By applying a systematic literature review of PRISMA 2020 standards, this study consisted of five phases: (1) research questions, (2) eligibility criteria and sources of information, (3) search selection, (4) process of study selection, and (5) data coding and synthesis from Mendeley bibliographic management. This study found that academic publications about age-friendly environments were concentrated in the Europe region and applied quantitative methods. The age-friendly environment observed and discussed was dominant from the outdoor environment domain and community and health service from the municipal. Future studies should concentrate on social inclusion, engagement, and non-discrimination, as well as communication and information in both a global and local Indonesia.

Original languageEnglish
Article number07009
JournalE3S Web of Conferences
Publication statusPublished - 30 Nov 2023
Event15th 2023 International Online Conference on Improving Farming Productivity and Agroecology - Ecosystem Restoration, IPFA 2023 - Dnipro, Ukraine
Duration: 5 Sept 20238 Sept 2023


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