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Dr. Angelique Chan

Associate Professor, Health Services & Systems Research Programme
Duke NUS Medical School




Dr. Angelique Chan is one of the co-authors in chapters 3 and 7 of the The well-being of the elderly in Asia: A four-country comparative study, a comprehensive, pathbreaking research on the status of elderly in the Philippines and three other Asian countries across a multiple of economic, health, and social factors. This book is widely-referenced and remains as the mainstay of population studies in terms of aging in the Asian setting.

She has collaborated with current UP Population Institute faculty on aging research including Dr. Grace T. Cruz in Self-assessed health expectancy among older adults: A comparison of six Asian settings and Dr. Josefina N. Natividad in Short-term trends in functional limitation and disability among older Asians: A comparison of five Asian settings.