Finnish Retirement and Aging study (FIREA)
FIREA study was established in University of Turku in 2013 with an aim to study changes in health behavioral and cardiometabolic risk markers across retirement transition by following older workers from work to full-time retirement. In addition, the aim is to examine long-term consequences of work and retirement on health and functioning in old age. The special focus of the FIREA study is on determinants and health consequences of 24-hour activity behavior.
The role of social relationships on timing of retirement
The effect of an activity tracker intervention on physical activity behavior among retirees
Daily physical activity patterns among ageing workers
Healthy retirement – compiled tips
Retirement is a major life transition. How could you modify your daily routines in order to have the healthiest retirement days ahead? See the tips from Public Health researchers of the University of Turku.