CURE-Elderly-Personas Filter

The filter tool supports you in choosing the right CURE-Elderly-Personas for your project. You can filter CURE-Elderly-Personas with the following attributes: 

  • European Region
  • Age
  • Diseases (Physical health)
  • Living alone
  • Cognitive & mental problems


Detailed information about the CURE-Elderly-Personas creation process and their group sizes referring to EU Region, sex and age can be found in Deliverable 2 - Results of multivariate analysis and CURE-Elderly-Personas

You can filter the CURE-Elderly-Personas by selecting the attributes below. For example, if you choose "all" for the European Region, all the CURE-Elderly-Personas from three different regions will be shown. But, if you would like to see the CURE-Elderly-Personas from Austria, you need to select "Central".


Living Alone:
Cog. & Mental Problems:




The CURE-Elderly-Personas are fictitious persons synthetically generated from average traits mixed across countries. Photos are taken from an external database. CURE-Elderly-Personas materials and documents do not represent private data from a single person. Information included in CURE-Elderly-Personas materials and documents do not infringe any privacy and data security rights.

This project website and project documents presented uses data from SHARE. The SHARE data collection has been primarily funded by the European Commission through the 5th framework programme (project QLK6-CT-2001-00360 in the thematic programme Quality of Life). Additional funding came from the US National Institute on Ageing (U01 AG09740-13S2, P01 AG005842, P01 AG08291, P30 AG 12815, Y1-AG-4553-01 and OGHA 04-064). Data collection for wave 1 was nationally funded in Austria (through the Austrian Science Foun-dation, FWF), Belgium (through the Belgian Science Policy Office), France, (through CNAM, CNAV, COR, Drees, Dares, Caisse des Deports et Consignations et le Commissariat General du Plan) and Switzerland (through BBW/OFES/ UFES). The SHARE data collection in Israel was funded by the US Na-tional Institute on Ageing (R21 AG 025169), by the German-Israeli Foundation for Scientific Research and Development (G.I.F.), and by the National Insurance Institute of Israel. Further support by the European Commission through the 6th framework program (projects SHARE-I3, RII-CT-2006-062193, and COMPARE, CIT5-CT-2005-028857) is gratefully acknowledged. CURE-Elderly-Personas materials and documents do not represent private data from a single person participated in the SHARE project.