Robert Taylor Memorial Address: Healthy ageing by optimising your chances of staying in the community

Weatherall, M.
December 2015
Australian & New Zealand Continence Journal;Summer2015, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p99
Academic Journal
The article presents an abstract on the optimisation of older people's chances of staying in the community through healthy ageing.


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