Epidemiology of Aging: An Ecological Approach
Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2006 - 424 من الصفحات
Epidemiology of Aging: An Ecological Approach is the first title to provide a comprehensive overview of the epidemiology of aging utilizing an ecological model. Using this approach, the author highlights the interplay of biological, social, and environmental factors affecting individuals, families, and communities. With a strong interdisciplinary focus, this book provides a clear, coherent structure to address the diversity of topics in this increasingly vital field.
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Survival Mortality and Cause of Death
Physical Functioning and Activities
and Social Support
Falls Injuries and Automobile Crashes
Disease and Comorbidities
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