Mental health problems in old age: a reader
This multi-disciplinary and multi-occupational work, contains newly commissioned material and previously unpublished articles on mental health disorders that afflict the aged. Written to promote an awareness of the nature of mental health disorders found in older people, it also discusses the pros and cons of current community health policies.
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An ageing Britain what is its future? Margot Jefferys
The epidemiology of mental disorders in old age Carole Brayne and David Ames
Attitudes stereotypes and prejudice about ageing Rober t Slater and Brian Gearing
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