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Preventative services for older people: current approaches and future opportunities

Author(s)

WISTOW Gerald, LEWIS Helen

Publisher(s):

Anchor Trust

Publication year:

1997

Paper written as a background to a seminar on preventative services to older people. Outlines the issues and goes on to look at: what preventative services are; what obstacles to well being are faced by older people; what services there should be; what is currently available; what blockages there are preventing such services being available more widely; what is known about the effectiveness of such services; and key messages for policy makers.


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