Subject: alliedhealth | health promotion, older people, policy analysis, early frailty, prevention | policy analysis | Original Research | health promotion | older people | early frailty | prevention
Objectives\ud \ud Globally, populations are rapidly ageing and countries have developed health promotion and wellbeing strategies to address increasing demand for health care and old-age support. The older population is not homogeneous however, and includes a large grou... View more
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