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This study involves elderly women who attend mobility groups conducted weekly by physiotherapists employed by the Health Department of Western Australia.
The purpose of this paper is to analyse some myths surrounding ageing. The particular focus is on myths associated with urinary incontinence in older people. It is suggested that nursing attitudes of acceptance and apathy promote urinary incontinence. The result of these attitudes is that the...
177 residents in Sydney nursing homes were interviewed. There were significant negative correlations between scores on life satisfaction and depression scales; this held for severely demented persons as well as the others. Scores were compared with those reported for Scottish elderly living in...
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