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RISK FACTORS OF PROGRESSION FROM INDEPENDENCE TO HOMEBOUND AMONG THOSE WITH AND WITHOUT DEMENTIA IN A NATIONAL LONGITUDINAL SURVEY

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OBJECTIVE: To differentiate those homebound with and without dementia, we analyzed demographic and modifiable factors that contribute to homebound progression, stratified by dementia status.
subject
dementia
depression
disability
homebound
mobility
pain
contributor
Yang, Mia (author)
Williamson, Jeff D. (committee chair)
Easterling, Doug (committee member)
Espeland, Mark A. (committee member)
Leng, Xiaoyan "Iris" (committee member)
date
2020-08-28T08:35:26Z (accessioned)
2020 (issued)
degree
Clinical and Population Translational Sciences (discipline)
2022-08-27 (liftdate)
embargo
2022-08-27 (terms)
identifier
http://hdl.handle.net/10339/96954 (uri)
language
en (iso)
publisher
Wake Forest University
title
RISK FACTORS OF PROGRESSION FROM INDEPENDENCE TO HOMEBOUND AMONG THOSE WITH AND WITHOUT DEMENTIA IN A NATIONAL LONGITUDINAL SURVEY
type
Thesis

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