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Maintaining Dignity and Indpendence

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Maintaining Dignity and Indpendence. / Lloyd, Liz; Calnan, M; Cameron, Ailsa; Smith, Randall; Seymour, J; White, Kate.

The New Dynamics of Ageing: Volume 2. Bristol : Policy Press, 2018.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter in a book

Harvard

Lloyd, L, Calnan, M, Cameron, A, Smith, R, Seymour, J & White, K 2018, Maintaining Dignity and Indpendence. in The New Dynamics of Ageing: Volume 2. Policy Press, Bristol.

APA

Lloyd, L., Calnan, M., Cameron, A., Smith, R., Seymour, J., & White, K. (Accepted/In press). Maintaining Dignity and Indpendence. In The New Dynamics of Ageing: Volume 2 Bristol: Policy Press.

Vancouver

Lloyd L, Calnan M, Cameron A, Smith R, Seymour J, White K. Maintaining Dignity and Indpendence. In The New Dynamics of Ageing: Volume 2. Bristol: Policy Press. 2018

Author

Lloyd, Liz ; Calnan, M ; Cameron, Ailsa ; Smith, Randall ; Seymour, J ; White, Kate. / Maintaining Dignity and Indpendence. The New Dynamics of Ageing: Volume 2. Bristol : Policy Press, 2018.

Bibtex

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