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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin
 

General

2014

Katzenellenbogen JM, Knuiman MW, Sanfilippo FM, Hobbs MS, Thompson SC (2014)

Prevalence of stroke and coexistent conditions: disparities between Indigenous and nonIndigenous Western Australians.

International Journal of Stroke; Early view(http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/ijs.12278):

Parker RM (2014)

Dementia in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people: editorial.

Medical Journal of Australia; 200(8): 435-436

Qin Li SQ, Guthridge S, Aratchige PE, Lowe MP, Wang Z, Zhao Y, Krause V (2014)

Dementia prevalence and incidence among the Indigenous and non-Indigenous populations of the Northern Territory.

Medical Journal of Australia; 200(8): 465-469

Radford K, Mack HA, Robertson H, Draper B, Chalkley S, Daylight G, Cumming R, Bennett H, Jackson Pulver L, Broe GA (2014)

The Koori Growing Old Well Study: investigating aging and dementia in urban Aboriginal Australians.

International Psychogeriatrics; 26(6): 1033-1043

Radford K, Mack HA, Draper B, Chalkley S, Daylight G, Cumming R, Bennett H, Delbaere K, Broe GA (2014)

Prevalence of dementia in urban and regional Aboriginal Australians.

Alzheimer's & Dementia; In press(http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jalz.2014.03.007):

Sansoni J, Duncan C, Grootemaat P, Samsa P, Capell J (2014)

Younger onset dementia: a literature review.

Melbourne: Australian Health Services Research Institue

Shelley BP (2014)

Targeting brain-health from "cradle to grave": can we prevent or delay dementia?.

Archives of Medicine and Health Sciences; 2(1): 87-95

You EC, Dunt DR, White V, Hoorn SV, Doyle C (2014)

Risk of death or hospital admission among community-dwelling older adults living with dementia in Australia.

BMC Geriatrics; 14: 71

Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/1471-2318-14-71

2013

Dwyer AL (2013)

The brain painting: “the snake eating away the life of your memory”.

Medical Journal of Australia; 198(5): 287

Farrow M, Ellis K (2013)

Physical activity for brain health and fighting dementia.

Canberra: Alzheimer's Australia

LoGiudice D, Gibson S, Savvas S (2013)

Indigenous cognitive assessment – modification and validation of the KICA in Victoria. Phase 1. Final report February 2013.

Melbourne: National Ageing Research Institute

Standing Committee on Health and Ageing (2013)

Thinking Ahead: report on the inquiry into dementia: early diagnosis and intervention.

Canberra: Parliament of Australia, Inquiry into Dementia: Early diagnosis and Intervention

Wall S, Koori Growing Old Well Study Project Team (2013)

Working with older Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Paddington, NSW: Benevolent Society

This briefing presents evidence from research to guide mainstream community aged care organisations and practitioners on working in a respectful and culturally sensitive manner with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Topics covered by the briefing include:

  • history and culture
    • relationships
    • Elders
    • carers
  • health and wellbeing of older Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
    • demographics and life expectancy
    • intergenerational disadvantage and other factors contributing to the gap in life expectancy
    • resilience
    • dementia and Alzheimer's disease
  • community care services for older Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
    • access to community care services
    • time
    • communication
    • person-centred care
    • end of life.

The briefing includes a discussion guide to prompt readers to reflect on how the material in the briefing could be applied in practice. The briefing was prepared by Sharon Wall and the Koori growing old well study project team at Neuroscience Research Australia, in partnership with The Benevolent Society.

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract

2012

Australian Bureau of Statistics (2012)

Australian social trends, December 2012.

Canberra: Australian Bureau of Statistics

Australian Department of Health and Ageing (2012)

National ageing and aged care strategy for people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds.

Canberra: Australian Department of Health and Ageing

Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing (2012)

Living longer. Living better..

Canberra: Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (2012)

Australia's health 2012.

Canberra: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (2012)

Dementia in Australia.

Canberra: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare

This report uses a combination of recent data and information on trends over time to provide a comprehensive illustration of dementia in Australia. Dementia is regarded as a major health concern for Australia and with population ageing and growth, will pose multiple challenges to the health and aged care systems in the coming years. This report describes: the characteristics of people with dementia; the prevalence, mortality, and burden of disease associated with dementia; the use of health and aged care services by dementia sufferers; the characteristics of carers of people with dementia; and expenditure on dementia in Australia. With the number of people with dementia in Australia expected to triple between 2011 and 2050, this report is timely in providing crucial information for policymaking and service planning.

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract

Brady M (2012)

The grog book: strengthening Indigenous community action on alcohol (revised edition).

Revised ed. Canberra: Department of Health and Ageing

This book was developed for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who want to tackle the effects that grog has on their communities. The book has eight chapters on: history; alcohol; action; prevention; controls; strategies; care and handouts. For each chapter there is:

  • a list of contents
  • a key word (chapter title) tab
  • a colour coded tab
  • colourful pictures that relate to the topic
  • colour coded arrows which allow the user to find other topics within the book which deal with the same issue
  • a list of resources that might be helpful to learn more about an issue

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract

Brown J-A, Sait K, Meltzer A, Fisher KR, Thompson D, Faine R (2012)

Service and support requirements of people with younger onset dementia and their families: final report, August, 2012.

Sydney: NSW Department of Family and Community Services, Ageing, Disability and Home Care

This report outlines research undertaken by Alzheimer's Australia NSW (AlzNSW) in 2011 that sought to identify the service and support requirements of people with younger onset dementia and their families in New South Wales.

Younger onset dementia is defined as dementia which occurs before the age of 65 years and under 50 years for Indigenous people, and it is recognised that people with younger onset dementia have service requirements that differ from those of older people with dementia.

This research collected data from people with younger onset dementia, their family members and carers, and service providers, using roundtables, interviews and surveys. The findings describe the experiences of people with younger onset dementia and that of their families and carers, and are presented in three parts:

  • identifying younger onset dementia
  • experience of support services, and
  • services in the later stages of dementia.

The report concludes with a discussion of the implications of the findings for policy and presents strategies to address key areas of need.

Adapted from Ageing, Disability and Home Care, New South Wales

Flicker L, Reilly P (2012)

Remote dementia carers stressed and overworked [radio interview].

: Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association

Greenway-Crombie A, Snow P, Disler P, Davis S, Pond D (2012)

Influence of rurality on diagnosing dementia in Australian general practice.

Australian Journal of Primary Health; 18(3): 178-184

Jackson Pulver L, Broe GA, Grayson D, Chalkley S, Flicker L, Daylight G, Mack H, Radford K (2012)

Dementia screening for urban Aboriginal Australians: the modified Kimberley Indigenous Cognitive Assessment (mKICA).

Sydney: Dementia Collaborative Research Centres

Jensen H, Bell D, Flicker L, LoGiudice D, Lindeman M, Atkinson D, Smith K (2012)

Dementia service coordination in Aboriginal communities in Central Australia.

Perth: Western Australia Centre for Health and Ageing, University of Western Australia

Lindeman MA, Taylor KA, Kuipers P, Stothers K, Piper K (2012)

'We don't have anyone with dementia here': A case for better intersectoral collaboration for remote Indigenous clients with dementia.

Australian Journal of Rural Health; 20(4): 190-194

Logiudice D, Smith K, Atkinson D, Carroll E, Schaper F, Shadforth G, Murphy R, Lautenschlager N, Flicker L (2012)

Lungurra Ngoora: a pilot model of care for aged and disabled in a remote Australian Aboriginal community - can it work?.

Alzheimer's & Dementia; 8(4, supplement): P384

LoGiudice DC, Smith K, Shadforth G, Lindeman CE, Atkinson D, Schaper F, Lautenschlager N, Murphy R, Flicker L (2012)

Lungurra Ngoora - a pilot model of care for aged and disabled in a remote Aboriginal community – can it work?.

Rural and Remote Health; 12: 2078

Retrieved 24 December 2012 from http://www.rrh.org.au/articles/showarticlenew.asp?ArticleID=2078

This study explored the development and implementation of a locally designed community service model of care for older people, and people with disability and/or mental health problems in remote Aboriginal Australia.

Based on extensive community consultation with older people, families, carers, community members and stakeholders, a model of care was developed to address unmet needs for the target population and their carers in the remote community of Looma, in the Kimberley region of Australia. The model was implemented and evaluated over 12 months.

The Lungurra Ngoora community care service model pilot project demonstrated a successful collaborative service model that addressed the care needs of older persons, those with disability and mental illness, and their carers in this remote community. The developmental approach, and model structure, could serve as a template for future delivery of services in remote Aboriginal communities.

Abstract adapted from Rural and Remote Health

McLeod T, Nolan J, Dewing J (2012)

The Kuranya/‘Rainbow' service for Indigenous Australians, in New South Wales: innovative practice.

Dementia; 11(5): 703-706

Price J (2012)

Indigenous cognitive assessment.

Australian Nursing Journal; 20(6): 34-35

Taylor K, Lindeman M, Kuipers P, Stothers K, Piper K (2012)

Intercultural communications in remote Aboriginal Australian communities: what works in dementia education and management?.

Health Sociology Review; 21(2): 208-219

World Health Organization, Alzheimer's Disease International (2012)

Dementia: a public health priority.

Geneva: World Health Organization

2011

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (2011)

Comparing an SLK-based and a name-based data linkage strategy: an investigation into the PIAC linkage.

Canberra: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (2011)

Dementia among aged care residents: first information from the Aged Care Funding Instrument.

Canberra: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (2011)

Older Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Canberra: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare

Older Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people (2011)

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare

This factsheet contains information on older Indigenous people in Australia, including:

  • the number of older Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the population
  • their specific health care and support needs
  • where they live
  • how their needs are being met.

Abstract adapted from Australian Institute of Health and Welfare

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (2011)

The Hospital Dementia Services Project: a study description.

Canberra: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (2011)

Trends in palliative care in Australian hospitals.

Canberra: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare

Brooke NJ (2011)

Needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients residing in Australian residential aged-care facilities.

Australian Journal of Rural Health; 19(4): 166-170

Fisher D (2011)

Wandering in the dreamtime.

Australian Ageing Agenda; (May-June 2011): 28-30

Frontier Services NT Dementia Behaviour Management Advisory Service (DBMAS) (2011)

New dementia resource for remote Indigenous carers.

Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal; 35(5): 25

Garvey G, Simmonds D, Clements V, O'Rourke P, Sullivan K, Gorman D, Curnow V, Wise S, Beattie E (2011)

Making sense of dementia: understanding among Indigenous Australians.

International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry; 26(6): 649–656

Garvey G, Simmonds D, Clements V, O'Rourke P, Whop L, Sullivan K, Gorman D, Curnow V, Wise S, Beattie E (2011)

Understanding dementia amongst Indigenous Australians.

Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal; 35(2): 16-18

Kowal P, Gibson R, Wutzke S, Smith K, Cotter P, Strivens E, Lindeman M, LoGiudice D, Broe G (2011)

Roundtable discussion: data on ageing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander populations.

World Medical & Health Policy; 3(3): 7

Retrieved from http://www.psocommons.org/wmhp/vol3/iss3/art7/

LoGiudice D, Strivens E, Smith K, Stevenson M, Atkinson D, Dwyer A, Lautenschlager N, Almeida OA, Flicker L (2011)

The KICA screen: the psychometric properties of a shortened version of the KICA (Kimberley Indigenous Cognitive Assessment).

Australasian Journal on Ageing; 30(4): 215–219

Productivity Commission (2011)

Caring for older Australians: draft report.

Melbourne: Productivity Commission

Productivity Commission (2011)

Caring for older Australians: Inquiry report.

Melbourne: Productivity Commission

The Caring for older Australians: inquiry report follows the Government's request for the Productivity Commission to develop detailed options for redesigning Australia's aged care system in order to meet the challenges facing it in coming decades. The report includes the Commission's recommendations along with a summary of the reforms proposed based on consultations with older Australians, their carers, aged care providers, government agencies and other interested parties. The report also provides an overview of the diversity in the demand for aged care services with a chapter on evaluating how well aged care services are being delivered in ways that meet the needs and preferences of clients from specific groups, including Indigenous people. Principles of a reformed aged care system identified as critical to the establishment of culturally secure services specific to Indigenous Australians included factors relevant to attracting and retaining Indigenous workers to provide culturally appropriate services, use of culturally appropriate assessment tools, and support to develop service capacity appropriate to meet Indigenous clients specific needs.

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract

Productivity Commission (2011)

Caring for older Australians: Productivity Commission inquiry report overview.

Melbourne: Productivity Commission

Reamy AM, Kim K, Zarit SH, Whitlatch CJ (2011)

Understanding discrepancy in perceptions of values: individuals with mild to moderate dementia and their family caregivers.

The Gerontologist; 51(4): 473-483

Seeher K, Withall A, Brodaty H (2011)

The Dementia Research Mapping Project: the 2010 update: final report.

Sydney: Dementia Collaborative Research Centres

Smith K, Flicker L, Shadforth G, Carroll E, Ralph N, Atkinson D, Lindeman M, Schaper F, Lautenschlager NT, LoGiudice D (2011)

‘Gotta be sit down and worked out together': views of Aboriginal caregivers and service providers on ways to improve dementia care for Aboriginal Australians.

Rural and Remote Health; 11: 1650

Retrieved 14 June 2011 from http://www.rrh.org.au/publishedarticles/article_print_1650.pdf

2010

Access Economics (2010)

Caring places: planning for aged care & dementia 2010-2050: volume 1.

Canberra: Alzheimer's Australia

Arkles RS, Jackson Pulver LR, Robertson H, Draper B, Chalkley S, Broe GA (2010)

Ageing, cognition and dementia in Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples: a life cycle approach.

Sydney: Neuroscience Research Australia and Muru Marri Indigenous Health Unit, University of New South Wales

This publication is a literature review concerning dementia in the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population for the years 2006-2009. The review was undertaken as a result of an emerging public health concern for the increased prevalence of dementia in remote indigenous communities; in particular the data collected for the Kimberley region of Western Australia.

The literature reviewed established that: the prevalence of dementia in the Australian Indigenous population is five times the rate for the non-Indigenous population; dementia presents at an earlier age in the Indigenous population; the perception of dementia is different across communities and situations, it is often not viewed as a medical condition; the health and social conditions Indigenous people currently experience puts them at a greater risk of developing dementia compared to non-Indigenous people; and access to services are problematic due to a lack of transport and services which take into consideration language, cultural or other circumstances unique to Indigenous people and their communities.

The review demonstrates the importance of establishing a framework for addressing dementia in the Indigenous population that is culturally appropriate and within a historical context. The review highlights the gaps in knowledge pertaining to dementia in the Indigenous population.

Finally the report makes recommendations based on the findings of the literature review emphasising that research is needed on Indigenous people's understanding of dementia, the role of carers and the impact on their wellbeing, identification and assessment and best practice models of care and services.

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (2010)

Australia's health 2010: the twelfth biennial report of the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare.

Canberra: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare

Australia's health 2010 was released by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare as the twelfth edition of its biennial national health report. The report shows that Australia is one of the healthiest nations in the world, with most Australians generally have good health and access to a range of good health care services, but Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples continue to have much poorer health than the general population.

Health information about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples is included in various sections of the report but particularly in chapter 5.1 which compiles information about demographic profiles, health status, disability rates and service use. The section highlights that Indigenous Australians are continuing to die at much younger ages than non-Indigenous Australians. Indigenous Australians also continue to have a greater disease burden, higher rates of disability and a lower quality of life than other Australians. The section concludes with information on behaviours and health risk factors that shape the health status of Indigenous peoples such as tobacco use, alcohol misuse, illicit drug use, and housing conditions.

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (2010)

Dementia and the take-up of residential respite care.

Canberra: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (2010)

Dementia and the take-up of residential respite care: an analysis using the PIAC cohort.

Canberra: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare

Carrol E, Smith K, Flicker L, LoGiudice D, Shadforth G, Ralph N, Lindeman M, Almeida O, Atkinson D, Shaper F, Lautenschlager N (2010)

Indigenous services study: Lungurra Ngoora Community Care final report.

Broome, WA: Kimberley Aboriginal Medical Services Council

Central Australian Rural Practitioners Association (2010)

CARPA standard treatment manual [5th ed.].

5th ed. Alice Springs: Central Australian Rural Practitioners Association

This manual assists practitioners to manage a range of health, social and work conditions when they arrive in central and northern Australia without any specific training in remote practice.

The manual topics include:

  • emergency and assessment
    • patterns of abdominal pain
    • burns
    • chest (breathing) injuries
  • child health
    • dental and oral problems
    • ear and hearing problems
    • chronic suppuratives lung disease
  • mental health and drug problems
    • mental health assessment
    • suicide risk
    • alcohol and other drugs
  • chronic disease
    • assessing and reducing cardiovascular risk
    • diabetes
    • heart failure
  • sexual health
    • HIV/AIDS
    • sexually transmitted infections in men
  • general topics
    • eye problems
    • rheumatic fever and heart disease
    • hepatitis.

This resource ensures a sensitive and comprehensive approach to primary health care for Aboriginal people in the Northern Territory and beyond. Access to the manual requires registration which is free.

The sixth edition of the CARPA manual was released in 2014.

Abstract adapted from Central Australian Rural Practitioners Association

Department of Health and Ageing (2010)

Interim evaluation of the Northern Territory Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community aged care workforce development projects: final report.

Canberra: Department of Health and Ageing, Australia

Fleming R (2010)

The use of environmental assessment tools for the evaluation of Australian residential facilities for people with dementia.

Sydney: Dementia Collaborative Research Centres

Henderson S, Broe GA (2010)

Dementia in Aboriginal Australians [editorial].

Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry; 44(10): 869–871

Lindeman MA, Smith K (2010)

Remote primary health care practitioners' views about priorities in Indigenous dementia research [letter to the editor].

Rural and Remote Health; 10: 1538

Retrieved 28 July 2010 from http://www.rrh.org.au/articles/subviewnew.asp?ArticleID=1538

McMillan F, Kampers D, Traynor V, Dewing J (2010)

Person-centred care as caring for country: an Indigenous Australian experience.

Dementia; 9(2): 163-167

Murphy R (2010)

Lungurra Ngoora Community Care Service evaluation report.

Perth: Yarmintali Consultancy

NSW Dementia Policy Team (2010)

The NSW dementia services framework 2010-2015.

Sydney: NSW Department of Health

Smith K, Flicker L, Dwyer A, Atkinson D, Almeida OP, Lautenschlager NT, LoGiudice D (2010)

Factors associated with dementia in Aboriginal Australians.

Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry; 44(10): 888–893

Smith K, LoGiudice D, Flicker L (2010)

Dementia care and best practice in rural and remote settings: a literature review.

Sydney: Dementia Collaborative Research Centres

2009

Access Economics (2009)

Keeping dementia front of mind: incidence and prevalence 2009-2050.

Canberra: Alzheimer's Australia

Burgess CP, Johnston FH, Berry HL, McDonnell J, Yibarbuk D, Gunabarra C, Mileran A, Bailie RS (2009)

Healthy country, healthy people: the relationship between Indigenous health status and “caring for country”.

Medical Journal of Australia; 190(10): 567-572

Runge C, Gilham J, Peut A (2009)

Transitions in care of people with dementia: a systematic review of the literature.

Canberra: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare

SBS TV (2009)

Lost memories: living black episode.

: SBS TV

Smith K, Flicker L, Dwyer A, Marsh G, Mahajani S, Almeida O, Lautenschlager N, Atkinson D, LoGiudice D (2009)

Assessing cognitive impairment in Indigenous Australians: re-evaluation of the Kimberley Indigenous Cognitive Assessment in Western Australia and the Northern Territory.

Australian Psychologist; 44(1): 54-61

Smith K (2009)

Assessment and prevalence of dementia in Indigenous Australians.

Doctor of Philosophy in Medicine thesis, University of Western Australia: Perth

Young R (2009)

Ageing in the bush: what is remotely possible?.

Paper presented at the From creative ageing to end-of-life in rural and remote Australia. 17 November 2009, Canberra

2008

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Ageing Committee of the Australian Association of Gerontology (2008)

Growing old well - a life cycle approach for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

Brisbane: Australian Assocation of Gerontology

Alt Beatty Consulting (2008)

HACC service models for people with younger onset dementia and people with dementia and behaviours of concern: issues for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.

Mosman NSW: Ageing, Disability and Home Care, Department of Human Services NSW

Arehart-Treichel J (2008)

Dementia 'epidemic' plagues some Indigenous Australians.

Psychiatric News; 43(21): 21

Australian Bureau of Statistics (2008)

A profile of carers in Australia.

Canberra: Australian Bureau of Statistics

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (2008)

Australia's health 2008: the eleventh biennial health report of the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare.

Canberra: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare

Australia's health 2008 was released by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare as the eleventh edition of its biennial national health report. The report shows that Australia is one of the healthiest nations in the world, with most Australians generally have good health and access to a range of good health care services, but Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples continue to have much poorer health than the general population.

Section 3.2 of the report compiles health information on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Information about the demographic profile, health status, disability rates, and service use is provided. The section highlights that despite improvements in Indigenous death rates, the overall gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous rates appears to be widening with Indigenous Australians continuing to die at much younger ages. Indigenous Australians also continue to have a greater disease burden, higher rates of disability and a lower quality of life than other Australians. The section concludes with information on behaviours and health risk factors that shape the health status of Indigenous peoples such as tobacco use, alcohol misuse, illicit drug use, and housing conditions.

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract

Bennett DA (2008)

Cognitive health in Indigenous peoples.

Neurology; 71(19): 1466-1467

Broe GA, Pulver LJ (2008)

A life cycle approach to ageing, health and dementia in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Wollongong, NSW: Muru Marri Indigenous Health Unit, UNSW, and Prince of Wales Medical Research Institute

Broe GA, Jackson Pulver L, Arkles R, Robertson H, Kelso W, Draper B (2008)

Cognition, ageing and dementia in Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples: a review of the literature.

Sydney: Dementia Collaborative Research Centre, University of New South Wales

Smith K, Flicker L, Lautenschlager NT, Almeida OP, Atkinson D, Dwyer A, LoGiudice D (2008)

High prevalence of dementia and cognitive impairment in Indigenous Australians.

Neurology; 71(19): 1470-1473

Woods S (2008)

Men and memory loss.

The Chronicle; 11(6): 26-27

 
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