Frailty and depression predict instrumental activities of daily living in older adults: a population-based longitudinal study using the CARE75+ cohort

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References: Coventry P, McMillan D, Clegg A, Brown L, Van Der Feltz-Cornelis CM, Gilbody S et al. Frailty and depression predict instrumental activities of daily living in older adults: a population-based longitudinal study using the CARE75+ cohort. PLOS one. 2020 Dec 15;15(12). e0243972. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0243972

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Peter Coventry, Dean McMillan, Andrew Clegg, Lesley Brown, Christina Maria Van Der Feltz-Cornelis, Simon Gilbody, Shehzad Ali

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