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(hämtat ur Lunds universitets publikationsdatabas)
- Accidental falls, health-related quality of life and life satisfaction: A prospective study of the general elderly population.
- Both deterioration and improvement in activities of daily living are related to falls: a 6-year follow-up of the general elderly population study Good Aging in Skåne.
- Home and health in the third age - methodological background and descriptive findings.
- Sleep quality, use of hypnotics and sleeping habits in different age-groups among older people
- Sleep quality, use of hypnotics and sleeping habits in different age-groups among older people.
- Use, non-use and perceived unmet needs of assistive technology among Swedish people in the third age.
- Associations between cognitive abilities and life satisfaction in the oldest-old. Results from the longitudinal population study Good Aging in Skåne.
- Falls in the general elderly population: a 3- and 6- year prospective study of risk factors using data from the longitudinal population study 'Good ageing in Skane'.
- Associations between functional ability and life satisfaction in the oldest old: results from the longitudinal population study Good Aging in Skane
- Does informal support influence social participation of fractured elderly people?
- Extension of ENABLE-AGE research questions and methodology to a younger cohort in Sweden
- Life satisfaction (LS) and symptoms among the oldest-old: Results from the longitudinal population study called Good Aging in Skåne (GÅS).
- What factors affect life satisfaction (LS) among the oldest-old?