Frailty in Family Practice : A Survey of Caregivers of Frail Elders

@inproceedings{Yaman2017FrailtyIF,
  title={Frailty in Family Practice : A Survey of Caregivers of Frail Elders},
  author={Hakan Yaman},
  year={2017}
}
Introduction: Elderly populations are increasing world-wide. In the next few decades such increase will be more prominent in the developing world including Middle Eastern countries. Rate of morbidity is very much age related including depression. Impact of depression on health services is enormous world-wide. No data is available about how common depression is in Kurdistan and its correlates with gender, age, education level, economical status, marital status, housing, alcohol use, functional… CONTINUE READING

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