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Study Results

Selected results are presented here, drawn from the numerous publications arising from the CSHA. You are referred to the original publications for more detailed information.

The results are grouped under the following headings:

1.
The Prevalence of Dementia

2. The Incidence and Progression of Dementia

3.
Risk Factor Studies

4.
Mortality and Expectation of Life

5.
Caregiving

6. Disability and Frailty

7.
Other Health Topics included in the CSHA

8.
Methodological Contributions of the study


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Prevalence of Dementia results (Power Point format 497KB)Prevalence of Dementia results (Power Point format 497KB)
Incidence and Progression of Dementia Results (Power Point format 95KB)Incidence and Progression of Dementia results (Power Point format 95KB)
Risk Factor Studies (Power Point format 114 KB) Risk Factor Studies results (Power Point format 114 KB)
Mortality and Expectation of Life (Power Point format 145KB)Mortality and Expectation of Life results (Power Point format 145KB)
Caregiving results (Power Point format 171KB)Caregiving results (Power Point format 171KB)
Disability and Frailty results (Power Point format 82KB)Disability and Frailty results (Power Point format 82KB)
Other Health Topics included in the CSHA (Power Point format 67KB)Other Health Topics included in the CSHA (Power Point format 67KB)
Methodological Contributions of the study (Power Point format 63KB) Methodological Contributions of the study (Power Point format 63KB)

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