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Dehydration is associated with significant adverse outcomes in older people despite being largely preventable and treatable. Little research has focused on the views of community-dwelling older people on hydration, healthy drinking and the perceived importance of drinking well in later life.

More information Original publication

DOI

https://doi.org/10.1093/ageing/afz141

Type

Journal article

Journal

Age and Aging: British Geriatrics Society

Issue

1

Publisher

Oxford University Press

Publication Date

01/2020

Volume

49

Addresses

Project No: 407, Co -PIs: Cini Bhanu &Christina Avgerinou

Keywords

older people, hydration, dehydration, qualitative research, carers