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Exploitation d'une ressource canadienne unique : l’Étude longitudinale canadienne sur le vieillissement

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  24 August 2015

Susan A. Kirkland*
Affiliation:
Département de santé communautaire et d’épidémiologie, Université Dalhousie Département de médecine, Université Dalhousie
Lauren E. Griffith
Affiliation:
Département d’épidémiologie clinique et de biostatistique, Université McMaster
Verena Menec
Affiliation:
Département des sciences de la santé communautaire, Université du Manitoba
Andrew Wister
Affiliation:
Département de gérontologie, Université Simon Fraser
Hélène Payette
Affiliation:
Centre de recherche sur le vieillissement, CIUSS de l’Estrie-CHUS Faculté de médecine et des sciences de la santé, Université de Sherbrooke
Christina Wolfson
Affiliation:
Institut de recherche, Centre universitaire de santé, McGill Département d’épidémiologie, de biostatistique et de santé au travail, Université McGill
Parminder S. Raina
Affiliation:
Département d’épidémiologie clinique et de biostatistique, Université McMaster Institut de géroscience de McMaster
*
La correspondance et les demandes de tirés-à-part doivent être adressées à : / Correspondence and requests for offprints should be sent to: Susan Kirkland, Ph.D. Department of Community Health and Epidemiology Dalhousie University 5790 University Ave Halifax, NS B3H 1V7 Canada (Susan.kirkland@dal.ca)

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Canadian Institutes of Health Research–Institute of Aging: Profile/Instituts de recherche en santé du Canada–Institut du vieillissement : Profil
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Copyright © Canadian Association on Gerontology 2015 

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