A harmonized measure of activities of daily living was a reliable and valid instrument for comparing disability in older people across countries

S.M.F. Pluijm, C. Bardage, S. Nikula, T. Blumstein, M. Jylha, N. Minicuci, M.V. Zunzunegui, N.L. Pedersen, D.J.H. Deeg

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