Flinders Research Project

This study is part of the project entitled Community participation in older adults. The project will investigate how adults aged 65 years and over participate in their community.

Relationships between levels of community participation, physical activity, loneliness, sleep and health related quality of life will be explored. The preferred locations visited by older people and the attributes of these locations will be identified using Global positioning systems (GPS). This project is supported by Flinders University, College of Nursing and Health Sciences.

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A more detailed information sheet is also available to download (pdf).

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