Time use and participation: impact of age, illness, life transitions and deep brain stimulation

Liddle, Jacki, McKenna, Kryss, Gustafsson, Louise, Chenery, Helen, Bartlett, Helen and Broome, Kieran (2012) Time use and participation: impact of age, illness, life transitions and deep brain stimulation. Time Use Bulletin, Edition 3 3-3.

Author Liddle, Jacki
McKenna, Kryss
Gustafsson, Louise
Chenery, Helen
Bartlett, Helen
Broome, Kieran
Title Time use and participation: impact of age, illness, life transitions and deep brain stimulation
Journal name Time Use Bulletin
Publication date 2012-01-01
Year available 2013
Sub-type Article (original research)
Volume Edition 3
Start page 3
End page 3
Total pages 1
Editor Christina Inbakaran
Marie-Louise Van Der Klooster
Place of publication Melbourne, Australia
Publisher Deakin University
Language eng
Abstract Investigators at the University of Queensland have been exploring time use as an outcome measure to capture the impact of ageing, health conditions (e.g. stroke), life transitions (e.g. driving cessation) and are now embarking on the exploration of the impact of Parkinson’s disease and deep brain stimulation on time use, participation and quality of life. The use of time of 195 older community dwelling Australians (aged 65 years and older) was investigated via face to face interviews using a time diary reflecting on the past week (Activity Configuration), role participation and life satisfaction.
Q-Index Code CX
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status UQ
Additional Notes Issue title: 2012 Time Use: Australia, UK, USA, Canada, South America, and Europe.

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