- To create a publicly accessible data archive from the 10/66 Dementia Research Group's cross-sectional population-based surveys
- To use these data for comparative descriptive analyses of dementia prevalence, and its associated impact including
- the economic costs of illness in each centre comprising indirect (informal care) costs, lost earnings and direct costs (health and social care and medication).
- the relative independent contribution of dementia and other major non-communicable disorders to direct and indirect costs, disability, dependency and caregiver strain.
- To model dementia prevalence, examining the effects of age, education, literacy and SES, and at population level of urban vs. rural setting, historical levels of infant mortality, economic development, and industrialization.
- To study the social aetiology of late-life depression cross-sectionally in all ten centres, including the effects of relative and absolute poverty, ill health and disability, nutritional status, social support, life events, marital circumstances and living arrangements.
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