A tale of mice and (wo)men: will current policies on extending working lives improve quality of life for all.

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    Abstract

    I discovered the mouse problem while preparing Christmas dinner. ‘You’ll have to deal with them,’ my dad said, handing me two traditional mousetraps. I set the traps carefully in the kitchen cupboard and went to bed.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationHas the Sisterhood forgotten older women?
    EditorsSally-Marie Bamford, Jessica Watson
    Place of PublicationLondon
    PublisherInternational Longevity Centre - UK
    Pages41-43
    Publication statusPublished - 2013

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    The full text is available from: http://www.ilcuk.org.uk/index.php/publications/publication_details/has_the_sisterhood_forgotten_older_women

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    Broughan, C. (2013). A tale of mice and (wo)men: will current policies on extending working lives improve quality of life for all. In S-M. Bamford, & J. Watson (Eds.), Has the Sisterhood forgotten older women? (pp. 41-43). London: International Longevity Centre - UK.

    A tale of mice and (wo)men: will current policies on extending working lives improve quality of life for all. / Broughan, Christine.

    Has the Sisterhood forgotten older women?. ed. / Sally-Marie Bamford; Jessica Watson. London : International Longevity Centre - UK, 2013. p. 41-43.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

    Broughan, C 2013, A tale of mice and (wo)men: will current policies on extending working lives improve quality of life for all. in S-M Bamford & J Watson (eds), Has the Sisterhood forgotten older women?. International Longevity Centre - UK, London, pp. 41-43.
    Broughan C. A tale of mice and (wo)men: will current policies on extending working lives improve quality of life for all. In Bamford S-M, Watson J, editors, Has the Sisterhood forgotten older women?. London: International Longevity Centre - UK. 2013. p. 41-43
    Broughan, Christine. / A tale of mice and (wo)men: will current policies on extending working lives improve quality of life for all. Has the Sisterhood forgotten older women?. editor / Sally-Marie Bamford ; Jessica Watson. London : International Longevity Centre - UK, 2013. pp. 41-43
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