During the pandemic care home nurses have proven there is more than one front line
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During the pandemic care home nurses have proven there is more than one front line

Jennifer Trueland Health journalist

In a changed world, care home nurses have shown that they have the skills to care for people with multiple and complex needs

Anita Astle would be the first to admit 2020 was a tough year. As nurse manager and managing director of Nottinghamshire nursing home Wren Hall, losing residents – she calls them ‘family members’ – to COVID-19 has been devastating.

Nursing Older People. 33, 1, 6-8. doi: 10.7748/nop.33.1.6.s2

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