No quick fix to meeting the needs of our ageing population
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No quick fix to meeting the needs of our ageing population

Zena Aldridge Consultant editor, Nursing Older People

The COVID pandemic led to a rapid transformation in the delivery of healthcare services, with an increased role for digital monitoring and deployment of virtual wards and hospital at home teams. There is now a greater focus on delivering such services for older people living with frailty, many of whom have complex health and social care needs (Careers, page 14).

Nursing Older People. 35, 1, 5-5. doi: 10.7748/nop.35.1.5.s1

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