Nurses will need to support older people who felt isolated during lockdown
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Nurses will need to support older people who felt isolated during lockdown

Nicky Hayes Consultant editor, Nursing Older People

Although COVID-19 infection rates reduced over the summer, enough has not yet been said about this year’s pandemic. There is much to learn through sharing innovations and applying them to supporting older people’s health and well-being and to anticipating management in any future outbreak.

Nursing Older People. 32, 5, 5-5. doi: 10.7748/nop.32.5.5.s1

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