Three decades of older people’s nursing reflected in our pages
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Three decades of older people’s nursing reflected in our pages

Daniel Allen Health writer

The story of this journal seen through a dip into the archives along with the recollections of two former occupants of the editor’s chair

You will not all agree, but it had to be done.’ With those words, in June 1989, the editor, Linda Thomas, kick-started a new era for this journal, which until then had gone by the name Geriatric Nursing and Home Care.

Nursing Older People. 31, 3, 16-19. doi: 10.7748/nop.31.3.16.s13

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