The phone calls easing loneliness in lockdown
Alex Richardson Second-year mental health nursing student, Canterbury Christ Church University
A student initiative to support isolated older people during the pandemic has brought benefits for both clients and volunteers
Since lockdown began in March, many people have been living in isolation because they are in a vulnerable group, for example the over-70s.
Nursing Standard. 35, 7, 25-26. doi: 10.7748/ns.35.7.25.s13
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