Rehabilitation and older people
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Rehabilitation and older people

Mary Clay Nurse Consultant, Older People’s Services, St Mary’s Hospital NHS Trust and Kensington & Chelsea Primary Care Trust, London
Siân Wade Lead Nurse, Older People, Oxford Radcliffe Hospitals Trust

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This article explores team and goal-planning approaches to rehabilitation and intermediate care, and explains the centrality of the nurse’s role in achieving successful rehabilitation.

Nursing Older People. 15, 7, 25-29. doi: 10.7748/nop2003.10.15.7.25.c2276

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