Undoing the adverse effects of lockdown
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Undoing the adverse effects of lockdown

Helen Slocombe Senior sister, Royal United Hospitals Foundation Trust, Bath

Social distancing and shielding disrupted activities that prevent deconditioning. Restarting them involves new challenges for nurses

While COVID-19 has had devastating consequences in the short term, the implications for some people’s health are likely to be long-standing and substantial.

Nursing Standard. 35, 12, 53-53. doi: 10.7748/ns.35.12.53.s20

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