Commission asks for ideas to create integrated service

May 2015
Nursing Older People;May2015, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p6
Academic Journal
The article reports that an independent commission launched by Great Britain's National Health Service is urging nurses to submit their ideas and examples of innovative practices to improve services for older people in hospitals.


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