Jonathan Webster

October 2008
Nursing Older People;Oct2008, Vol. 20 Issue 8, p29
Academic Journal
The article reports on Jonathan Webster, a registered general nurse and who has worked in both secondary and primary care in England and Australia. He has been a consultant nurse in older people's care since 2001 He became interested in older people's care because of the difference expert nurses can make in the care of older people. He says that the greatest myth about older people is that everyone is the same and hopes that by 2020, older people will be steering the political agenda.


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