Nurses may see more signs than doctors

November 1995
Brown University Long-Term Care Quality Letter;11/13/95, Vol. 7 Issue 21, p1
Highlights a study by physicians that supported the belief and raised questions that long-term nurses are more alert to depressive symptoms in residents because of their daily contact. Hebrew Rehabilitation Center for Aged; Statistics; Implications. INSET: Reducing risks factors..


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