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Try to see the bigger picture

, : Try to see the bigger picture. Nursing Older People 27(7): 12-12

MANY OLDER people are healthy and live independently or with some support in their own homes. However, an increasing ageing population with a varied profile of health, functioning and wellbeing means that in later life more people may need some form of health and social care and live in various facilities.


PMID: 26310223

DOI: 10.7748/nop.27.7.12.s14

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