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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 16, Number 2, March 2008

Recognizing, valuing and celebrating care for older people
pp. 97-98(2)
Author: WEBSTER, JONATHAN

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Research into ageing and older people
pp. 99-104(6)
Author: WATSON, ROGER

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Older persons’ experiences of whole systems: the impact of health and social care organizational structures
pp. 105-114(10)
Authors: McCORMACK, BRENDAN; MITCHELL, ELIZABETH A.; COOK, GLENDA; REED, JAN; CHILDS, SUSAN

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The patient experience of being a delayed discharge
pp. 121-126(6)
Author: KYDD, ANGELA

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Delirium: challenges for clinical governance
pp. 127-133(7)
Author: SCHOFIELD, IRENE

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Leadership role of Consultant Nurses working with Older People: a co-operative inquiry
pp. 147-158(12)
Authors: MANLEY, KIM; WEBSTER, JONATHAN; HALE, NICK; HAYES, NICKY; MINARDI, HENRY

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An ethnographic study of intermediate care services in Wales: the hidden work
pp. 181-187(7)
Authors: THOMAS, VALERIE; LAMBERT, SUSAN

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Implementation of an intravenous medication infusion pump system: implications for nursing
pp. 188-197(10)
Authors: Bowcutt, Marilyn; Rosenkoetter, Marlene M.; Chernecky, Cynthia C.; Wall, Jane; Wynn, Donald; Serrano, Christina

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Postpartum/newborn patients: who are they and do they all need the same amount of nursing care?
pp. 198-203(6)
Authors: Raby, Christiane; Dowse, Tracey; Bennet, Linda

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Disconnection: the user voice within the wound dressing supply chain
pp. 204-213(10)
Authors: Campling, Natasha; Grocott, Patricia; Cowley, Sarah

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