Family carers talk about their perceptions of nursing homes

Posted on September 1st, by editor in Journal of Dementia Care. No Comments

Susan Tester, Gill Hubbard and Murna Downs held six focus groups about perceptions of quality of life for frail older people during and after their transition to institutional care. Here we present a summary of the findings from these groups.
Author/s: Susan Tester, Gill Hubbard, Murna Downs
Vol: 9, Issue: 5, pp37-38

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