Developing Person-Centered Care Through the Biographies of the Older Adult.

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Summary of "Developing Person-Centered Care Through the Biographies of the Older Adult."

A lack of specialized knowledge about providing health care to older people decreases their health outcomes and quality of life. This article presents an innovative learning strategy for preregistration nursing students to raise awareness of person-centered care of the older adult.


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Name: The Journal of nursing education
ISSN: 1938-2421
Pages: 742-746


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