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Joy-of-life in cognitively intact nursing home residents: the impact of the nurse-patient interaction.

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The nursing-home population is at a high risk of declined well-being and quality of life. Finding approaches to increase well-being among older adults in nursing-homes is highly warranted. Responding to this need, the approach framed 'Joy-of-Life-Nursing-Homes' (JoLNH) was developed in Norway.

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Name: Scandinavian journal of caring sciences
ISSN: 1471-6712
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