Primary nursing is a method of delivering individualized care that is assumed to be especially suitable for older patients 17 who are more often frail and vulnerable and so require a holistic approach to their management. Will traditional models of delivering nursing care to the frail elderly or persons over the age of 75 meet the present and future needs of society primary nursing is the model of delivering . Primary nursing and the older patient primary nursing and the older patient wright steve 1990 03 01 000000 florence nightingale described the case method in an era when the hospital base of nursing had yet to expand fully the idea was of individual nurses working with specific patients and or families and having overall responsibility for their care. Primary nursing in elderly care hooker john c 1994 10 01 000000 by james p smith blackwell scientific publications oxford 1994 190 pages agbp1299 isbn 0 632 03865 9 this edited book is the first in a series of thematic collections selected from the pages of the journal of advanced nursing it opens superbly with a paper by one of . Advancing the health of our aging population a lead role for nursing our aging population nurses provide the front line health care for older adults in a wide variety of settings including preventive care in primary care offices and in the community acute care in hospitals and long term care in nursing homes and assisted living facilities
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