Nursing Older Adults in Acute Care Conference

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Why Attend

Most nursing care provided in acute hospitals is for people older than 65 years. There are many subtle and not-so-subtle differences in nursing these older adults versus a younger age group, which can significantly influence outcomes. This timely conference looks at some of these points and examines how nurses make a difference when using a gerontic approach to acute care. Includes:

  • What are the major nursing factors affecting adults versus older people in acute care?
  • What are the big risks for older adults in acute care?
  • How does nursing care improve acute care outcomes?
  • What makes people bounce back to hospital?
  • How does acute nursing care embrace the special needs of the very old?
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