A new beginning for care for elderly people?

Evans, John Grimley; Tallis, Raymond C.
April 2001
BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);04/07/2001, Vol. 322 Issue 7290, p807
Academic Journal
Editorial. Discusses changes in the policy on medical care for elderly people. Details of a study conducted by the National Service Framework for Older People, which displayed a personality split between its external reference group (ERG) and its in group (IG) of civil servants; Belief by IGians that care in hospitals is too expensive for old people; Concern over proposals for development in intermediate care.


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