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Mike Nolan, Sue Davies
British Journal of Nursing, Vol. 11, Iss. 7, 11 Apr 2002, pp 501 - 502

This article briefly considers the challenges facing gerontological nursing over the next 10 years. It suggests that future quality of care will depend largely on the ability to recruit and retain staff who actively choose to work with older people. This will mean raising the status and profile of gerontological nursing and identifying a philosophy that provides direction and purpose for future care practices.

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