Community care of older people with frailty: What we know and what we don’t Free

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In this talk, Professor John Gladman presents a sufficient body of evidence demonstrating the principle that frail older people benefit in ways that matter to them (and the service) provided they are integrated and complex. Professor Gladman also discusses the principles of rehabilitation with regard to the care of older people, including multidisciplinary teams and comprehensive assessment.

This event was filmed at the RSM in London for the event 'Interface and community geriatric medicine for the generalist: the benefits of all integrated services' on the 11th October 2017. 

Length: 00:32:25

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00:08:40 - PRINCIPLE Beswick - meaning
00:12:09 - ACP - results
00:30:08 - Summary
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Dr Charles Murray, Clinical Director, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust.

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Dr John Nichols, Visiting Research Fellow, University of Surrey.

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Dr Jo Howard, Consultant and Lead Haematologist, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust.

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