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    Open Access Short Communication Article ID: ANPC-3-125

    Resilience in later life: A critical role for Nursing?

    Ronald J Burke*

    The population is aging. Gratton (2016) writes that we will soon be living to 100. The nursing profession has a major role today in promoting, supporting and maintaining healthy habits and resilience in this aging group of women and men [1].

    Aging involves changes in biological, psychological and social functioning over time. Fortunately these  changes are only weakly related to chronological age. Women and men are living longer and healthier now.


    Published on: Jun 19, 2017 Pages: 50-51

    Full Text PDF Full Text HTML DOI: 10.17352/anpc.000025 CrossMark

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