A nurse-led intensive care after-care programme - development, experiences and preliminary evaluation.

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BACKGROUND The benefits of critical care follow-up services include increased understanding of the long-term consequences of intensive care and entail helping patients and their next of kin to come to terms with their problems and distress following critical illness and intensive care treatment. AIMS To establish an intensive care after-care programme and… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/j.1478-5153.2009.00336.x

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@article{Samuelson2009ANI, title={A nurse-led intensive care after-care programme - development, experiences and preliminary evaluation.}, author={Karin A M Samuelson and Ingrid Corrigan}, journal={Nursing in critical care}, year={2009}, volume={14 5}, pages={254-63} }