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44The Three Ps of Co-Designing Person-Centred Care for Frail Older People in Acute Care Settings: Public, Patient and Practitioner Involvement



44The Three Ps of Co-Designing Person-Centred Care for Frail Older People in Acute Care Settings: Public, Patient and Practitioner Involvement



Age and Ageing 47(Suppl_5): v13-v60




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DOI: 10.1093/ageing/afy140.32


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