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The Management of Hip Fracture in Adult Patients Get help

A free online unit from Nursing Times Learning, in association with the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence

Welcome to the Nursing Times Learning online training unit on The Management of Hip Fracture in Adult Patients.

It is one of many online training units for nurses available from Nursing Times, the UK's leading independent, peer-reviewed journal for nurses. It will teach you:

  • About the clinical implications for patients of having a hip fracture and the wider implications of an increasing number of these patients accessing health and social care services
  • Why a co-ordinated multidisciplinary hip fracture programme provides better outcomes for patients and explain the importance of rehabilitation care
  • About the role of the family and carers in informed discharge

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