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Go Home to your Rest

Will elderly rest home residents wear hip protectors?

Home Blood Pressure Monitoring: A Few minutes of Rest Before Measurement May Not Be Appropriate

BATEMAN-CHAMPAIN, John Norman (1880 - 1950), Chaplain of St Monica Home of Rest, Bristol, since 1948

LAZENBY, Frederick George (1876 - 1943), Secretary and House Governor of Saint Monica’s Home of Rest, Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol

Disrupted daily activity/rest cycles in relation to daily cortisol rhythms of home‐dwelling patients with early Alzheimer’s dementia

Ambulatory but Sedentary: Impact on Cognition and the Rest–Activity Rhythm in Nursing Home Residents With Dementia

Rest in Peace: A Cultural History of Death and the Funeral Home in Twentieth-Century America. By Gary Laderman. Oxford University Press, 2003. 245 pages. $35.00

GUTHRIE, Leonard George (1858 - 1918), Senior Physician Children’s Hospital, Paddington Green; Physician Hospital for Epilepsy and Paralysis, Maida Vale, W; Consulting Physician Home of Rest for the Dying, Clapham, and Potters Bar Cottage Hospital

Rest in Peace: A Cultural History of Death and the Funeral Home in Twentieth-Century America. By Gary Laderman (New York: Oxford University Press, 2003. xlii plus 245pp. $35.00)

TURNER, Edward Beadon (1854 - 1931), Consulting Physician Princess Helena College and the Home of Rest, Paddington; Visiting Apothecary, St George’s Hospital, SW; Physician St Mary’s College, Lancaster Gate, W2; Inspector (late Chief Medical Officer F Division) special constabulary; medallist of the Order of the British Empire

NEAGLE, Anna (1904 - 1986), Hon. Vice-President, FANY Corps, 1972 (Hon. Ensign 1950); actress, producer; Member: Executive Council, King George VI Memorial Foundation; Council Edith Cavell Homes of Rest for Nurses; Council, King George’s Pension Fund for Actors and Actresses; Vice-President: Forces Help Society; Royal Alfred Society for Seafarers

 

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A facility for long-term care of people who are infirm because of physical or mental impairment, disability, or handicap. A rest home usually offers shelter and meals but little or no nursing care and only episodic medical care.

Subjects: Public Health and Epidemiology.


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