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ExplorinG frailty and mild cognitive impairmEnt in kidney tRansplantation to predict biomedicAl, psychosocial and health cost outcomeS (GERAS): protocol of a nationwide prospective cohort study

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Mauthner, Oliver
Claes, Veerle
Walston, Jeremy
Engberg, Sandra
Binet, Isabelle
Dickenmann, Michael
Golshayan, Déla
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Published in Journal of Advanced Nursing. 2017, vol. 73, no. 3, p. 716-734
Abstract To present the rationale, design and methodology of the GERAS project, which examines whether assessment of frailty and mild cognitive impairment could enhance risk prediction for biomedical, psychosocial outcomes and foster efficient resource allocation in kidney transplantation.
Keywords frailtyhealth economicskidney transplantationmidwivesmild cognitive impairmentnursesnursingolder patientsrisk prediction, multi-centre prospective cohort study
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MAUTHNER, Oliver et al. ExplorinG frailty and mild cognitive impairmEnt in kidney tRansplantation to predict biomedicAl, psychosocial and health cost outcomeS (GERAS): protocol of a nationwide prospective cohort study. In: Journal of Advanced Nursing, 2017, vol. 73, n° 3, p. 716-734. https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:93779

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