Editorial| Volume 19, ISSUE 8, P641-643, August 2018

Writing for Impact in Post-acute and Long-term Care

      To state the obvious: impactful research in post-acute and long-term care (PA/LTC) addresses topics important for practice, policy, and research now and in the future, using sound data and rigorous analytic methods.
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