Collection Details : Journal of Nursing Care Quality

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Falls and Falls Prevention

  • Creator:   Editor
  • Updated:   11/17/2022
  • Contains:  18 items
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Designing and Implementing a Zero Harm Falls Prevention Program: A Quality Improvement Study

Wilson, Mary-Agnes; Hacker Teper, Matthew; Sinno, Maya; More

Journal of Nursing Care Quality. 37(3):199-205, July/September 2022.

Designing and Implementing a Zero Harm Falls Prevention Program: A Quality Improvement Study

Fall Prevention and Injury Reduction Utilizing Continuous Video Monitoring: A Quality Improvement Initiative

Hogan Quigley, Beth; Renz, Susan M.; Bradway, Christine

Journal of Nursing Care Quality. 37(2):123-129, April/June 2022.

Fall Prevention and Injury Reduction Utilizing Continuous Video Monitoring in Hospitalized Patients: A Quality Improvement Initiative

Using Patient Simulation to Promote Best Practices in Fall Prevention and Postfall Assessment in Nursing Homes

Acosta, Daniela J.; Rinfret, Amber; Plant, Jennifer; More

Journal of Nursing Care Quality. 37(2):117-122, April/June 2022.

Using Patient Simulation to Promote Best Practices in Fall Prevention and Post Fall Assessment in Nursing Homes

Validity and Usefulness of an Electronic Health Care Record-Generated Mobility Ambulation Tool: The Human Body Was Designed to Move

Kawar, Lina Najib; Crawford, Cecelia L.; Mendoza, Rosalina G.; More

Journal of Nursing Care Quality. 37(1):68-74, January/March 2022.

Validity and Usefulness of an Electronic Health Care Record-Generated Mobility Ambulation Tool: The Human Body was Designed to Move

Adopting the Fall Tailoring Interventions for Patient Safety (TIPS) Program to Engage Older Adults in Fall Prevention in a Nursing Home

Tzeng, Huey-Ming; Jansen, Lynn S.; Okpalauwaekwe, Udoka; More

Journal of Nursing Care Quality. 36(4):327-332, October/December 2021.

Adopting the Fall Tailoring Interventions for Patient Safety (TIPS) Program to Engage Older Adults in Fall Prevention in a Nursing Home

Do Falls and Other Safety Issues Occur More Often During Handovers When Nurses Are Away From Patients? Findings From a Retrospective Study Design

Demaria, Jessica; Valent, Francesca; Danielis, Matteo; More

Journal of Nursing Care Quality. 36(3):202-209, July/September 2021.

Do Falls and Other Safety Issues Occur More Often During Handovers When Nurses are Away from Patients? Findings from a Retrospective Study Design