Today more than 10 million people require some form of long-term care, a number that is rapidly increasing and will continue to do so for years to come. This concise and user-friendly resource contains the fundamental information long-term care nurses need to provide all aspects of safe and effective care to their patients in nursing homes and assisted living facilities. Written by a renowned and highly respected nurse leader in long-term care and gerontology, it presents key facts and core competencies related to the clinical and managerial responsibilities of nurses in these settings. Information on the specific skills required for this challenging specialty, as well as must-know information on regulatory standards, site visits, management and leadership, and dementia care, is presented in a consistent format for quick access to information.A Guide for Nurses in Nursing Homes and Assisted Living Settings Charlotte Eliopoulos MPH, PhD, RN ... State operations manual, appendix PPaGuidance to surveyors for long term care facilities: Abuse. 42 C.F.R. As483.13, F223, F224, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Fast Facts for the Long-Term Care Nurse|
|Author||:||Charlotte Eliopoulos MPH, PhD, RN|
|Publisher||:||Springer Publishing Company - 2015-04-01|