2007 National Teaching Institute Creative Solutions Abstracts

April 2007
Critical Care Nurse;Apr2007, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p90
Academic Journal
The article provides creative solutions abstracts presented at the AACN National Teaching Institute in Atlanta, Georgia. These include "Push to Prevent: Risk Assessment and Prevention of Pressure Related Wounds in a Medical-Surgical Intensive Care Unit," "Mission Possible: Our Path to Certification" and "A Therapeutic Hypothermia Review Group to Ensure Patient Safety."


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