Keep education fun for aides

January 2010
Hospice Management Advisor;Jan2010, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p7
The article offers suggestions from Terri Edmiston, clinical manager for Parkview Hospital Home Health and Hospice in Huntington, Indiana, for delivering pressure ulcer education to nurses to prevent pressure ulcers. According to Edmiston, nurses should be taught in a creative way, and a visual and participatory activity will be effective for a successful pressure ulcer program. She suggests to use colored water to demonstrate different properties of barrier creams.


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