A project for reducing the incidence of pressure injuries in a general ward
Chia-Wen Wang, RN, Pei-Jung Wu, RN, Hsin-I Su, RN, Yi-Hsuan Lee, RN, Yi-Lin Cheng, RN, Wurn-Yirng Ju, RN, and Ching-Hui Wang, PhD, MS, RN - Department of Nursing, Taipei Veterans General Hospital, Taipei, Taiwan
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A project by providing in-service education with experience curriculum, hosting a rewards program competition, and establishing the risk factors - precautions checklist successfully improved the implementation rate of pressure injury prevention, at the same time, reduced the incidence of pressure injuries in the general ward.
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