Creating sustainability: A nurse-led skin program
Kara A. Johnson, BSN, RN, WOC-RN, WCC, Nursing Science, Professional Practice, & Quality, Children's National Health System, Washington DC, USA; Laura C. Welch, BSN, RN-BC, CPN, WOC-RN, WCC, Nursing, Children's National Health System, Washington DC, USA
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Development of a nurse-led skin and wound program structured on education, prevention, and interprofessional collaboration, became the foundation for the development of the Skin Team. Outcomes included continued reduction in hospital-acquired pressure injury prevalence rates and increased prevention, by bringing awareness, education, and resources to frontline staff.
45th Biennial Convention 2019 Theme: Connect. Collaborate. Catalyze.
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Pressure Injury Prevention;
Skin & Wound Care
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