Family presence during resuscitation (FPDR): Evaluation of the ER-DRIP education package
Joanne Porter, PhD, MN, GradDipCC, GradDipHSM, GradCertHeD, BN, RN, School of Nursing and Healthcare Professions, Federation University Australia, Victoria, Australia
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In order to implement Family presence during resuscitation into practice, a learning package was developed (ER-DRIP) teaching practitioners how to talk to family members. This paper will showcase the results of students following attendance to the workshop and implications for future practice.
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