Caring for older adults in long-term care during the pandemic for licensed and unlicensed nursing staff
Licensed and unlicensed nursing staff in long-term care settings are trying to provide the best care possible for older adults during the coronavirus pandemic. This resource offers staff the Center for Disease Control (CDC) websites that may be most helpful as well as resources for caring for patients with dementia, older adults during a disaster, and advance care planning during a crisis. Betty Ferrell, PhD, RN, FPCN, FAAN- ELNEC PI
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- City of Hope Medical Center, Duarte, California, USA
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Licensed and unlicensed nursing staff in long-term care settings are trying to provide the best care possible for older adults during the coronavirus pandemic. This resource offers staff the Center for Disease Control (CDC) websites that may be most helpful as well as resources for caring for patients with dementia, older adults during a disaster, and advance care planning during a crisis.
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|Type||Educational Material, Public Health|
|Review Type||None: Educational Material
|Evidence Level||Expert Opinion (nationally/internationally recognized)|
Long-term Care Facility Nursing Staff;
Licensed Nursing Staff;
Unlicensed Nursing Staff;
Older Adult Care
|Series||ELNEC Organizational Submissions|
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|Publisher||End-of-Life Nursing Education Consortium (ELNEC)|
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