5.Which of the following are examples of fall interventions for home? a.Installing a raised toilet seatb.Removing throw rugsc.Installing grab bars in showers or in restrooms and handrails for steps or stairsd.All the above 6. You should not include family members during discharge instructions? True False
FALL PREVENTION Outcomes Content Strategies Time By the end of the presentation, 98% of the audience will be able to identify three ways to prevent falls in the LTC until. (Be sure to make any needed changes based on comments from Module 2’s graded assignment). Fall Prevention Doe, J. (2014). How to prevent falls in a long term care unit. Journal of Fall Prevention, 8 (26), 23-32. Retrieved from ESBOhost. Nursing Interventions Smith, T. (2013). When a patient falls: What the nurse should do. American Journal of Geriatrics, 7 (12), 23-31. Retrieved from ESBOhost. Complications from falls in the elderly Ying, X. (2015). What can we do to stop falls among the elderly. Journal of Fall Prevention, 10 (3), 14-23. Retrieved from EBSOhost. PPT Lecture Guided Discussion 15 minutes Complete the rest of the grid as shown above. Remember that you will need at least three references per outcome. Complete for all outcomes Complete for all outcomes Below is a table that you can utilize to complete your assignment. Please remember to ask questions if you are unclear. Add as many extra rows to the grid as you need. Outcomes Content Strateg ies Time By the end of this presentation, 90% of the audience will be able to verbalize five intervention in preventing falls Fall Prevention Slade, S. C., Carey, D. L., Hill, A. M., & Morris, M. E. (2017). Effects of falls prevention interventions on falls outcomes for hospitalized adults: protocol for a systematic review with meta-analysis . BMJ open , 7 (11), e017864.
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