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Articles from Nursing Homes (March 1, 1994)

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Title Author Type Words
"Magical moments" at Beverly Enterprises: what happened when a major nursing home chain began to take CQI seriously. Jordan, Heidi 1407
A "small group" approach to Alzheimer's care; residents and staff benefit from this unusually structured SCU. Henry, Linda J. 1529
A nursing home's guide to self defense. Peck, Richard L. Interview 1151
Absorbent products and their impact on skin health. Nakamura, Colleen 491
Beating the RAP (the latest survey pitfall). Saunders, Marie E. 1183
Coming: a national data bank for quality improvement. Peck, Richard L. 661
How we straightened out the meal service using CQI: a small example of a major approach to problem-solving. Momyer, Robert K. 666
Incontinence products: technology expands options. Brink, Carol 1592
Is your facility continence-friendly? Faller, Nancy 1872
Nighttime incontinence care and sleep: compatible goals. Schnelle, John F. 1305
Nursing home design dilemmas: a regulator's view. Yerian, Richard D. Editorial 1493
Of dementia, depression and drugs. Cooper, James W. 1058
Texas nursing homes: establishing a new quality tradition. Crawford, Dorothy 842
Want to develop assisted living? Some cautionary advice. 594
What the quality monitors expect of nursing homes. Peck, Richard L. Interview 1544
When disaster strikes, U.S. isn't always "Uncle Sugar." (View from Washington) (Column) Stoil, Michael J. Column 1100
Why adverse outcomes are not "par for the course." (How to be a Quality Standout: Adventures in Nursing Homes CQI) Rudman, Daniel 851

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