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Articles from Nursing Homes (November 1, 2007)

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Title Author Type Words
A league of their own. Oberlin, John 1042
A life in the day of ... traveling performers spark up staff and residents. Pastizzo, Frank; Pastizzo, Susan 884
Benchmarking rehab for better care, more reimbursement: the author applied benchmarking techniques he had learned in other industries to skilled nursing rehab and saw big improvement. Kunio, Robert 1737
Continuing education test #124 * based on Nursing Homes November 2007. 951
Conversation-starter cards. 87
Danger zone: an accident waiting to happen. Underwood, Reta A. 1276
Drying Tumblers. 97
Enteral feeding pump. 90
Fast, effective equipment washer. 102
Finding and using greener cleaners: the challenge of working environmentally preferable products and practices into your housekeeping routines. O'Brien, Sarah 1504
Infection prevention program. 93
Listening devices. 88
Low-impact cork flooring. 89
Nurse call system. 111
Outwit and outsmart pests: following basic, integrated pest management protocols now can dramatically reduce the incidence of pest infestation later. Siddiqi, Zia 1325
People to be thankful for. Peck, Richard L. 434
Polio: managing its late effects in the nursing home; Are you capturing the rehabilitative minutes you earn for post-polio syndrome? Schoenbeck, Susan 1770
Sunny side up. Tetz, Gary 1112
The best monitoring may begin with 'hello': Senior-friendly technology as described by Andrew Carle, MHSA, is key to monitoring the health and well-being of older adults. Carle, Andrew 905
The snapshot: recording a thousand words' worth of evidence; last of a two-part series on the role of photography in facility investigations. Amo, Michael; Jones, Kenneth T.; Rowe, Niki Lee 1733
The welcome mat is always out. Hoban, Sandra 568
Three cheers for benign neglect. Stoil, Michael J. 1158
Walk-in bathtub. 91
Wound care training and application videos. 106

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