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Session Description: The session will highlight the latest scientific evidence through a series of brief oral presentations from leading researchers in the field of PA/LTC. Oral presentations will be followed by questions and dialogue between the audience and speakers.
Facilitators: Julie Gammack, MD, CMD; George C. Wang, MD, PhD; Philip Sloane, MD, MPH
Condition-Specific SBARs Effect on Transfers, Hospitalizations, and 30-day Readmissions from Long-Term Care to Acute Care Terri Devereaux, MSN, MPM, FNP-BC
FRAIL-NH Predicts Outcomes in Long-Term Care Ellen Kaehr, MD
Improved hand hygiene compliance reduced the incidence of common Multi-Drug Resistant Organisms in a Nursing Facility Emalyn Bravo, RN, MS, LNHA
PRASS: Patient Risk Assessment and Stratification Screening Jenny Drice, MD
Describe recent research studies conducted in the PA/LTC settings.
Direct clarifying questions to researchers about studies performed in PA/LTC settings.
Disseminate research results and conclusions with peers in the PA/LTC field.
Speaker(s): Facilitators: Julie Gammack, MD, CMD George C. Wang, MD, PhD Philip D. Sloane, MD, MPH