John Hall

John Hall is a frequent contributor to McKnight's Long-Term Care News.

Most Recent Articles by John Hall

Care for the caregiver

Care for the caregiver

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There's an old saying about the road to hell being paved with good intentions.

How to do it ... Short-term, homelike rehab

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Most patients would agree they think home is the best place to recover from a debilitating injury or major surgery. That's why so many rehab therapy providers are trying to mimic all that is good about "home." Experts here offer advice on how to design for short-term rehab spaces, focusing on how to make them useful and homelike.

Feed the patient and starve the wound

Feed the patient and starve the wound

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There's new thinking around the role that good nutrition plays in healing ulcers

How to do it ... Upward mobility plans

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Upward mobility is a common interest among professionals, particularly in long-term care. How to achieve it, and market oneself properly for it, are important considerations that need a deft touch. Experts here offer advice on how long-term care pros can polish their resume and present themselves in the best light.

Generic but not simple

Generic but not simple

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Pharmacists view new generics wave with caution, urge close look at regimens

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Joint exercise

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