Staff Training

Nonprofit providers fare worse in staff training, communication, study finds

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Perceptions of safety culture within nursing homes vary greatly among staff and provider types, with nonprofit providers linked to worse staff training, a new study shows.

5 tips for enhancing staff training to improve quality initiatives

5 tips for enhancing staff training to improve quality initiatives

As nursing home administrators navigate through new regulations, changing demography of the long-term care market and complex resident needs, well-rounded staff education is critical to improving quality of resident care.

Increasing staff at in-service trainings

Increasing staff at in-service trainings

For years, eldercare providers have been required to ensure that staff members attend in-service trainings to remain licensed to work at a community. And for equally as long a time, managers and supervisors have struggled to remind staff to attend these trainings.

6 common problems a shrink on staff can solve (and your consultant can't)

6 common problems a shrink on staff can solve (and your consultant can't)

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As a psychologist consulting in long-term care facilities, I provided a lot more than I was paid for, because it was needed. But there was much more help that I didn't offer, not only because I wasn't paid for it, but also because the organization wasn't structured to accept this type of assistance.