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Due to dynamic factors in moving residents, facilities must invest wisely in lifts, slings and batteries to make sure workers stay safe while performing transfers
Singing familiar songs may encourage conversation among people with Alzheimer’s disease, a small study shows.
Nursing homes are no longer returning or refusing a free dementia care training resource, according to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.
McKnight’s added three national awards to its trophy case last month following the American Society of Business Publication Editors ceremony in Chicago.
Philosophical awareness is not only relevant to nurse education but “vital,” according to researchers from the University of Victoria in Canada.
Nursing homes may benefit from registered nurses working longer after age 50, researchers from RAND Corporation say.
New “muscle suits” are designed to reduce musculoskeletal injuries among Japan’s older adults and their care workers, Japanese professor says.
Providers recently applauded a large bipartisan effort to expand veteran’s healthcare options for long-term and post-acute care.
Animal-assisted therapy reduced pain medication needs for patients recovering from total joint replacement surgery, a new study shows.
When I accepted a summer internship at McKnight’s, I thought writing and editing skills were all it would take to fulfill this position. Spoiler alert: I was wrong.
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