Nursing Grand Rounds
Preventing Falls: Mythbuster Edition
Learn about the risk factors for falls in the inpatient setting, common nursing practices that may increase the risk of falls, and the standard of care for preventing falls.
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Cindy Sayre, RN, ARNP
Director, Professional Practice & Patient and Family Centered Care, UWMC
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