Registed Nurses' Association of Ontario

BPG Impact

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When Jane Rosenberg was a nursing student, using restraints was common practice. "Although I wasn't comfortable using restraints, I followed orders," she recalls. In those days, it was frowned upon for nursing students to rock the boat. But she knew restraints threatened the dignity of her residents, so she made a quiet commitment to pursue a change.

The purpose of the Best Practice Guideline Implementation to Reduce Falls in Older Adults is to increase all nurses' confidence, knowledge, skills, and abilities in the identification of older adults within health-care facilities at risk for falling and to define interventions for the prevention of falling.

Risk Assessment & Prevention of Pressure Ulcers

The BPG Risk Assessment and Prevention of  Pressure Ulcers assists nurses who work in diverse practice settings to identify adults who are risk of pressure ulcers (current terminology used is pressure injuries). Direction is provided to nurses in defining early interventions for pressure injury prevention, and to manage Stage I pressure injuries.

Risk Assessment & Prevention of Pressure Ulcers
The Implementation to Reduce Pressure Injuries Incidence Rate BPG assists nurses who work in diverse practice settings to identify adults who are risk of pressure ulcers (current terminology used is pressure injuries). Direction is provided to nurses in defining early interventions for pressure injury prevention, and to manage Stage I pressure injuries.

Tilbury Manor Nursing Home Implements Best Practice Guidelines to Improve Resident Care and Create a Healthy Work Environment

Background

As public reporting of quality indicators become a greater focus in the long-term care sector, long-term care home (LTCH) leaders and staff have sought new ways to improve resident outcomes.
One of Tilbury Manor is a 75-resident LTCH in the Erie St. Clair Local Health Integration Network, Ontario, Canada.