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Implementation Science | Abstract | CONNECT for quality: protocol of a cluster randomized controlled trial to improve fall prevention in nursing homes
implementationscience.com — “Quality improvement (QI) programs focused on mastery of content by individual staff members are the current standard to improve resident outcomes in nursing homes. However, complexity science suggests that learning is a social process that occurs within the context of relationships and interactions among individuals. Thus, QI programs will not result in optimal changes in staff behavior unless the context for social learning is present. Accordingly, we developed CONNECT, an intervention to foste” View full resource at implementationscience.com
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In Oct. of 2009, Sue became a Certified Natural Health Professional, and in 2011 became Certified as a Digestive Health Specialist through the Loomis Institute of Enzyme Nutrition, and is also a member of the American Holistic Nurses Association. Sue has a private practice in Green Bay, WI., but has the priviledge of having and serving clients in areas of Nova Scotia, Boston, Minnesota, West Virginia, and the Fox Valley area of WI. She maintains her current WI Nursing Licensure. We welcome you to contact us about cancer-fighting supplements used in Sue's treatment.