Is your fall prevention program really protecting patients?

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Falls consistently rank in the top 10 of sentinel events


Whether from inadequate assessment, medication or disease side effects or due to a lack of leadership or staff orientation, the list of fall causes is never ending.
Taking on fall prevention is a not a matter of identifying each possible way a patient could fall but of forming a practical fall prevention program in your healthcare organization.
Patient Safety Strategies: Evidence-Based Practices for Fall Prevention takes you step-by-step through setting up a successful and sustainable evidence-based multidisciplinary fall prevention program to protect patients.
Order today and start providing your patients with the best and safest approach to the prevention of falls!

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