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An extensive review and synthesis of current research was completed to identify the clinical benefit of using music therapy in the hospital setting. It demonstrated that music therapy has the potential to improve the hospital experience of patients.
For the past three decades, rising skill requirements, increased income inequality, and the growth of suburbs as employment centers have altered the dynamics of urban labor markets. Have labor matching processes also changed in this time? And are these processes the same regardless of location? This study argues that job-finding patterns have changed in… (More)
Despite implementation of many prevention strategies, patient falls in hospitals continue to be a significant safety problem, causing nursing staff and administrators to seek innovative means to further reduce falls among hospitalized patients. This article describes the feasibility and impact of implementing centralized video monitoring on the safety of… (More)
Obtaining Joint Commission Disease-Specific Care Certification can be challenging for healthcare organizations. This article outlines the methodology for developing and implementing a comprehensive educational plan for a 560-bed academic teaching hospital. This information is valuable to any staff development educator who is leading the way to achieve Joint… (More)
A systematic review of the literature was completed to investigate advantages and drawbacks of bedside nursing report. Qualitative evidence indicated several benefits, but quantitative evidence was not generalizable.