Delirium knowledge and recognition: a randomized controlled trial of a web-based educational intervention for acute care nurses.

@article{Mccrow2014DeliriumKA,
  title={Delirium knowledge and recognition: a randomized controlled trial of a web-based educational intervention for acute care nurses.},
  author={J. Mccrow and Karen A Sullivan and Elizabeth Beattie},
  journal={Nurse education today},
  year={2014},
  volume={34 6},
  pages={
          912-7
        }
}
Delirium is a significant problem for older hospitalized people and is associated with poor outcomes. It is poorly recognized and evidence suggests that a major reason is lack of education. Nurses, who are educated about delirium, can play a significant role in improving delirium recognition. This study evaluated the impact of a delirium specific educational website. A cluster randomized controlled trial, with a pretest/post-test time series design, was conducted to measure delirium knowledge… CONTINUE READING

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