Reducing Readmissions Using Teach-Back: Enhancing Patient and Family Education

@article{Peter2015ReducingRU,
  title={Reducing Readmissions Using Teach-Back: Enhancing Patient and Family Education},
  author={D. Peter and P. Robinson and M. Jordan and S. Lawrence and Krista Casey and D. Salas-Lopez},
  journal={JONA: The Journal of Nursing Administration},
  year={2015},
  volume={45},
  pages={35–42}
}
This article describes a quality improvement initiative, implemented by a patient education workgroup within a tertiary Magnet® facility. The project focused on the association between inadequate care transitions in patients with heart failure and subsequent costly readmissions. The teach-back initiative was piloted with patients hospitalized with heart failure, because of this population’s high risk of readmission. Learning outcomes included documented improvements in patients’ understanding… Expand
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