Staff compliance with and ratings of effectiveness of a prompted voiding program in a long-term care facility.

@article{Remsburg1999StaffCW,
  title={Staff compliance with and ratings of effectiveness of a prompted voiding program in a long-term care facility.},
  author={Robin E Remsburg and Mary H Palmer and A M Langford and George Mendelson},
  journal={Journal of wound, ostomy, and continence nursing : official publication of The Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society},
  year={1999},
  volume={26 5},
  pages={261-9}
}
BACKGROUND Despite findings that prompted voiding is effective in reducing urinary incontinent (UI) episodes, the prevalence of UI in this population has remained unchanged. It is estimated that 50% of all nursing home residents have UI. Staff involvement is considered a critical factor, yet little is known about staff perception of the effectiveness of prompted voiding. METHODS This descriptive study of staff perceptions of a prompted voiding intervention was conducted at a university… CONTINUE READING

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