Date of Award/Publication
M.S. in Advanced Practice Nursing
Hospital medicine providers were surveyed to evaluate baseline delirium attitudes and behaviors. An educational program was then shared, and a follow up survey was given to determine if their delirium attitudes and practices were impacted by the educational intervention. Follow up survey results indicated that providers perceived more of a change in their attitudes than practices, and overall found the education to be useful and felt more confident in treating delirium as a result.
Stone, Lindsay Erin, "Development of a Delirium Educational Program for Hospital Medicine Providers" (2017). Nursing Masters. Paper 32.
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