Self-reported National Healthcare Safety Network knowledge and enrollment: A national survey of nursing homes.

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Summary of "Self-reported National Healthcare Safety Network knowledge and enrollment: A national survey of nursing homes."

Predictors of nursing home staff knowledge of the National Healthcare Safety Network (NHSN) and facility enrollment were explored in a national survey. Facility participation in Quality Innovation Network-Quality Improvement Organization initiatives was positively associated with both knowledge and enrollment. In addition, engaging clinical personnel in decision making on NHSN enrollment was positively associated with staff knowledge of NHSN.


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Name: American journal of infection control
ISSN: 1527-3296


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