Tuesday, December 11, 2018

The Impact of Quality Incontinent Products on Incontinence Associated Dermatitis and Operational Costs in Skilled Nursing Facilities- Clinical Research Study

Join Michele Mongillo, RN, BSN, MSN RAC-CT, Global Clinical Leader at First Quality and adjunct faculty member at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill School of Nursing for a timely education session. 

January 25, 2019 at 2pm

Michele will discuss the measurements and outcomes of a third party clinical research study conducted at three skilled nursing facilities, and the impact of quality products and education on IAD rate, laundry costs and wound care. The presentation will include specific interventions that can be utilized to improve key clinical and operational outcomes in a facility’s incontinence management program. IAD is a precursor to pressure ulcer development and it is essential for nursing staff to implement steps to prevent IAD by utilizing incontinent products appropriately with essential education.

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