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In the year of the nurse, it is important to remember a famous quote by Florence Nightingale; “It may seem a strange principle to enunciate as the very first requirement in a hospital that it should do the sick no harm”. In our current work cultures, some basic nursing care activities designed to prevent harm, are frequently seen as just tasks to be completed before the end of the shift or just one more project. With health care infections a worldwide problem we can make a difference in preventing the invasion or halting the spread of microorganisms by implementing basic care strategies to reduce the source of the infection. This session provides an in-depth examination of the science of bathing critically ill patients and the impact it has on infection. This session will seek to dispel any myths and address the evidence-based practice and provide suggestions for successful implementation leading to a change in care.
Critical Care Nurses
Trainee Critical Care Doctors
Upon completion of this activity, you should be able to:
1 November 2020
31 October 2023
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