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Preventing Suicide in Correctional Facilities: The Correctional Officer’s Role
Front-line correctional staff often carry the heaviest burden to identify, monitor and respond to suicidal behaviors in correctional facilities.
Restorative Nursing Looks at Possibilities to Improve Residents’ Prospects
Understanding the importance of restorative nursing and adherence to the care program is crucial for skilled nursing facility (SNF) staff.
Training Your Memory Care Staff – Q&A with Teepa Snow
We received several questions about training staff working with residents with memory care needs. Here are the answers to the questions you wanted answered.
Suicide Prevention: How to Help When Social Determinants Spiral
Social determinants of health play a very large role in substance use disorders and depression. These determinants feed off one another and produce a downward spiral effect that increase the risk of suicide.
Important Details about Changes to the RBT Credential
With the ever-increasing numbers of RBTs and the visibility of RBT services, the BACB decided to review the current standards for obtaining and maintaining the RBT credential. Here is an overview of those changes.
It’s Time for a Comprehensive Solution to Suicide Prevention
Suicide was labeled a U.S. public health crisis by the Surgeon General in 1999. Twenty years later, it remains a public health crisis. A different approach is needed.
Q&A on the ROP Phase 3 Infection Preventionist Requirement
See answers to the most frequently asked questions on infection control, prevention programs, and the new role required by the CMS in Phase 3 of ROP.
Experienced Meets New: 7 Strategies to Support New Nurses
In a nursing culture with a clear divide between experienced and novice nurses, veteran nurses can follow these strategies to support new nurses.
How Physician Buy-In Impacts the High Reliability Journey
Without understanding the role of physician buy-in, healthcare organizations will face major challenges launching their journey to high reliability.
DSP Survey Results: The Need for Respect
It’s clear from the responses we received that a little appreciation can go a long way toward keeping DSPs happy and increasing retention.
DSP Survey Results: The Inside Scoop on Turnover
A nationwide survey puts the weighted average DSP turnover rate at 43.8%, and of those who left, half had been on the job for 12 months or fewer.
Are You Really a Wizard? Assessing for Real Competency
Assessments don’t have to be confusing or require some sort of magical key to decode. Discover the most important factors to look for in good competency assessments.
Staff Retention in Behavioral Health: Your Questions Answered
We answer all of the burning questions you asked during our webinar, "Why Should Your Staff Stay? Invest in Their Success to Ensure Your Own".
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