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Heart Failure Training and Job Satisfaction: A Survey of Home Care Workers Caring for Adults with Heart Failure in New York City

Journal Article Training & Advanced Roles
September 1, 2020

Drawing on a cross-sectional survey of home care workers employed by agencies across New York City, this article examines the relationship between targeted training and job satisfaction among home care workers caring for clients with heart failure.

https://ethndis.org/edonline/index.php/ethndis/article/view/1302

Key Takeaways

Despite substantial involvement in heart failure care, home care workers often lack training and confidence.
This lack of training harms both home care workers and their patients.
Condition-specific training in home care may impact both job quality and care quality.
 
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