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The top 10 myths of nursing home management, part III: Administration

July 18, 2015

Provider – American Health Care Association/National Center for Assisted Living

Lists common myths associated with managing a nursing home. Several are related to direct-care staff. For example, the author — an assistant professor at Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia — writes that certified nursing assistants should not focus entirely on care delivery, but should also observe resident behavior and report relevent issues. The author also dispells the myth that a nursing home administer’s managment style has little effect on staff turnover.

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Warner-Maron, Ilene
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