Prevalence and Incidence: Implications for Clinical Practice

Goldberg M, et al. | 2016

A clinician supports a patient's back while the patient sits upright in a Hillrom hospital bed.

Inconsistency in measuring prevalence and incidence prevents facilities from benchmarking prevalence within their own facility against facilities of similar size and patient acuity.  A lunch session sponsored by Hill-Rom at WOCN 2016 focused on the importance of benchmarking prevalence and incidence, implementation strategies related to these data in the clinical setting, and how these strategies empower the WOC Nurse.

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Speaker: Goldberg M, et al.

Care Settings: All Care Settings

Clinical Focus: Pressure Ulcer Management

Content Type: Educational Programs / Tools