Simulation training helps parents of children with cancer improve central-line care in home
from Joint Commission via Infection Control Today
Infections from a central line in children with cancer can be life-threatening. Today, with most cancer care taking place in the home, it is critical for parents to learn to care for central lines and prevent central line-associated bloodstream infections. A new study in the May 2017 issue of the Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety describes how simulation training for parents of children with cancer improved their knowledge and psychomotor skills regarding central-line care.
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