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The Tubbe philosophy in rest and care homes. “For as long as we are alive, we need to LIVE OUR LIVES and above all, live them to the fullest extent”
The Tubbe model is built on a fundamental principle: nursing home residents are to be involved in decisions about their daily lives and the place where they live. Equally, staff involvement is key. As regards the senior management, their role shifts from classic...Read More
The Development and Optimization of Talent Management within the Nursing Department in a Context of Health Crisis
The COVID-19 health crisis led to an increase in the number of acute beds needed and to the conversion of beds. It has led to a strong demand for caregivers with specific skills to take care of intensive care, infectious patients. A retraining plan has been put in...Read More
Improving Health Care Services Provided to “People of Determination” Visiting Primary Health Care Centers under Dubai Health Authority
Primary Health Care is the gateway to health services in general and acts as the first line of contact in the health care system that provides individuals irrespective of their age, gender, nationality, color, physical or mental conditions. It is a known fact that...Read More
It is a unique human trait to expect improvement and progress in all aspects of life including healthcare. Progress of this kind can be commonly achieved in one of two ways 1. Through an understanding of the scientific basis the constituent processes/parts 2. Through...Read More
The care of dependent people has emerged as a major health and ethical issue. Moreover, there are not many such physicians who can carry out the patient care in the homecare setting. This creates a healthcare gap for rendering healthcare services for homebound...Read More
A lack of information is a major challenge to those working in the health care system. Without information, it is difficult to understand, value, judge, and define how to integrate and maintain technology. If we add in the fragmentation that normally characterizes...Read More
The Nursing Staff Development Department at The Bermuda Hospitals Board aims to provide an accessible way for nursing staff to complete their required competency assessments. The Clinical Nurse Educators (CNE) wanted to place as many of the competencies online as...Read More
This is an educational group at The Bermuda Hospitals Board, imparting information about our services, diseases, and recovery. A multi-family group started in November, 2010, and aims to have clients and their families attend a 16 week program to achieve a completion...Read More
To date, over 50 Bermuda Hospital Board(BHB) leaders (more than 25 per cent of our leadership population) have professional development plans in place. In the last year, eight BHB leaders have been hired or promoted with the support of the Succession Planning...Read More
An electronic storyboard outlines the team's progress to date regarding the operational plan, and shares progress made through indicator data. This is a rolling presentation that can be displayed on a variety of audiovisual systems throughout the hospital for...Read More
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