Quality Elderly care: Nursing Education.

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Vanida Mongkolsinh


Nursing for quality elderly care education should consist of providing the correct attitude, the real situation of seniors in the community, and the National League for Nursling’s Advancing Care Excellence for Seniors Project framework of geriatric nursing education in various environments. This framework composes of two domains. First, the essential knowledge domain: the understanding of individualized aging, complexity of care, and vulnerability during each transitional period of life. Second, the essential nursing actions: Assess body and mental functions, assess patient expectations, coordinate and manage healthcare, use evidence based practice and evolving knowledge, and make quality situational decisions. These three components of nursing education will help promote quality care of older adults in a variety of settings.

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Mongkolsinh, V. (2015). Quality Elderly care: Nursing Education. Kuakarun Journal of Nursing, 21(2), 7–17. Retrieved from https://he01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/kcn/article/view/31236
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