Home Healthcare Nurses Needed for Survey: $50 Compensation
Wednesday, January 22, 2014
by: VNAA Education and Quality Team

Section: Quality and Educational Programming





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Registration is now open for VNAA's 32nd Annual Meeting from April 1-4, 2014 at the beautiful Westin Lake Las Vegas Resort and Spa in Las Vegas. Annual Meeting is the year's largest gathering of executives, clinical experts and thought leaders from the fields of nonprofit home health and hospice.

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Follow the Pathway to Best Practices

VNAA introduces a new quality improvement and workforce training resource, the VNAA Blueprint for Excellence. It is a designed to provide information and tools for home health organizations, payers, policymakers, researchers and others with a stake in improving care transitions.

Available at no cost, the VNAA Blueprint includes research- and practice-based tools and training, as well as measurement and evaluation resources to guide home health care practices.

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On behalf of The Ohio State University and the University of Louisville School of Nursing, VNAA seeks volunteers to participate in a study that will develop a virtual simulation training system to train home healthcare professionals to recognize, assess and respond to hazardous conditions in patients' homes. The title of the study is "Home Healthcare Hazard Training Through Virtual Simulation."

Participation includes completing a questionnaire about their home healthcare experience and being involved in at least one focus group. Seven individuals will evaluate the virtual simulation being developed. Twenty-one individuals will complete the simulation, responding to a short questionnaire and a discussion about the simulation. Each phase will last about 2 hours.

Participants must be at least eighteen years old and have worked in home healthcare for at least a year as a home healthcare nurse, aide, physical therapist, occupational therapist, manager, educator or health and safety expert.

Participants will receive $50 for each phase of participation. 

If you are interested please send an email to: HomecareSafetyStudy@osumc.edu or phone 614-688-9555 or 502-852-3182.  

We hope you will consider being a part of this opportunity to promote safety in home healthcare, and we thank you in advance for your time and consideration.
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