Caregivers ARE Quality in Long Term Care. Christine T. Kovner, R.N., Ph.D. Division of Nursing, Steinhardt School of Education, NYU April 30, 2003. Total Nurse Staffing Hours per Resident per Day, 2001. Certified nurse aides (CNA)- 2.1 hours
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Christine T. Kovner, R.N., Ph.D.
Division of Nursing, Steinhardt School of Education, NYU
April 30, 2003
Harrington from CMS OSCAR data
Harrington from CMS OSCAR data
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Kovner, Menezes, & Feldman, 2003; MEPS data from AHRQ
Many believe minimum training for nursing assistants should be increased:
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