Creating a culture of safety: Building a sustainable falls-reduction program. The Magnet™ Model's five components can serve as the program's framework
Wexler SS | American Nurse Today | 2011

In order to create a culture of safety that sustains a fall-prevention program necessary for Joint Commission Accreditation, the authors recommend facilities utilize the Magnet™ Model of the Amercian Nurses Credentialing Center. This model puts the patient and family at the center of care and focuses on a nurse-patient relationship of postive and individualized treatment. 

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  • Care Settings: Acute Care
  • Clinical Focus: Fall Prevention
  • Content Type: Journal Articles
  • Reference: Wexler SS, D'Amico CO, Rolston E. Creating a culture of safety: Building a sustainable falls-reduction program, The Magnet™ Model's five components can serve as the program's framework. American Nurse Today. 2011; 6(3).