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Carly WilliamsonFollow

Start Date

22-3-2019 10:00 AM

End Date

22-3-2019 11:30 AM

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Background: Nursing exposure to blood and bodily fluids occurs daily within hospitals. Lack of research on the most effective educational intervention to increase adherence to facial protective equipment (FPE) is necessary to understand which approach should be implemented in hospitals.

Objectives: The purpose of this integrative literature review is to provide a comprehensive review of the educational interventions used to support implementation of FPE in the healthcare setting.

Methods: An integrative literature review was used following the framework published by Garrard (2016) to create, organize, and analyze the literature for comparison and data synthesis.

Conclusion: The integrative literature review developed a clear picture of the current understanding and evidence regarding the efficacy of educational interventions regarding facial protection equipment in the nursing profession as well as emphasize the importance of nursing-oriented safety.

Key Words: Facial Protective Equipment (FPE), nurse, education strategies, teaching

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Mar 22nd, 10:00 AM Mar 22nd, 11:30 AM

Education Strategy Effectiveness for Nurses to Utilize Facial Protective Equipment: An Integrative Literature Review

Background: Nursing exposure to blood and bodily fluids occurs daily within hospitals. Lack of research on the most effective educational intervention to increase adherence to facial protective equipment (FPE) is necessary to understand which approach should be implemented in hospitals.

Objectives: The purpose of this integrative literature review is to provide a comprehensive review of the educational interventions used to support implementation of FPE in the healthcare setting.

Methods: An integrative literature review was used following the framework published by Garrard (2016) to create, organize, and analyze the literature for comparison and data synthesis.

Conclusion: The integrative literature review developed a clear picture of the current understanding and evidence regarding the efficacy of educational interventions regarding facial protection equipment in the nursing profession as well as emphasize the importance of nursing-oriented safety.

Key Words: Facial Protective Equipment (FPE), nurse, education strategies, teaching

 

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