Presentation Title

Evidence-Based Practice in Nursing: Family Presence During CPR and Procedures

University

Shawnee State University

Major

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Student Type

Undergraduate Student

Presentation Types

Poster Group Presentation

Keywords:

Nursing Evidence, Presence Family

Description

Family-centered patient care has become a practice standard in acute care clinical settings. However, presence of family in the room when a patient is undergoing complicated life-saving measures such as a complex procedure or cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is controversial. This poster will discuss the scholarly work comparing current practice with best-practice recommendations regarding the presence of family during CPR or other complicated procedures.

Faculty Sponsor Name

Catherine Bailey

Faculty Sponsor Title

Associate Professor

Faculty Sponsor Academic Department

Nursing

Location

Morris UC Lobby

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Evidence-Based Practice in Nursing: Family Presence During CPR and Procedures

Morris UC Lobby

Family-centered patient care has become a practice standard in acute care clinical settings. However, presence of family in the room when a patient is undergoing complicated life-saving measures such as a complex procedure or cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is controversial. This poster will discuss the scholarly work comparing current practice with best-practice recommendations regarding the presence of family during CPR or other complicated procedures.