How Bedside Shift Report Impacts Patient Falls

This project in partnership with WellSpan Waynesboro Hospital studied the impact of bedside shift report on the incidence of falls. The question driving this research is how, for adult patients on medical surgical units, bedside shift report compared to non-bedside shift report influence the risk of falls during the patient’s hospitalization. It is expected that the rate of patient falls would decrease with the implementation of bedside shift report.

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Work Title How Bedside Shift Report Impacts Patient Falls
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  1. Madison Leigh Shupp
  2. Danielle Nicole Krasevic
  3. Kirsten Dell
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  1. Penn State Mont Alto Academic Festival 2023
  2. Undergraduate Research
License CC BY 4.0 (Attribution)
Work Type Poster
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  1. Stakeholders: Sarah Peden, RN, and Dr. Wilson
  2. Faculty Mentors: Stephanie Unger and Deborah Wilson
Publication Date April 21, 2023
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Deposited April 11, 2023

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    • An EBP project partnership with Wellspan Waynesboro Hospital to study the impact of bedside shift report on the incidence of falls. The question driving this research is, for adult patients on medical surgical units, how does bedside shift report compared to the use of non-bedside shift report influence the risk of falls during the patient’s hospitalization? It would be expected that the rate of patient falls would decrease with the implementation of bedside shift report.
    • This project in partnership with WellSpan Waynesboro Hospital studied the impact of bedside shift report on the incidence of falls. The question driving this research is how, for adult patients on medical surgical units, bedside shift report compared to non-bedside shift report influence the risk of falls during the patient’s hospitalization. It is expected that the rate of patient falls would decrease with the implementation of bedside shift report.
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    Acknowledgments
    • Faculty Mentors: Stephanie Unger and Deborah Wilson
    • Stakeholders: Sarah Peden, RN, and Dr. Wilson, Faculty Mentors: Stephanie Unger and Deborah Wilson
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