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  • Resource Type: Elearning
  • Posted On: May 22, 2015
  • Author/Source: Bruyère
  • Audience(s): Clinicians, Educators, Staff / team members

Long-Term Care Education Series (Module 2)

This module is not one of the mandatory training requirement topics for long-term care (LTC) homes in Ontario. However, it is an important topic when providing resident-centred care. This module can be completed by registered nursing staff, personal support workers and meal helpers. The length of this module is ±20 minutes.

This module was developed by Bruyère Continuing Care’s Learning Department for LTC Homes. The content and scenarios presented are based on Bruyère’s policies and practices but other homes are welcome to use and adapt it to fit their needs.

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