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(Journal of Emergency Nursing: JEN[TA])
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  • Emergency Nurses' Department Design Recommendations for Improved End-of-Life Care. [Journal Article]
  • JEJ Emerg Nurs 2018 Jul 12
  • Beckstrand RL, Corbett EM, … Rasmussen RJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: Emergency nurses understand the need for family presence during resuscitation, for secure body stowage areas, and for more resuscitation rooms so that families have time to grieve before being removed because of the immediate needs of a second trauma patient. Nurses can evaluate existing facilities to identify areas in which potential change and remodeling could improve care, increase patient privacy, or further utilize space. Understanding ED design's impact on EOL care is crucial. Modifications to ED layout and design may be challenging; however, improvements to space, layout, and privacy need to be considered when planning new emergency departments or remodeling existing departments. Further research is required to determine the impact of ED design on EOL care.
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