Food plays a vital role in human development, culture, and interactions. Nutritional demands can still be met for those unable to consume food normally. The enteral route bypasses the nose and mouth and passes directly through the skin of the abdomen to reach the digestive system. This is termed percutaneous enteral feeding.
In this case study, we explore the development and launch of these feeding tube best practice recommendations by Nurses Specialized in Wound, Ostomy and Continence Canada.
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Canadians recognize the critical role mental health plays in impacting well-being. Standards for mental health nursing are critical to guide practice. Revision of the Standards ensures that practice remains evidence-informed, contemporary, relevant, and responsive to the needs of individuals, families, communities, and the health care system.
This case study examines the publication of the Canadian Federation of Mental Health Nurses (CFMHN) Standards 5th edition in English and French. The publication also coincides with the new CFMHN brand and website launch.
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