Home Health Nurse Training Prepares Nurses for Autonomy of Role

The role of a nurse comes with significant responsibilities, regardless of the area of healthcare in which they work.

In home health, while a nurse has greater autonomy in completing tasks, they’re also regularly interacting with their patient’s family and caregivers in their homes and must know how to knowledgeably navigate complex situations surrounding them.

“We get nurses from a wide variety of care settings with varying levels of experience, and we’ve developed a standardized training program that extended or accelerated based on each of those nurses’ needs,” Sheila Guither, manager of clinical practice and staff development for OSF Health, said.

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