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Ilene Warner-Maron PhD

Annals of Long-Term Care
According to Ilene, Warner-Maron, PhD, OSHA has received an excess of ten thousand complaints related to unsafe working conditions involving COVID-19, and as a result, the agency has issued only two citations.
Annals of Long-Term Care
Ilene Warner-Maron, PhD, discusses why numerous voices outside of the industry have used current health care circumstances to raise the question as to whether or not our society needs to have any long-term care facilities.
Annals of Long-Term Care
“We may have become numb by the sheer number of deaths among the elderly,” expressed Ilene Warner-Maron, PhD. “There may have been people who covertly or overtly felt that deaths among this population were not surprising, significant or important.”
Annals of Long-Term Care
Ilene Warner-Maron, PhD, discusses the rapid and sustained movement in the nursing workforce from an RN to NP majority, highlighting how this will impact the health delivery system from hospitals to ambulatory care settings.
Annals of Long-Term Care
Using a case example, Ilene Warner-Maron, PhD, explains the importance of deprescribing in nursing care facilities for the health and wellness of both residents and nursing staff.
Annals of Long-Term Care
Ilene Warner-Maron, PhD, reviews a recent study and explains why this research should prompt long-term care providers to address the utility of CPR in their facilities.
Annals of Long-Term Care
Ilene Warner-Maron, PhD, explains how to appropriately utilize the Braden Scale for Predicting Pressure Score Risk since one of the most common issues that increases the exposure of long-term care facilities to regulatory and malpractice requirements is the use or misuse of the scale.
Annals of Long-Term Care
Ilene Warner-Maron, PhD, explains why she believes nursing home administrators can relate to a recent book written by a former federal prosecutor, Preet Bharara.
Annals of Long-Term Care
Ilene Warner-Maron, PhD, discusses why it is important to have sufficient levels of staff within a nursing home and highlights recent legislation aimed to rescind the prohibition on nurse aide training programs, known as “lockout.”
Annals of Long-Term Care
Ilene Warner-Maron, PhD, explains why it is important that nursing home staff asks residents how they feel and what they desire during their stay.
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