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Tuesday 12:46 CST, September 26, 2017

Speak Up: Five Ways to be Active in Your Care


Speak Up: Prevent the Spread of Infection

See the second in The Joint Commission’s series of animated Speak Up™ videos, this one on infection control. Be sure to share this new video with your family and friends! The cast of characters in the infection control video encounter situations where they have to "speak up" in everyday life.

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Speak Up: Diabetes - Five Ways to be Active in Your Care at the Hospital


Speak Up: Diabetes - Five Ways to be Active in Your Care at the HospitalLiving with diabetes can make you good at managing the ups and downs of the disease.

 

Speak Up: Dialysis - Five Ways to be Active in Your Care at the Hospital

Speak Up: Dialysis - Five ways to be active in your care at the hospital
As a dialysis patient, you have a routine. You go to a dialysis center for dialysis or perform your own dialysis at home. You are actively involved in the daily care of your condition. This should not change when you go to the hospital. You will need to work closely with your hospital caregivers to get the best care. Speak up and let your caregivers know exactly what you need.

Speak Up: Five Things You Can Do to Prevent Infection


Speak Up: Five Things You Can Do to Prevent InfectionAvoiding contagious diseases like the common cold, strep throat, and the flu is important to everyone. Here are five easy things you can do to fight the spread of infection.

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