This practice test is based on the article Home Health Care Patients and Safety Hazards in the Home: Preliminary Findings. Several of the sample groups were convenience samples and based in urban areas, but I think most of the concepts would relate to many employed in home health. Those who work in home health should follow facility policy and ensure they are well educated regarding safety issues and hazards.
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|Safety Hazards in Home Health|
|Home Health Care Safety Issues|
|Fastest growing sector in health care industry|
|Home health is fastest growing sector in health care industry|
|Predicted increase in home health in next 10 years|
|Home health expected to increase 66% over next 10 years|
|Home health hazards|
|Peeling lead paint hazard in home health care|
|Effects of unsafe environment in home health|
|Unsafe environment may affect many in home health|
|Home healthcare workers and injuries|
|Overexertion injuries in home health|
|Strategies to decrease overexertion injuries|
|Tips for decreasing overexertion injuries|
|Unsanitary home conditions|
|Unsanitary home conditions in home health care|
|Home health hazards related to violence|
|Home health hazards related to violence in the home|
|Common type of abuse seen by home health care aides|
|Verbal abuse seen by home health care workers|
|Strategies to improve safety for home health care worker|
|How to stay safe if you work in home health|
|Student Survive 2 Thrive Home Health Practice Test|