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What Clients Have to Say

The assessments provided by this CST are very helpful for keeping up-to-date with changing best practices

“Kensington Gardens Long Term Care recently implemented Think Research’s Behavioural and Psychological Symptoms of Dementia Clinical Support Tool (CST). The assessments provided by this CST are very helpful for keeping up-to-date with changing best practices. Working with Think Research has been a very positive experience. Think Research has listened to us and accommodated our needs given the size of our home and the number of registered staff. Helping us get set up in PointClickCare, their post-implementation support has also been very helpful.”

Director of Resident Care

CST has provided us with a thorough critical assessment leading to better analysis

“The Behavioural and Psychological Symptoms of Dementia Clinical Support Tool (CST) has provided us with a thorough critical assessment leading to better analysis for identifying contributing factors for behaviours. With the rollout of the CST, it brought the opportunity for further education of supporting validated assessment tools such as the CAM, MOCA, and MMSE.”

 

Interim Director of RAI, Rehab and Quality Improvement

A uniform approach to best practice guidelines

“For the past year, our team at Glen Hill Strathaven have had the great pleasure of working with the team from Think Research on an exciting new Clinical Support Tool for wound assessments: the Skin and Wound Care CST. This tool gives all nurses a uniform approach to best practice guidelines for wound assessment. We have seen its potential and have had favourable resident outcomes, by identifying the barriers to wound healing and supporting our staff with the information they need to provide the best possible care to our residents.”

Wound Champion Nurse

Reduces Length of Stay and Readmissions

“When clinical decision support tools (Order Sets) were used at admission, there was a reduction of 0.96 days in the length of average hospital stay. Grey Bruce Health Network also reported a decrease in readmission rate, from 5.5% without Order Sets to 3.5% with Order Sets (for related diagnosis) – within one month.”

Evidenced-based Care Program Coordinator

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