Practical Solutions for Long-Term Care Facilities Name: Professor: Course: Institution: Date: Many countries across the globe are facing major challenges in dealing with an increased elderly population many of who are susceptible to Urinary Tract Infections which is a common occurrence in Long-term care facilities. A number of problems have been cited throughout the study that faces the elderly residing in long-term care facilities. The imminent crucial problem that is the facilities are facing is the shortage of caregivers in this facility. This crisis is projected to rise as the as the population continues to age resulting in the increase in the number of people requiring critical assistance (Tambyah & Maki 2010). References Hooton T. M. Bradley S. F. Cardenas D. D. Colgan R. Geerlings S. E. Rice J. C. ... & Nicolle L. E. (2010). Diagnosis prevention and treatment of catheter-associated urinary tract infection in adults: 2009 International Clinical Practice Guidelines from the Infectious Diseases Society of America. Clinical infectious diseases 50(5) 625-663. Lee J. B. & Neild G. H. (2009). Urinary tract infection. Medicine 35(8) 423-428. O'sullivan D. J. Fitzgerald M. G. Meynell M. J. & Malins J. M. (2011). Urinary tract infection. British medical journal 1(5228) 786. Tambyah P. A. & Maki D. G. (2010). Catheter-associated urinary tract infection is rarely symptomatic: a prospective study of 1497 catheterized patients. Archives of internal medicine 160(5) 678-682 [...]
Now that you have completed a series of assignments that have led you into the active project planning and development stage for your project, briefly describe your proposed solution to address the problem, issue, suggestion, initiative, or educational need and how it has changed since you first envisioned it. What led to your current perspective and direction?