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Brigham Young University's Morning Show featured a 30-minute interview with Ecumen nurses about the Ecumen Awakenings program.
Shelley Matthes, RN, Director of Quality Improvement, and Maria Reyes, RN, Awakenings Project Director, were interviewed live on the air Wednesday about the history and accomplishments of the program in reducing the use of antipsychotic medications on dementia patients. The interview is at this link and begins about 5 minutes into the program.
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