For nurses and midwives, the surge in hospital admission related to the pandemic and staffing needs has made transfers to other units quite common. Here are 10 tips and ideas on how to prepare for the next time you are asked to float to critical care from other units and vice versa. https://youtu.be/SozSRiPiYf0
We also break down the management of the fear that comes with clinical placements in order to not only manage it, but increase productivity.
Creating the right environment for inspiration and productivity is crucial towards getting work done on time and efficiently. These ideas have a huge impact on our mindsets and productivity levels, particularly if you are up against a creative block.
Having been created from effective study techniques, these applications and programs are some of the most efficient education resources yet. They are easily accessible and offer almost infinite retreavable data storage systems, so you can catch up on school work wherever you are.
The capacity to synthesize and retain information is often based on the types of learners we are, personality types and, often, the methodologies we employ in education. Being able to curve an individualised niche based on these is a clever way of making studying in Nursing school easier. That way, we work smarter and not necessarily harder.
Create a therapeutic relationship with the patient. It is important to include patients as their effort is vital in implementing certain interventions and achieving mutual goals. Critical thinking on one hand, here is how to ace this...
A two-year-old with a diagnosis of Tetralogy of Fallot. The signs & symptoms, medical & nursing management.
Principles of primary Health Care.
An itchy cheek behind a face mask. Undefiable confidence. Caandy in your pocket. Coffee. Teamwork.
The general health of nurses from how the profession affects them and the implication of these outcomes on the nurses, the profession, healthcare organizations & their clients.