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Incorporating Bedside Reporting into Change-of-Shift Report

70 Rehabilitation Nursing • Vol. 35, No. 2 • March/April 2010 Rehabilitation NURSING KEY WORDS bedside report change of shift report hand-off communication Incorporating Bedside Reporting into Change-of-Shift Report Dawn Laws, BSN RN CRRN • Shelly Amato, MSN RN CNS CRRN Communication ...

and Stephan A. Mayer Andres Fernandez, Manuel Buitrago, J ...

Metabolic Impact of Shivering During Therapeutic Temperature Modulation The Bedside Shivering Assessment Scale Neeraj Badjatia, MD, MSc; Evangelia Strongilis, RD; Errol Gordon, MD; Mary Prescutti, RN;

Bedside Shift Report Ensures Quality Handoff

Bedside Shift Report Ensures Quality Handoff Ann Federwisch Monday October 8, 2007 E-mail to a friend | Print This | Select Text Size: advertisement

Nurse ShiftReport Who Says YouCan'tTalkinFrontof the Patient?

Mangino, MSN, APRN-BC Bedside nurse shift report is a process where nurses provide shift-to-shift report at the patient's bedside so the patient can be more involved in his or her care.

BENEFITS OF BEDSIDE TEACHING Bedside teaching rounds have ...

BENEFITS OF BEDSIDE TEACHING Bedside teaching rounds have many benefits for students, teachers, patients and the hospital 1.1 Benefits for students 1.1.1 Teaching rounds are memorable and motivating We all have memories from our own student days.

Development and Validation of a Dysphagia Tool for Patients ...

We designed and validated anew bedside dysphagia screening tool—the Toronto Bedside Swallowing Screening Test (TOR-BSST) for stroke survivors in acute and rehabilitative settings.

Transforming Care at the Bedside

Transforming Care at the Bedside How-to Guide: Reducing Patient Injuries from Falls Institute for Healthcare Improvement, 2008 2 Acknowledgements Financial support for this publication was provided through grants from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation for two national programs implemented by ...

Nursing I.T.: From Stations to Bedside

S ometimes short answers say the most. When famed mountaineer George Mallory was asked why he wanted to climb Mt. Everest, he replied "because it is there."

Seizure Precautions for Pediatric Bedside Nurses

PEDIATRIC NURSING /July-August 2010/Vol. 36/No. 4 191 O ver the course of their careers, many inpatient pediatric nurses will care for a patient with seizures or who is at risk for seizures.

Standard Operating Protocol for Implementing Bedside Handover ...

Microsoft Word - SOP Bedside Handover Griffith Uni _release version_.DOC