A brief assessment on the new resident was done upon administering medications. Nurse W then had the next 2 days off. Upon returning to work, the house supervisor asked Nurse W why the admission had not been completed. Nurse W told her that she was told by Nurse A that it was being done by her (the house supervisor) and the DON. The house supervisor stated she only agreed to input the medications.
After sitting in the office for about 10 minuets officer G. Simpson from Columbia Police had arrived. I had them move to investigator Sullivan 's office where she began to make her statement for Columbia Police. while they were talking I went to meet up with Sgt Thompson to get the face sheet so we would have information on Trennon. I gave the face sheet to the officer and he finished up his report. After the interview was done with Columbia Police I escorted Ellen back to the Heart Hospital to meet back with her
Candidates had questions about the application process, academy location and training, vacancy locations, and passing score information. Candidates were also referred to the correct point of contact within the SFAC building for other questions that arose, i.e., resume tips, Veteran’s Benefits, and Medical Board. At the end of meeting with each candidate, they were provided information to text, “CBPFHP to 94543” in order to receive a link to the cbp.gov website for more information. On average, recruiters spend approximately 45 minutes to an hour visiting with each candidate. The more soldiers are informed of our office the more they will attend for career information.
The facility I am employed by does a "shift huddle" prior to every shift. All oncoming nurses, scrub technicians and unit clerks meet in the locker room and the shift supervisor goes over important information related to the unit, then a report sheet is passed out to each oncoming nurse with information about each patient currently on the labor and delivery unit. Next, the supervisor tells each nurse what their patient assignment is for that shift and anything else that needs to happen during the shift, such as stocking rooms, IV carts, equipment checks that need completed, etc. The last form of interdisciplinary communication is multidisciplinary rounds (Ohio University, 2018). This is when all members of the health care team caring for each patient including
These forms of communication are sick call slips and grievance forms. Sick call slips are written forms of communication collected nightly throughout the prison system from inmates voicing their healthcare needs. These forms are then read and assessed by the overnight nurse to assure there is not an immediate medical need to access the inmate. These sick call slips are then assigned to the mid-level practitioner to evaluate and treat if necessary. Grievance forms are medical concerns but addressed by the medical doctor.
I took a seat on the couch and began to inform Warren about the interview and why I was there. Since I had scheduled my meeting through the Counseling Center’s main office he was not aware of what my interview was about, only that I was there to interview
My second day in UCLA Ronald Reagan Medical Center was really exciting. While waiting for the lecture to start, a lady from the respiratory therapy department stops by to gave us a case scenario about a COPD patient in the ER with a SPO2 of 78%. She asked us what we would do first. After everyone gave her an answer, she explained us what to do in some emergency situations. Also, she explained us five main categories a RT should focus on (Oxygenation, ventilation, bronchospasm, atelectasis and secreation).
When I first joined the care home, on my first day at work, I was given my job description along with the induction book and folder to be completed within the 6 weeks before my first supervision with the line manager. In my job description, I have been explained what is expected by the company from me, and how to work alongside with the Care Quality Commission standards, and company policies and procedures. My responsibilities towards my job has been described and I had to shadow one of the staff on the floor to get more familiar with my work and to learn their ways and techniques of work and to adapt to their ways of working. During the induction period health and safety, food hygiene information, help and support, guidelines in regarding
The study was done on patients who were in the emergency department and were prescribed opioids. They interviewed patients at home. It consisted of two different interviews. The research assistant looked to see where the opioids were being stored and to see if they were being safely stored. Twenty five patients gave consent to be part of the study.
My first activity was sitting in the bed board meeting. This takes place every morning with the Chief Nursing Officer (CNO), departments nurse managers, departments charge nurses, house supervisor, wound care nurse, Infectious Disease (ID) and social services. The purpose for this meetings is to address important information to plan the day. Some of the information that was mention was: How many patients are admitted at this time, open beds, pending discharges, foley telemetry, central lines, sitters, and inmates. Once the CNO receives information from each unit, he then set goals to be achieve.
On Wednesday November 16, I attended a board of education meeting for the Sachem public school district. This meeting took place at Samoset Middle School in the annex building. It began late at 7:45 pm. When I first arrived there were several board members already seated at the front of the room. Once everyone was seated, the meeting promptly started with the pledge of allegiance followed by a moment of silence.