Nurse Rounding: A Case Study

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The initiation of change in clinical practice is a common process and can be emotionally demanding to adapt. One support strategy that can be implemented to assist staff in managing and sustaining purposeful rounding is coaching and mentoring. It is evident that there is a lack of understanding in the purpose of nurse rounding and integrating it into the staff’s routine (Fabry, 2014). Hence, the lack of awareness in the rationale behind rounding can affect the engagement of the change. Coaching staff may include providing in-service two-way learning program before implementation of rounding. This will help identify the effectiveness of rounding compared to what is currently practiced. Also, it allows staff to modify the aspects they reject

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