2 edition of Historical overview of approaches to staffing the hospital nursing service department. found in the catalog.
|Statement||Canadian Nurses Association|
|Publishers||Canadian Nurses Association|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 127 p. :|
|Number of Pages||77|
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Specialty Hospitals: A Problem Or A Symptom? But do these changes endanger the quality of patient care? The nurse then hurriedly returned to the bedside of the acutely ill patient with the pulmonary embolism.
Recognizing the need for a palliative approach is based on need or potential need, and not on time or prognosis. Cuts in nursing staff led to heavier workloads, which heightened concern about the adequacy of staffing levels in hospitals. American Journal of Nursing, 108 162-72. Their Design and Development pp.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 2013. If the case is more complex, the specialist palliative care team may continue to follow the patient for a period of time providing advice to the primary care team. Regions with very small populations will often start with one or more palliative care RN s with access to a palliative care physician for support.
Elderly, chronically ill, and physiologically unstable patients, as well as those undergoing lengthy or complex treatment, are at much greater risk of experiencing various types of adverse events in care.
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It is not rocket science.