Patient Identification Journal of Nursing

Let’s Look Back, at TEAM Nursing!

Let’s Look Back, at TEAM Nursing!

Tags: nursing assistant patient care patient identification Team Nursing

Team nursing while working as a new nurse meant 3 sets of eyes on our patient load. The RN was required to start I.V.’s, take off doctors’ orders and administer I.V. push medication, but the RN was ENGAGED directly in patient care under this style of nursing! The nursing assistant and the RN worked side-by-side to provide outstanding care to the patient without the RN (myself, in this example), feeling chained to the medication cart and having the feeling that taking time out for patient care would make me late for a medication pass. Perhaps other nurses in my era didn’t appreciate this style of nursing care, but in more recent days, primary nursing is the paradigm.

Read More →
Do We Really Know Who Our Patients Are?

Do We Really Know Who Our Patients Are?

Tags: caring connecting with patients fundamendals nursing patient identification pilot study task oriented who is our patient

The profession of nursing has become so task orientated that we often forget to ask, "Who is our patient? ”What was their life like prior to becoming ill?" With advances in technology and the business atmosphere of healthcare nurses are often not able to provide patients with one of the most fundamental core competencies of nursing, caring.

Read More →
Career Opportunities
Academic Positions Available - 2 High-Paying Nursing Instructor Positions to be filled
Get Published for Free
RN's, Nursing Students, Educators & Health Care Professionals: Submit your article, story, or research paper to be considered for publishing. Over 40,000 readers per month. It's free and always has been since we started in 2001.