nursing rounds

nursing rounds

chart rounds, walking rounds, teaching rounds, or grand rounds that are held specifically for nurses and that focus on nursing care. See also rounds.

nursing rounds

A procedure in nursing education and in later practice in which one or more visits to a hospital patient are scheduled by two or more nurses to coordinate care, troubleshoot, respond to patient needs, and share insights.
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Staff performed "safety huddles" beginning each shift to identify risks and implemented prevention strategies, such as bed alarms and risk mitigation during hourly nursing rounds.
Hospitals will be required to ensure hourly nursing rounds.
You are bundled tightly and hurried out the door between nursing rounds.
Here in Salford we are getting hourly nursing rounds where patients are asked every hour about whether there are any problems, making sure we have patient-led inspections of hospitals, making sure we have simple service where we ask patients and staff, 'Would you be happy for your relatives to be treated in this hospital?
Nursing rounds have also been instituted whereby staff have had the opportunity to speak about issues contributing to moral distress.
Nurses can use SPICES to guide and focus daily assessment of acute and chronic conditions affecting the elderly population, during nursing rounds, shift handoffs, and identifying preventable findings that need further evaluation when collaborating with other healthcare providers.
In a recent study, it was found that call-light use was reduced by almost half by using structured 1-2 hour nursing rounds.
2006) Effects of nursing rounds on patients' call light use, satisfaction and safety.
The Riverside Campus is having successful Nursing Rounds weekly
We get out of the car - a big Toyota SUV that my daughter Alice needs to do her home nursing rounds through the hills of Tennessee.
Nursing rounds weren't conveying sufficient patient information to nursing assistants, and shift changes were causing miscommunication and discontinuity of care.

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