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Learn to chart like a nursing PRO with these charting tips! Develop a system, write everything down, real-time chart, learn your EMR, work smart, and cover your A**! #Nursing #NurseCharting #Charting via @Healthandwillness
Charting Tips for Nurses Medical Abbreviations & Acronyms common medical nursing abbreviations abbreviations and symbols list Acronyms and abbreviations for medical terms are frequently used by healthcare providers.
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You'll love this list of commonly used abbreviations in nursing school.
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Download our cranial nerves chart and assessment cheat sheet to help you perform assessments of the cranial nerves in a simpler way!
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Progress notes are an essential part of the documentation required in nursing homes and assisted care facilities. They record changes that impact on the delivery of care and are used to review and update care plans. In this article we cover: The Role of Activity Professionals in Recording Progress Notes Important Elements of Progress Notes 12 Tips for Writing Progress Notes Exaples of Progress Notes - good and bad
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Examples of Documentation: Forms and Formats (Nursing) More
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Differentiating between the RN vs LPN scope of practice is a key concept to know for the NCLEX exam. Follow Archer Review for more nursing resources to help reach your NCLEX goals!
Learning to be a nurse is hard enough, but learning to chart effectively can make things even harder! As a new nurse, this will be a major obstacle in becoming proficient. Even experienced nurses can have trouble with charting quickly and effectively. Use my Top 6 Charting Tips to help improve your time-management!
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Let’s face it, dressing selection can be overwhelming for clinicians because of the plethora of products that are in the wound care market space. If only there were a multifunctional smart-dressing that could be used on every wound etiology. It would make managing wounds much easier. Practical knowledge of dressing categories, functionality, appropriateness, and reimbursement is key in dressing selection.
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