This is so important! Nursing delegation frees up your mind so you can focus on the most important tasks first. Here’s how to master it.
Episode 007: If It Wasn’t Documented It Wasn’t Done Show Notes. These show notes cover Documentation for Nurses with helpful tips and tricks.
Elizabeth Mills, BSN RN CCRN – highly experienced neurocritical care nurse, current Stroke Navigator for a Primary Stroke Center What You’ll Learn Tip: Try to work as a CNA while in school if possible! Remember Observe Build rapport Value the expertise and time of the CNA Communication More resources
This post contains affiliate links It never fails. You start your day with the best nursing time management intentions. You started your assessments and meds on time (woo hoo!), and then all of a sudden three doctors round at once and expect you to implement their orders immediately. One patient needs to pee, one needs […]
Delegation is a tough thing to master as a new nurse. While the NCLEXNCLEX tells you which tasks are appropriate to delegate, it doesn’t exactly outline how to go about doing it. I realize that not all units have certified nursing assistants (CNAs) or patient care technicians (techs), but many do. This post is for […]
Learning your own time management style is one of the toughest parts about being a new grad. Here are tips I developed after working on an acute care nursing floor with cardiac and stroke patients. I typically had 4-5 patients on day shift and 5-6 on night shift. Report was 30 minutes and ended at […]
Most of us have a lot going on in our lives all the time. Between work, children and school, most people are constantly running from one to another, spending more than we would like even when we know it will do no good. Life is stressful even if you’re one of those who can maintain […]