Pros: continuing education
Cons: large number of patients asigned to one nurse
After receiving daily report , you start to review the last new orders; greeting the patients, make rounds, tatke VS, and get ready to administer medication. Then establish the patient's care plan for all the patients, review the progress in the recuperation of the patients. Take care of the especial needs for each patient like wound care, appoitments – more... with the especilalist, transpotation, changes indiet, D/C planing. Some daya attend the meetins with the supervisor, case conferencies. Updates.
The most enjoyable part of the job is to see how important is to help patients in the right moment with the rigth treatment and attention to become healthy and return to thier normal life. The hardest part of the job is that sometimes you are unable to have all the tool and materials to give adecuate care to the patients due to economical problems, administration problems, staff deficiency. – less