Pros: nurse supervisor and charge nurse very helpful in getting the job done.
Cons: short break, and at time; no time for break
Prioritizing tasks. Assessment, planning, intervention, and evaluation of clients physiological, psychological, social, nutritional, functional, and spiritual needs. Learn to better manage my time, and perform duties on time. Collaborate with management for transition of clients from one unit to the other, and collaborating with physicians to care for – more... clients needs. Collaborate with co-workers to care for clients in a holistic manner.
The hardest part of the job was communicating with clients and their families due to language problem. I do not speak spanish fluently, and at times it was challenging communicating with clients.
The most enjoyable part of the work was seeing the progress that the clients have made in terms of improvement in the overall health status. Teaching the clients and their families how to care for themselves holistically. – less