Un giorno nella vita dell'ospedale Ward
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Un giorno nella vita dell'ospedale Ward

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    Socorro Z.
    LY
    Socorro Z.

    Hospital ward are always full of different cases of patients, expect your day that it will always be a busy day considering it is a hospital ward . patient call lights turned on from time to time, admission and discharges of patients are on daily and timely basis on a busy hospital, The most important here is the readiness of the nurse on all this possible situations.

    Tarihi M.
    NZ
    Tarihi M.

    knowing certain months sees an increase in patient care, how would the ward prepare themselves for when this happens?

    Meaghan G.
    CA
    Meaghan G.

    I think while generally a good representation of the working of a hospital ward on any given day, it may have a bias toward being somewhat idealistic. Listening to the audio, I am impressed with the level of collegiality among primary nurses and patient assistants. Also very impressed with the admiration by the doctors (Registrars, Consultants) of the nursing staff for being their "eyes and ears". While I have experienced this myself, I can not say it is the 'norm' within our North American systems. There is still often more of a sense of hierarchy amongst the different levels of care providers. Often times these providers seem to be in competition with one another instead of taking an approach that one compliments the others to facilitate the ultimate goal of offering consistently effective care of a superb quality that empowers those in the bed.

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