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Ep020: Provide and Recieve Report

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  • Report will look different in various areas of the hospital
    • ED report is very short and concise
    • Critical care report is very detailed
    • Floor report is more detailed than the ED, but less detailed than critical care
    • Some facilities use standardized report forms (for example, SBAR)
    • Basically communicating info from one shift to the next:
      • What the nurse needs to know to safely care for the patient for the next 12 hours and coordinate care within the healthcare team
    • When receiving report, wait until reporting nurse is done to ask questions
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Date Published - Nov 2, 2016
Date Modified - Nov 3, 2016

Jon Haws RN

Written by Jon Haws RN

Jon Haws RN began his nursing career at a Level I Trauma ICU in DFW working as a code team nurse, charge nurse, and preceptor. Frustrated with the nursing education process, Jon started NRSNG in 2014 with a desire to provide tools and confidence to nursing students around the globe. When he's not busting out content for NRSNG, Jon enjoys spending time with his two kids and wife.