Behavioral Health

  1. Hi Everyone: I have opened up many programs from Medicaid, Medicare, Hospitals, PHP's, IOP's, Home Health. I have also developed workbooks to be used in these areas. One of the questions I have is, how very little is written on the topic of med compliance via nsg. I have written a book on this subject matter, what interests me is to get feedback from the nursing population. I do believe Nurses are empowered to do a lot of good and this is one area that is not very well published or there is lack of concern.
    Last edit by traumaRUs on Nov 28, '07 : Reason: Pls do not include email addy.
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  3. by   Dixielee
    Quote from juliazk
    Hi Everyone: I have opened up many programs from Medicaid, Medicare, Hospitals, PHP's, IOP's, Home Health. I have also developed workbooks to be used in these areas. One of the questions I have is, how very little is written on the topic of med compliance via nsg. I have written a book on this subject matter, what interests me is to get feedback from the nursing population. I do believe Nurses are empowered to do a lot of good and this is one area that is not very well published or there is lack of concern.
    I am having trouble understanding your question. Are you asking if nurses are non compliant in giving meds to patients with behavioral problems? Or are you asking if nurses who have behavioral problems don't take their meds? Or something else. Clarification would help me better understand what you are looking for. Be as specific as possible, some of us just got off a 12 hour shift!:spin:

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