change of vocation and not sure of terminology?

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    I have just changed my area of working and I was asked what type/level of care a patient was being given. I had so much to remember and it was rushed, I am sure the word started with B? This sounds so silly but as the area is more clinical the care being offered is so different to my previous post . I appreciate any help. Thank you.
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    You are going to have to be more specific
    psu_213 likes this.
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    sorry. I am nursing patients with varying clinical needs head injuries and strokes. I realise we have palliative care but I was asked "Is A, needing ???????? care. I realise that is not very specific. Maybe I will have to pose my question to my line manager.
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    I can't get my brain to understand what you are asking...
    Guttercat, nrsang97, cardiacfreak, and 5 others like this.
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    Quote from Esme12
    I can't get my brain to understand what you are asking...
    I don't understand the question either...
    Guttercat likes this.
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    Are you referring to levels of care as in primary, secondary, tertiary and quaternary care?
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    I have no idea what you're talking about.
    Guttercat, pinkiepieRN, and poppycat like this.
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    So confused..
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    Quote from Wanny
    sorry. I am nursing patients with varying clinical needs head injuries and strokes. I realise we have palliative care but I was asked "Is A, needing ???????? care. I realise that is not very specific. Maybe I will have to pose my question to my line manager.
    Are you in the US? Your choice of terminology makes me think you are not in the US/CAN and thus the confusion
    psu_213 and Esme12 like this.
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    Great idea...where are you from?


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