Nicely Organized Report Sheet
- 0Mar 23, '06 by SkateBettySo far I haven't found just the right thing for taking report. I need a full page form for each patient because I write kind of big, with a place for everything. Please, could you put yours out there, so I have a few to pick from? I need something more comprehensive, with everything right there; a place for each doctor's name, labs, treatments, GI/GU, CV, etc. Mostly I need this so I don't forget to ask for information I will need later, but will forget while taking report d/t my lack of experience.
BTW, which forum do the trauma nurses hang out on? I am a new step-down nurse, but don't see a trauma icu forum.
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- 1Mar 23, '06 by Blee O'MyacinI fold it lengthwise and put a patient on each half of paper. I'll put all the important events on the top (reason for being there, labs, unusual events of the past few days, etc.) and then I'll list systems.
My coworker made a sheet that has caught on - basically the same thing, but she uses the entire sheet of paper, has a space for the initial report and then to write in changes over the shift - I just use post-its though.
You'll find what works best for you.
- 0Nov 4, '06 by P_RN Asst. Adminhttp://www.mccd.edu/alliedhealth/rnc...-ReportOff.pdf
Nice one from Mercer College
More of a student sheet, but could be easily compacted to 1/2 or 1/3 page.
- 0Nov 5, '06 by sonja77i posted the one i use in the following thread: