Im excited to be going back to bedside in the form of hospice home health. I did icy for 5 years and administrative stuff in between. I decided I want to go back to bedside and in the icu, I was sick of keeping very sick old people alive and in pain, but was taking comfort in bringing them comfortably into end of life care, so that's how I decided to go this way. Just by having a shadowing interview friday, I realized very sting assessment skills are required, a little different from icu assessment skills. While I am going to get a great orientation they tell me, I would love some tips or maybe if anyone knows of any books that can help with that form of assessment skills, that would be great!