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Joined Jan 22, '03. CoffeeRTC is a RN LTC. Posts: 3,473 (22% Liked) Likes: 1,484

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  • May 10

    So, you are supposed to tell staff to keep their cell phone in their lockers at work, but to take a picure of the offenders you need a cell phone??? Wow. I've seen many a crazy rule but what the what?

  • May 8

    We seem to have good relationships with all of the hospices that we use.

    We are a SNF and may only have 1-2 residents at a time. Any isses we've had seem to be resolved by communication.

    A few things that we had to work out dealt with communication. When we get a respite admit, we rearely get a good listing of the medications or basic chart copy from the home.

  • May 8

    We do it as you described. One page per med. Started when you get the med and just signed off with each does. We then have a page at the start of the book/ binder that we sign on at the start of the shift and off at the end of the shift. Each nurse has a spot.

    I might have at least 20 or more different carts, boxes of patches, injectables or liquids on my cart. I couldn't imagine doing all of that double charting. Is this a pharmacy consultant or nursing? I'd want to see the reg or back ground for the new requirement.

  • May 7

    LOL. I totally got this post from the get go. Some days I really don't have time to pee when I want to and yes, we end up holding it untl we almost burst.

    I really love when my co-worker will say the same BUT she oldly has enough time to smoke?? Hmmm. I guess I do have my priorities wrong, LOL.

  • May 5

    Recently changed my name to stay more private.....Coffee RTC...how doesn't need coffee round the clock ?

  • May 4

    We do it as you described. One page per med. Started when you get the med and just signed off with each does. We then have a page at the start of the book/ binder that we sign on at the start of the shift and off at the end of the shift. Each nurse has a spot.

    I might have at least 20 or more different carts, boxes of patches, injectables or liquids on my cart. I couldn't imagine doing all of that double charting. Is this a pharmacy consultant or nursing? I'd want to see the reg or back ground for the new requirement.

  • May 4

    Recently changed my name to stay more private.....Coffee RTC...how doesn't need coffee round the clock ?

  • May 4

    Recently changed my name to stay more private.....Coffee RTC...how doesn't need coffee round the clock ?

  • May 3

    Recently changed my name to stay more private.....Coffee RTC...how doesn't need coffee round the clock ?

  • May 3

    Recently changed my name to stay more private.....Coffee RTC...how doesn't need coffee round the clock ?

  • May 3

    Wha??? I work in a small LTC and totally understand the staffing issues, but this was crazy!

  • May 3

    Recently changed my name to stay more private.....Coffee RTC...how doesn't need coffee round the clock ?

  • May 3

    We do it as you described. One page per med. Started when you get the med and just signed off with each does. We then have a page at the start of the book/ binder that we sign on at the start of the shift and off at the end of the shift. Each nurse has a spot.

    I might have at least 20 or more different carts, boxes of patches, injectables or liquids on my cart. I couldn't imagine doing all of that double charting. Is this a pharmacy consultant or nursing? I'd want to see the reg or back ground for the new requirement.

  • May 2

    Wha??? I work in a small LTC and totally understand the staffing issues, but this was crazy!

  • May 1

    Wha??? I work in a small LTC and totally understand the staffing issues, but this was crazy!


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