Well, I know there are threads out there and I've looked at the brain sheets that the various people on here have posted. Tried a few, they're nice. Maybe a mod could link the threads? (wink wink)
The new one I'm gonna try is pocket mod, and I swear I've seen it referenced on here before. They have a new version at www.pocketmod.com
and it's got customizable options on some of the pages that weren't there before. SO. The "simple list" I used to type in items that were on my report sheet, that's nice. I made one where the front and back are "table" and the insides are my customized "simple list." I'll be taking that to work tomorrow to see how it does. (It's for up to six patients.)
Then my printer decided to give me heck and I can't figure out how to save the pocketmod to regular ole windows document type file, so I made my own. This isn't too bad, it's 4 columns, automatic table thing isn't fun to play with but the rest is cut and paste. The drawback to doing it in MS word is that pages 5 and 6 of the folded pocketmod will then be upside down. I do not know how to fix that, if anyone does, do tell.
Basically the clipboard is getting old for me at work, I want less to keep up with and still do it my way. Oh and the lab always calls with results right when I cannot find a piece of paper to save my life. I'll let y'all know how I like this thing in a week or so. Has anyone else tried pocketmod?
Dec 16, '08
I just googled "nursing report worksheets" and found this one.... Looks good!
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Dec 30, '09
trying to figure out how to attach the sheet i use
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