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  1. What is the nurse to patient ratio in your facility?
    What type of facility do you work at? How many beds? How many nurses per bed? How many nurses per patient/resident? How many aides per bed? How many aides per patient/resident? Are you...
    May 2, '06
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  2. Staff/Patient Ratio - 30 Patients per Nurse
    Just to clarify, I never suggested that administrators assist direct care nurses with patient care - I suggested that administrators do direct patient care for a week - or one day a month - or one...
    May 2, '06
    Forum: Geriatric Nurses / LTC Nursing
  3. Staff/Patient Ratio - 30 Patients per Nurse
    http://www.boston.com/news/local/rhode_island/articles/2006/05/02/testimony_begins_in_nursing_home_neglect_trial/ A nurse caring for 60 patients faces criminal neglect charges with a potential...
    May 2, '06
    Forum: Geriatric Nurses / LTC Nursing
  4. Staff/Patient Ratio - 30 Patients per Nurse
    Great response, and I completely agree. We are enabling this system by not demanding adequate staffing and by not taking strong actions against the current and unacceptable situation. I wrote to my...
    May 2, '06
    Forum: Geriatric Nurses / LTC Nursing
  5. Staff/Patient Ratio - 30 Patients per Nurse
    Exactly. When regulators/auditors are expected, administration goes into overdrive, making it appear that they are meeting or exceeding recommendations/requirements. Suddenly there are continual...
    Apr 30, '06
    Forum: Geriatric Nurses / LTC Nursing
  6. Nurse/Patient Ratios - 30 Patients Per Nurse
    In my last job (which I quit due to inadequate staffing), I had 30 patients to take care of, 60 while the other nurse was at lunch. Our CNAs had 10 residents each, sometimes up to 20. The facility...
    Apr 30, '06
    Forum: New Hampshire Nursing
  7. Staff/Patient Ratio - 30 Patients per Nurse
    In my last job (which I quit due to inadequate staffing), I had 30 patients to take care of, 60 while the other nurse was at lunch. Our CNAs had 10 residents each, sometimes up to 20. The facility...
    Apr 30, '06
    Forum: Geriatric Nurses / LTC Nursing
  8. Delegating bedmaking, bedpans . . .
    New Hampshire has no laws, rules, or regulations mandating nurse/patient ratios. In my last job, I had 30 patients to take care of, 60 while the other nurse was at lunch. Our CNAs had 10 residents...
    Apr 30, '06
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  9. Iv Certification Courses?
    Where is the best IV Certification Course for LPNs in New Hampshire, and does anyone know of one starting soon? :balloons:
    Apr 29, '06
    Forum: New Hampshire Nursing
  10. Lpn Wages!
    I'm an LPN licensed for 15 years with an Associate Degree in nursing, a Bachelor's Degree in another field (not nursing), and a wide range of experience. I am seeking a full-time position in the...
    Apr 29, '06
    Forum: New Hampshire Nursing


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