Need end-of-shift report sheet! - page 3
Hi there! I am a new RN, starting out in med-surg. Does anyone have any report sheets or patient organization sheets that you could pass on to me? Any help would be greatly appreciated, as I am... Read More
Jun 16, '10Mine's a little bit of overkill, I'm sure, but I'm a new nurse, so I like having the "extra protection" of as much data as possible. It's designed to be front and back, and perfect for a clipboard. The problem is.... how do I post it on here? I don't see an attachment option other than link. Did I miss something?
Jun 16, '10Date _____ (important, countless times wrote wrong date on charts lol)
Name ______ Age ____ Sex _____ Code Status _____ Allergy _____ Dr _____ Admission date ______
Diagnosis _____ Surgery & date _______ Post Op day #________
IV/SL product, location, rate ________
Tubes & Drains ________(Foley, NG, Chest tube, etc.)
Abnormal assessment _____________
Previous shift report ________________
At the end I would write down times I would have to complete tasks then cross out as I complete them, for example:
Vitals: 08 12 16
Gluc: 07 12 15
Meds: 08 10 16
In/Out: 12 18
Dressing change: 10 14
Charting: 10 14 18 (this helps me remember to check my charting)
those are the main points -- the rest of my sheet is specific to each pt.
Hope this helps. I know that the days I use this my time is managed much more efficiently and I'm less likely to panic and run around like a nut.
Oct 8, '10Some more report sheets. Med surged. Very detailed.
The All-Important Brain Bedpans
Jan 13, '11This is a report sheet I use at the PICU which I'm sure can easily be used with the NICU as well