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NUR515 - Module 4

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by Jerseygirl52 Jerseygirl52 (New Member) New Member

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Here are questions from my next module. Thanks to all of you who have posted answers to me. I hope you will all continue with your inputs. Thanks again!
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"How would you say officers in maximum-security areas differ from those in the rest of the prison?"

 

"Are the officers in the maximum-security areas of your jail helpful when you need to pass meds or conduct sick line?"

 

"If an inmate is unconscious in a maximum-security cell, does a Lieutenant or Captain have to be present before the door of the cell is opened?"

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jamangel has 12 years experience and specializes in Rehab, Corrections, LTC, and Detox Nurse.

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I can't answer the first two, never worked max

If you're only asking about max can't answer 3 either but in all likely hood on all levels an officer has to be there

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nancykday specializes in DIALYSIS, ICU/CCU, ONCOLOGY, CORRECTIONS.

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Here are questions from my next module. Thanks to all of you who have posted answers to me. I hope you will all continue with your inputs. Thanks again!
;)

"How would you say officers in maximum-security areas differ from those in the rest of the prison?"

"Are the officers in the maximum-security areas of your jail helpful when you need to pass meds or conduct sick line?"

"If an inmate is unconscious in a maximum-security cell, does a Lieutenant or Captain have to be present before the door of the cell is opened?"

In a max prison a CO has to be present with us to go to the door for s/c and med pass. If we enter a room an entire crew must be a be present 4 CO and a LT. Noone can enter a cellfor an reason unless the crew is present. This prevents an I/M from luring a staff member into the cell for bad purposes.

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