Keeping track

  1. I recently trained in new role and I now attend deliveries as the newborn nurse (assign APGARS, resuscitate as necessary, weight, footprints, etc)...I want to keep track of how many babies I have taken care of. Anyone have a recommendation simple counter app or similar that would allow me to do this?
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    Joined: Mar '18; Posts: 2; Likes: 1
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  3. by   BSNbeauty
    Make a check mark in a little notebook at the end of the shift. A check mark equals a baby you assessed. What are your reasons for doing this ?
  4. by   Nurse_Princess
    This is what I'm doing now, I'm afraid I'll lose it or something will happen to it haha. I'm doing it for my own curiosity more than anything.
  5. by   NurseNora
    If you lose your little book, you can go through the delivery log at the end of every month and count the number of times your name shows up.