This might seem rather stone-age, but is everyone using a work-sheet? When people complain of feeling disorganized I wonder if they're putting a worksheet to good use. (I once precepted a grad who kept her worksheet in her pocket and wrote notes to herself on her hand. Very bad idea. We covered worksheet 101 that day.)
If you can't get hold of preprinted ones, or they don't work for you, then design your own. What information do you need and how should it be arranged for you to stay on top of things? With a slot for each patient, it should include dx, postop day, med times, IVF and rate, any additional hardware like PEGs or Foleys, diet, activity, abnormal labs...anything you would need your eyeballs to land on in a hurry. Refer to it often; it'll give you a snapshot of what you need to be focusing on for the next half hour and for the next half of your shift. Update it frequently throughout your shift. It will help you stay on track and not feel as much like your brain is all over the place.
It will also serve as a cue card to help you give a complete and concise report. Of course, this advice might be hopelessly outdated, but I would not have survived corrections, med-surg or LTC without it.
For HIPAA purposes, keep your folded worksheet in your pocket during your shift and put it in the shredder box on your way out the door.