5 Small Things I Do to Have a Better Nursing Shift

Small-Things-I-Do-to-Have-a-Better-Nursing-ShiftPicture this: you’re headed into work for a 7A weekend shift. When you left the evening before, everything seemed OK. Staffing for the weekend was adequate. The beds were full, meaning no surprise train wrecks. And the weekend attending on the schedule was one your team loves working with. Things were on track to go well.

You find yourself sitting in the breakroom, waiting for shift report, and it’s anything but ‘calm’. There were two call outs overnight and three admissions somehow got posted to arrive today. What are you going to do? How is your team going to get through this? You think to yourself, ‘Great, another hectic and crazy shift ahead… here we go again.’

Wouldn’t it be great if you had some tricks up your scrub sleeve to help you along the way? Well, now you do.


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