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Now that you know what the evidence shows, How are staff held accountable? As a healthcare community we must hold one another accountable in order to achieve great outcomes. I find workplace environments tend to have a hard time confronting small to large issues. The minute small issues go by without being addressing it is the minute it will develop into a systemic issue on your unit. Employees must hold one another accountable from the small things to the big things. Managers must ensure this level of accountability exists at a granular level. Managers must understand the players on their team. Managers must create “Just Cultures” to expand on evidence based practice frameworks.
Being a nurse comes with many responsibilities. One aspect I love about nursing is caring for friends and family. Don’t forget those who matter the most to you. It’s so important to make sure friends and families get annual check-ups. As a Christmas gift to my friends and family one year I did blood pressure screenings.
There are small things you can do to make a big difference in some else’s life. Reminding others to take their medications, explaining medications and providing a referral to your friends and family can help them lead a healthy life. My mother once asked my why she was taking Sodium (since she eats salt) and Potassium (since she eats bananas). As healthcare providers, we assume everyone understands electrolytes, automatically “get it” in terms of their health, take medications and follow provider instructions but that is far from the truth. It is important to explain the mechanism in which medications work. You will be surprised to see the number of people in your social circle that can use nursing care. Share your knowledge to those you love.