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Janet Hawkin’s is a Nurse Entrapreneur Certified by the AHA as an ACLS, BLS, PALS Instructor. NRP offered. Hours are flexible registration is open to Nursing students, new grads, RN’s, LPN’s , CNA, PCT, Respiratory Therapist, MD’s PA’s. Seeking contacts with Nursing Homes, Hospitals, Health Care Employment Agenicies. First Aide and Heart Saver and AED for Day Care providers offered; classes are also ongoing. We specialized in Emergency Classes.
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.
Hi fellow nurses,
I am here to tell you that studying doesn’t end when you graduate. If you want to transition well make sure you take a good break before starting your new job and learn as much as possible when you start your new job. Get ready to take a core course for those of you going into specialty areas. Remember to go over your workday/medications when you work so you understand the flow of nursing. Don’t be embarrassed to write down notes to yourself. This will come in handy when you do things like admissions for the first time. Remember at any stage of the game starting a new job takes practice and dedication just like studying for the NCLEX.
Every year I commit to running a race. This helps me to stay in shape and work out continuously to prepare for the race. I will be running a half marathon for the first time. I usually run 5 K’s. Training and race day is my time to connect with nature and think about future goals in different areas of life. How do you stay committed to living a healthy? One other trick that keeps me on track is dedicating doctor’s visits to a certain month. For example, September is primary care month. This is extremely helpful if you have to manage your health and the health of those you love. Take time out to schedule important appointment through out the year so your can stay on track. Plan ahead, Natalia