Process Improvement Plan and Change: Speaker Notes

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Process Improvement Plan and Change: Speaker Notes
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Inadequate staffing puts patients and families at risk.
The family experience of a dying patient will affect you as a nurse and how as a nurse you affect the family.
There are emotional, spiritual and physical demands that the death of a patient brings to nursing each day.
Death is a challenging life event for all involved—a troubled spirit and psyche prevents a nurse from providing the highest quality of care available to the patient.
In the fast-paced world of a cardiology care unit, it is sometimes challenging to provide compassionate care to the patient and family.
Regardless of how challenging the job is a cardiology care nurse has a responsibility to provide the patient with...
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