3 edition of Guidelines for an inservice education program for general duty nurses in a rehabilitation unit found in the catalog.
Guidelines for an inservice education program for general duty nurses in a rehabilitation unit
National League for Nursing.
in New York
Written in English
|Statement||by Helen Patricia Tiffney.|
|Series||The League exchange -- no. 78., League exchange -- no. 78.|
|Contributions||Tiffney, Helen Patricia.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 180 p.|
|Number of Pages||180|
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Guidelines for an inservice education program for general duty nurses in a rehabilitation unit. New York, National League for Nursing, Dept. of Hospital Nursing, (OCoLC) 1. League Exch. ; Guidelines for an inservice education program for general duty nurses in a rehabilitation unit.
Tiffney HP. PMID:Author: Tiffney Hp. Department of Hospital Nursing. Title(s): Guidelines for an inservice education program for general duty nurses in a rehabilitation unit.
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Portions of this publication can be made available. The Inservice and Compliance category contains educational inservices designed to meet the federal requirements for long term care, home health certified nursing assistants or CNA staff development.
Our topics include the mandatory inservices required by regulatory agencies and the basic long term care inservices given yearly at most long term. tice nurses, and faculty at schools of nursing possess expertise in this area.
The responsibilities associated with assuming the role of a unit-based educator vary among healthcare organizations. For example, in some workplaces, a designated nurse or a group of nurses on a clinical unit may assume staff education activities.A registered nurse shall be employed 40 hours per week.
The registered nurse time may count as part of the total requirement for licensed nursing. personnel. There shall be a registered nurse, a licensed vocational nurse, or a psychiatric technician awake and on duty in the facility at all times.Inservice and Continuing Education Inservice Education.
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