A structured framework improves clinical patient assessment and nontechnical skills of early career emergency nurses: a pre-post study using full immersion simulation.

@article{Munroe2016ASF,
  title={A structured framework improves clinical patient assessment and nontechnical skills of early career emergency nurses: a pre-post study using full immersion simulation.},
  author={Belinda Munroe and Kate Anne Curtis and Margaret Murphy and Luke Strachan and Julie Considine and Jennifer K. Hardy and Mark R. Wilson and Kate Ruperto and Judith Fethney and Thomas Daniel Buckley},
  journal={Journal of clinical nursing},
  year={2016},
  volume={25 15-16},
  pages={
          2262-74
        }
}
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of the new evidence-informed nursing assessment framework HIRAID (History, Identify Red flags, Assessment, Interventions, Diagnostics, reassessment and communication) on the quality of patient assessment and fundamental nontechnical skills including communication, decision making, task management and situational awareness. BACKGROUND Assessment is a core component of nursing practice and underpins clinical decisions and the… CONTINUE READING
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