Critical care staff rotation: outcomes of a survey and pilot study.

@article{Richardson2003CriticalCS,
  title={Critical care staff rotation: outcomes of a survey and pilot study.},
  author={Annette Richardson and Margaret Douglas and Rachel Shuttler and Martin R Hagland},
  journal={Nursing in critical care},
  year={2003},
  volume={8 2},
  pages={84-9}
}
Staff rotation is defined as a reciprocal exchange of staff between two or more clinical areas for a predetermined period of time. The rationale for introducing a 'Critical Care Nurse Rotation Programme' includes important issues such as improving nurses' knowledge and skills, providing development opportunities, networking, the ability to recruit and retain nurses and the provision of a more versatile and flexible workforce. To gain the understanding of nurses' views and opinions on critical… CONTINUE READING

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