Final-year nursing students' ability to assess, detect and act on clinical cues of deterioration in a simulated environment.

@article{Endacott2010FinalyearNS,
  title={Final-year nursing students' ability to assess, detect and act on clinical cues of deterioration in a simulated environment.},
  author={Ruth Endacott and Julie Scholes and Penny Buykx and Simon Cooper and Leigh D Kinsman and Tracy McConnell-Henry},
  journal={Journal of advanced nursing},
  year={2010},
  volume={66 12},
  pages={2722-31}
}
AIM This is a report of a study investigating processes used by final-year nursing students to recognize and act on clinical cues of deterioration in a simulated environment. BACKGROUND Initial decisions about patients who are deteriorating in medical and surgical wards are often made by newly qualified nurses and doctors, increasing the risk of clinical error. There has been an emphasis on the use of teams in simulation; however, signs of deterioration are missed by individual clinicians… CONTINUE READING
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