The impact of Nursing Rounds on the practice environment and nurse satisfaction in intensive care: pre-test post-test comparative study.

@article{Aitken2011TheIO,
  title={The impact of Nursing Rounds on the practice environment and nurse satisfaction in intensive care: pre-test post-test comparative study.},
  author={Leanne M Aitken and Elizabeth A Burmeister and Samantha Clayton and Christine Dalais and Glenn Gardner},
  journal={International journal of nursing studies},
  year={2011},
  volume={48 8},
  pages={918-25}
}
BACKGROUND Factors previously shown to influence patient care include effective decision making, team work, evidence based practice, staffing and job satisfaction. Clinical rounds have the potential to optimise these factors and impact on patient outcomes, but use of this strategy by intensive care nurses has not been reported. OBJECTIVES To determine the effect of implementing Nursing Rounds in the intensive care environment on patient care planning and nurses' perceptions of the practice… CONTINUE READING
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