Infographic - Shots, shots, shots - EVERYBODY. But seriously, vaccinations are vital to preventing disease. This infographic answers all your what's and when's about immunizations and is a great aide in keeping you and your family healthy.
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What The Color Of Your Snot Really Means (Infographic)
Did you know the human body produces up to 1.5 quarts of nasal mucus every day (though it probably feels like a lot more given the cold temperatures lately)? And just like your urine , the color of your snot can say a lot about what's going on in with your health. So before you curse the seemingly-endless nasal stream running down your face, take a closer look at those tissues (sleeve/back of your hand/gloves/anything soft within reach) you use to wipe wipe it all away.
Examples of Documentation: Forms and Formats (Nursing)
The following examples demonstrate various forms and formats of documentation. Computerized templates of forms or hard copy pen-and-paper preprinted forms can be used, depending on the individual facility needs, resources, and requirements. Documentation is an integrated component of the process […]
Building Trust in Telephone Nurse Triage - TriageLogic: Remote Nurse Triage Software and Services
Building Trust in Telephone Nurse Triage The nurse-patient relationship is an important part of any patient’s total treatment plan. Trust is an essential component of that relationship and helps to improve compliance leading to better patient outcomes. Patients who do not trust their nurses tend not to follow their instructions, which can, in turn, lead […]
The 10 Critical Steps of Taking a Triage Call - TriageLogic: Remote Nurse Triage Software and Services
This short video introduces the key steps in for a triage nurse to take a patient phone triage call. The goal of every triage call is to make a patient feel comfortable and heard, while at the same time collect the critical information from the patient and get them to the appropriate level of care […]