Keeping good nursing records: a guideIn the field of nursing, as in most professions, it is incredibly important to stay current on industry information. From critical care to professional development, it is important to read frequently. However, there is so much information available that narrowing down which books are best to read or use for reference can be a rather daunting task. Below are the top 50 books that every nurse should read. The list is given in no particular order, as each book provides its own unique benefit.
50 Books Every Nurse Should Read
Forgot your password? Or sign in with one of these services. I have been working in home care now a few months and writing notes is a large part of my job. I feel as though there is always a much better way to write what I am doing. I started looking at books and there are a bunch of charting books, charting made easy etc.
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Charting for Nurses - How to Understand a Patient's Chart as a Nursing Student or New Nurse
In the busy working day of a nurse, with the many urgent demands on your time, you may feel that keeping nursing records is a distraction from the real work of nursing: looking after your patients. This cannot be more wrong! Keeping good records is part of the nursing care we give to our patients. It is nearly impossible to remember everything you did and everything that happened on a shift. Without clear and accurate nursing records for each patient, our handover to the next team of nurses will be incomplete.
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