Case Study: Hitting Two Birds With One Bullet: Bedside Shift Reporting

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This collaborative approach allows the patient and family to feel the on-coming nurse is getting all the necessary information, thus allowing for patient and family participation and while the nurses are assessing the patient together it can be used as an opportunity for the nurses learn and educate one another (Trossman, 2009 & Alvin, 2010).
A3a. Reference List
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