Improving nurse documentation and record keeping in stoma care

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Law, Lesley; Akroyd, Karen; Burke, Linda;
(2010)
  • Publisher: M A Healthcare Ltd
  • Subject: health | nursing

Evidence suggests that nurse documentation is often inconsistent and lacks a coherent and standardized approach. This article reports on research into the use of nurse documentation on a stoma care ward in a large London hospital, and explores the factors that may affec... View more
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