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Above: Carolyn regulates an IV while performing
other team leading tasks. Below: Joan as Co-charge
fills out scads of request forms. Right: Beth finds that
giving report takes time!
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Dr. Mcliachern on NE-4.
With Mrs. Thomas as instructor,
team leading gave seniors a different and
full schedule to follow. A wing of treat-
ments andfor meds gave them few leisure
ly moments, several panicky ones, and
many new learning experiences. Rounds
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done on time is team leading. Co-Charge
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assignments and transcribing orders.
The real importance of team leading was
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Working with children put hutterflies
in seniors' stomachs at first. A new
modc of explanation and observation had
to he utilized. There were two added per-
sons besides the patients in this type of
nursing-parents. Often they were as
frightened as their child. Care plans and
a party were also a part of this rotation.
Visiting Head Start and a nursery school
were two programs to be observed out-
side of the hospital. Mrs. Gauldin taught
In pediatrics, conferences between Student and in-
structor are frequently needed,
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Above: Observing in ICU played an important part in
the learning process. Below: In ER, Miss Fincher
showed seniors around as preparation for working.
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disaster nursing were all a part of Ad-
vanced Med-Surg. Instructors were Mrs.
Ehrman, Miss Fincher, and Miss Huyck.
Working with Dr. Vogel and all the per-
sonnel of ER gave them an idea of what
real emergency treatment entails. Of
course, ICU was a new area too. They
were able to work with modern machine-
ry, see a critically ill patient make it,
and increase nursing skills. Floor work
gave the student an opportunity for review
before ending school. They also had to
plan for a disaster in Disaster Nursing.
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Above: In disaster nursing, students took a short trip to
observe the actual scene, Below: Constant monitoring
of fluids, equipment, medication, and the patient's
vitals are a main part of ICU.
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