Source: Nursing Management, 2012, 43(1) p. 32-38
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Date of publication: January 2012
Publication type: Journal article
In a nutshell: Purposeful rounding is a strategic way to improve care quality through decreasing falls and increasing patient satisfaction with nursing services. It ensures scripted intentional patient interactions with patients, each hour, allowing nurses to spend more time with their patients addressing care needs. By increasing care quality, patient satisfaction improves, positively affecting the image of a facility for patients and families.
Length of publication: 7 pages
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