Effect of Patient Handoffs on Nursing Self-Efficacy
Christopher S. Guelbert, DNP, Perioperative Services, Barnes-Jewish Hospital, Saint Louis, Missouri, USA
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Patient handoffs between health providers in the post-anesthesia care unit and receiving division can vary from written, telephone, or face-to-face. Nursing self-efficacy can be influenced by the type of handoff received from the PACU. Also, structured handoffs using the Five P's may influence self-efficacy levels of receiving nurses.
Creating Healthy Work Environments 2019:Innovating Healthy Clinical and Academic Environments: Optimizing Patient Outcomes and Professional Well-Being, February 22-24, 2019. New Orleans, Louisiana, USA.
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