Senior nurses need to discuss whether the practice of intentional rounding continues
A new King’s College London study suggests that the practice of routine ward rounds is just a tick-box exercise, wastes nurses’ time and has little effect on patient care
Senior nurses should contribute to a national conversation about whether the widespread practice of intentional rounding should be discontinued in light of the latest evidence, researchers say.
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