Getting your message across in a crisis
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Getting your message across in a crisis

Mandy Day-Calder Freelance writer and life/health coach

The second in our three-part series looks at how a communication tool can help you focus and avoid errors

You probably start most shifts with a work plan based on priorities and available resources. But humans are complicated – sometimes patients’ treatments go according to plan, sometimes they don’t.

Nursing Standard. 32, 24, 37-38. doi: 10.7748/ns.32.24.37.s31

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