Record keeping: developing good practice
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Record keeping: developing good practice

Chris Rodden Clinical Trainer, Ayrshire and Arran Primary Care NHS Trust, Ayr
Maureen Bell Designated Nurse for Child Protection, Ayrshire and Arran Primary Care NHS Trust, Ayr

This article explores the concept of record keeping in nursing practice and how it appears to be a forgotten skill that is rarely updated through education. Although the UKCC/NMC have been consistent in making guidance available to nurses, it would appear that application of this guidance is variable.

Nursing Standard. 17, 1, 40-42. doi: 10.7748/ns2002.09.17.1.40.c3268

Correspondence

chris.rodden@aapct.scot.nhs.uk

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