Correctional Officer with history of exercising sound judgment and reasoned thinking during crisis events. Develops strong rapport with patients and colleagues. Excellent command of hospital safety, security and emergency management protocols.
Under direction of the Clinical Nurse Manager and/or Unit Nurse:
Trains patients to reach independent functioning in self-help especially, as it relates to ADLs.
Provides therapeutic crises intervention, to include, but not limited: verbal, & physical one to ones; precautionary measure, such as: suicide, assault & escape.
Monitors & records, vital signs, weight/height &/or any other physical condition.
Administers life-saving techniques (e.g., CPR, first aid.)
Documenting clinical data observed during the course of a normal shift; also performs clinical charting & required documentation, (e.g., assessed response to ITP; nursing care plan & medication; unusual behavior; incidents &/or injuries; completion of Unusual Incident Reports, when necessary);
Provides information to unit nurse & other treatment team members as appropriate;
Observes/reports alterations in patient's behavior & sleep habits;
recommends changes in treatment intervention as indicated by those observations;
Attends scheduled training & performs other direct care duties as assigned.
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