Prescription for improvement- Releasing time to care though innovative approaches to medication management

Tony Galvin

St James's Hospital, James' Street, Dublin 8

Tony Galvin currently works as the Productive Ward Lead in the Nurse Practice Development Unit in St James's Hospital, Dublin. Previously he has worked as a Clinical Support Nurse working across many different areas in St James Hospital with a particular background in surgical nursing.

Abstract

Background In July 2015 the Productive Ward programme was introduced to an acute surgical ward in the author’s institution. “Productive Ward” aims to increase the amount of time nurses spend directly caring for... [ view full abstract ]

Authors

  1. Tony Galvin (St James's Hospital, James' Street, Dublin 8)
  2. Eimear Ni Bheachain (St James's Hospital, James' Street, Dublin 8)

Topic Area

Topics: Innovations in research methodology, education or clinical practice

Session

CI » Innovations (10:30 - Wednesday, 9th November, Seminar Room 0.55)

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