Admission procedure - nursing, Biology

Admission Procedure 

From the time  the child and his family enter the hospital doors, the admission procedure should be carried out in a friendly and efficient manner. Admission to  the pediatric unit and helping  the  family learn about their new surroundings are nursing responsibilities. The nurse is the best person for answering the  family's questions about all aspects of hospital life and can, during the admission procedure, detect possible problem areas in the family and assess ways of dealing with them.  

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