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Supenisory Nursing Round:

Supervisory rounds are tours or excursions into areas where patients are cared for where personnel operate, where intra and inter departmental communications take place, where facilities for operation in terms of equipment and supplies discernible, and where community-hospital contacts occurs, for the purpose of ensuring adequate nursing care through the stimulation, promotion and development  of personnel  on the job.  

Purposes of Supervisory Nursing Rounds 

  • To ensure adequate nursing care and patient satisfaction. 
  • To provide administrative satisfaction  to the hospitaVorganization.
  • To stimulate, promote and develop personnel on the job. 
  • To utilize  every opportunity  possible  for  the development of good public relations. 

Procedure 

Steps involved  in planning a supervisory programme are: 

i)  Definition of  a job to be done. 

ii)  Selectiop  arid organization  of supervisory activities. 

iii)  Anticipation  of difficulties.

iv)  Establishment of criteria  for evaluation. 

The supervisor works through workers. There are always three centers of force in a supervisory relationship-  the supervisor, the workers and the clients. 

The objective of any supervision  is achieved through the coordinated  efforts of  all staffs, agency and community and also through the constructive use of scientific procedures  for appraisal and planning of  nursing services.  

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