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PROPER CHARTING FOR NURSES AND OTHER HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS

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A useful article of Joe A. Flores, JD, FNP, MSN, CCRN.

" In today’s highly litigious society a nurse must keep basic principles in mind in order to prevent litigation for both the institution he or she works at and for the nurse him/herself.

The following are some tips to keep in mind when charting. These are not all inclusive but they do provide a general guideline for the nurse and other health care professionals."


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http://www.malenursemagazine.com/charting.html



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