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Nursing2015

September 2008, Volume 38 Number 9 , p 59 - 60

Authors

  • Bobbi L. Hallberg RN, BSN
  • Anne Marie Renaker CNS-BC, Pediatrics

Abstract

Hallberg, Bobbi L. RN, BSN; Renaker, Anne Marie CNS-BC, Pediatrics

Issue: Volume 38(9), September 2008, p 59–60 Publication Type: [Department: … & more: DOING IT BETTER: Putting research into practice] Publisher: © 2008 Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Inc. Institution(s): When this article was written, Bobbi L. Hallberg was a nurse manager in the ICU and pediatrics and Anne Marie Renaker was a clinical nurse specialist at Fairview Lakes Health Services in Wyoming, Minn. Now Ms. Hallberg is the director of progressive and critical care at Skagit Valley Hospital in Mount Vernon, Wash., and Ms. Renaker is a pediatric clinical nurse specialist in the emergency department at the University of Minnesota Children's Hospital, Fairview.

A FAMILY PHYSICIAN admits Joshua, age 2, to our small community hospital to treat a urinary tract infection. Joshua is one of two pediatric patients in the 32-bed combined medical/surgical and pediatric unit. Suzanne, Joshua's nurse, is also assigned to care for three ...

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