Neonatal Intensive Care Unit RN Skills Checklist

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Assessing the skills of the NIC unit staff is always a challenge.

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Now you have the ""Neonatal Intensive Care"" Unit RN Skills Checklist mobile app, an assessment tool for health care providers that provides a fast and easy way for NIC unit to assess the nursing skills of its registered nurses.

This app is a detailed self-assessment focusing on patient care and using an experience rating scale. Areas covered by the app include: Patient Rights, Patient With Neurological Problems, Care of the Patient, Patient With Cardiovascular Problems, Patient With Respiratory Problems, Administering and Monitoring 02 Therapy, Care of the Intubated Patient, Caring for the Infant, Chest Tube Management, GI/ Renal Problems, Phototherapy and Lab Results. For continuing nursing education, the app provides a competency assessment, focusing on evidence-based practice and clinical experience.

Whether the nursing student is pursuing an associate degree or is a BSN student, they may find this nursing assessment is helpful as a competency model of sorts, spotlighting what nursing knowledge is needed for this specific role, evaluating both knowledge and skill. It doesn't replace clinical observation or practice, but as a customizable checklist which saves information immediately to the Cloud, that can provide you with more benefits than the traditional paper form.

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“I’m not a tech guy and I was able to pick this thing up in probably an hour, and actually start to build apps. I’ve done them over lunch when I’ve gotten frustrated with a process that didn’t exist in our company. So for non tech people who’ve got a problem, the support here is awesome and I’d recommend it to anybody, not just in our industry.”

Dave Kramer, PennLine Service

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