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In order to provide the best patient care our unit participates in hourly rounding. You will be visited by a nursing staff memberEvery hour from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.And Every two hours from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. During this time, we will be: Addressing restroom/bathroom needsPositioning/repositioningPain/relief needs addressedPersonal possessions within reach, ensuring call light/phone are within reachThe Goal of hourly rounding is to anticipate your personal needs while monitoring your well-being on an active hourly basis so you, your family and visitors can focus on your recovery. You may receive a survey after you are discharged home. We ask that you take the time to provide feedback so our unit can continue to improve and recognize staff. If you have any questions or concerns during your stay, please request to speak with the unit team leader and they will be happy to speak with you at bedside.
THE IMPLEMENTATION OF INTENTIONAL ROUNDING POLICY164-West: Hourly Rounding QuestionnaireI. QuestionsDirections: Please indicate your level of agreement or disagreement with each of these statements regarding 4-West rounding policy. Place an "X" mark in the box of your answer.Q1: How many times per shift do you round on your patients?____________________________________________________Q2: Do you explain The Mayo Clinic Rounding policy to your patients?1. I was aware of the intentional roundingpolicy.2. I adhere to the intentional rounding policy. 3. Intentional rounding reduces inpatient falls.4. Intentional rounding creates a trusting relationship between the patient and nurse5. Intentional rounding reduces call bell usage.Q9: How would you rate your overall experience with intentional rounding?
Q10: How do you feel about incorporating hourly rounding into your nursing practice?_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
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