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UNM Wards Handbook

Page history last edited by Anthony Worsham 3 years ago

Welcome to the UNM Wards Handbook


 

Please use the comment section in each area to leave any feedback or to report any confusion or issues that need to be clarified.

 

If you do not find the answer to your question in the following material - please click here and list it, so that the answer can be added: Questions and Comments

 

 

New Ward System as of 6/20/14

New Ward System Details 

 

Ward Objectives

Ward Objectives

 

Expectations and Roles

R2 and R3

Nightfloat

OCD

Intern
Medical Students

Special Trainees

Attending

Advanced Practice Provider (APP)

 

Team Structures and Function

R2/R1 Team

Silver/Consult Medicine

Gold and Silver Teams

New Gold and DC Clinic Guidelines

 

Efficiency Tips and Tricks

 

HandOuts

Brief Expectations for Wards

Brief Expectations for Consult Silver Medicine

Processes

Admitting

Daily Rounds

Discharge

Consults

Processes after Patient Death

Sign Out/Cross Cover

Intern Cross Cover Assignments

Hand Hygiene Guidelines

 

Documentation

Forms/Document Repository (PDFs)

Documentation Expectations

          Electronic Progress Notes

          Dictation

          MRAN

          Discharge Summaries

 

Education Related

Daily and Monthly Schedules

Formal Education Activities

Duty Hour Notes

 

Hospital Related (coming soon)

Resident Hospital Orientation Issues                 

Case Manager

Social Work

Incarcerated patient: Frequently asked questions

Prisoner Patient Security Policy

 

 

   

 

 

 

Under Construction

     Comprehensive Patient Care Guidelines (prepared by Sepehr Khashaei open to any suggestions)

 

Obsolete links

Intern Orientation Guide

Resident Orientation Guide

Original Ward Team Structure Notes

List of supplies for paracentesis

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