3 edition of Notes on eliciting and recording clinical information found in the catalog.
Notes on eliciting and recording clinical information
London, Eng. University. Dept. of Psychiatry. Teaching Committee.
|Series||Oxford medical publications|
|LC Classifications||RC480.7 .L66, RC480.7 L66|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||25 p. --|
|Number of Pages||25|
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Patient records are the primary repository of data in the information-intensive health care industry. Although clinical information is increasingly likely to be computerized, the current, predominant mode for recording patient care data remains the paper record. FORMS USED TO RECORD INFORMATION IN A MEDICAL RECORD Following is a list of most forms, records, notes, and summary sheets which may be found in your hospital's medical record. Their names are self explanatory. In this book, forms are bordered for easy identification. Some contain little or no information of interest to a cancer Size: 6MB.
The “clinical record,” the “dental record,” and the “medical record” are all terms that apply to information that details the printed and/or written information gathered, collected, and/or used during the course of ascertaining a diagnosis and rendering treatment for a given patient by a health care provider and/or providing entity (e.g., group practice, hospital, clinic, etc.). Citation: Wright K () Ensuring best practice in clinical g Times; 35, Author: The learning unit is by Kerri Wright, who is a nurse and freelance writer. This article has been double-blind peer reviewed; Scroll down to read the article or download a print-friendly PDF including any tables and figures.
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Eliciting and Recording Clinical Information in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Series Title: Oxford medical publications. Other Titles: Notes on eliciting and recording clinical information. Responsibility: the Departments of Psychiatry and Child Psychiatry, the Institute of Psychiatry and the Maudsley Hospital, London.
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If it isn't recorded, it hasn't happened. This is a useful maxim for all healthcare practitioners. This article aims to provide information on documentation and recording, to understand why records are kept, the standard to which records should be kept and some of the legal issues relating to record-keeping for nurses in the general practice setting.
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Collection and recording of clinical data 18 Terms. cinnamon__ Chairside Dental assisting - collection & recording of clinical data 9 Terms. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / ). A patient record system is a type of clinical information system, which is dedicated to collecting, storing, manipulating, and making available clinical information important to the delivery of patient care.
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6 Recording Clinical Practice Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland (NMBI) Freedom of Information Act Under the terms of the Freedom of Information legislation, patients are entitled to access a copy of any healthcare record that applies to them and which is maintained by a File Size: KB.
Documentation and Record. Keeping. The first and fundamental need of any organised society is the regulation. of its network of relationships by means of objective, consistent, meaningful and useable documentation.
Luciana Duranti. he quote from Luciana Duranti points to File Size: KB. Good notes facilitate continuity of care, since many physicians gather background information in the electronic medical record (EMR) prior to meeting a new patient. In a busy emergency department, discharge summaries and problem lists impart the most information in a quick read; a physician preparing for the next day’s office visit benefits Cited by: 1.
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