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Cardiac monitors improving patient care at Logan Hospital

24 June 2019

Ward 3B has gone live with four new cardiac monitors to enhance the care of its respiratory patients.

Nurse Educator Emily Smith said it was an exciting time for nursing staff of 3B who had extended their clinical knowledge and who were paving the way for nursing for the future build of Logan Hospital.

“The nursing staff have received a robust education plan which has included workshops, simulations and having financially supported attendance at Anne Evans-Murray workshops,” she said.

“3B has not yet had a patient admitted onto the system however we have been using the demo system on the monitors to continue education in the actual clinical setting in anticipation.

“I am exceptionally proud of the nursing team of 3B and the work they will continue to do in improving patient care.”

Featured: Logan Hospital Registered Nurse Erin Pratt, Ward 3B.

Last updated 5 July 2019
Last reviewed 24 June 2019

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