Documentation and Reporting I B Sc 1st Year I Foundations of Nursing I

Documentation and Reporting I B Sc 1st Year I Foundations of Nursing I By Akansha Jain Madam

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Jeevan Jyothi Foundation is a grass root level working NGO from Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh. India registered as an NGO under Section 8 of Indian Company Act, Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Govt of India.

One of the main objectives of Jeevan Jyothi Foundation is to uplift the standard of Nursing by conducting seminars, workshops, Awareness campaigns and taking online classes.

Jeevan Jyothi Foundation is having 12A and 80G of from Income Tax Department and also registered with NITI Aayog, Govt of India.

Link of all the charitable activities are given below:

Introduction of Jeevan Jyothi Foundation:

Food Distribution in Hospitals:

Food Distribution in Streets:

Covid 19 Relief Works:

Documentation and reporting are critical aspects of nursing practice and play a vital role in ensuring quality patient care. In the Bachelor of Science (BSc) 1st year course, Foundations of Nursing, students are introduced to the fundamentals of documentation and reporting in nursing practice.

Documentation refers to the process of recording all relevant information about a patient’s care, including their medical history, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment plan, and outcomes. Nurses are responsible for accurately documenting all aspects of patient care in a timely and organized manner, using standard medical terminology and abbreviations. This helps to ensure continuity of care, facilitate communication between healthcare professionals, and reduce the risk of errors or omissions.

Reporting, on the other hand, involves communicating information about a patient’s care to other healthcare professionals, such as physicians, therapists, and support staff. Nurses must be able to effectively communicate their observations, assessments, and interventions to other members of the healthcare team, both verbally and in writing. This helps to ensure that all members of the team are aware of the patient’s condition, progress, and any changes in their care plan.

In the Foundations of Nursing course, students will learn about the principles of documentation and reporting, including the legal and ethical aspects of record-keeping, and the importance of maintaining confidentiality and privacy. They will also learn about different types of documentation, such as progress notes, nursing care plans, and medication records, and how to use electronic health record systems.

Overall, the course will provide students with the foundational knowledge and skills necessary to effectively document and report patient care, which is essential for providing high-quality nursing care and contributing to positive patient outcomes.


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