STRUCTURE OF THE EXAM
The assessment station is a place to gather information about the patient’s general state of health, current problems and their goals. As the nursing practitioner gathers this information, they will make important observations about your person that can be used to develop treatment plans..
The basis of planning involves identifying the key elements of care that you want to address, such as your goals and psychiatric symptoms. Next, you develop a plan based on those aspects, using a holistic approach that considers how well patients feel emotionally, physically, and mentally.
Identify and use a system that ensures the accurate, timely, and complete recording of patient care activities by clinicians.
All of these are stages of nursing and midwifery care. These include assessment, evaluation, planning and management, implementation, monitoring, and evaluating the outcomes of care. At the practical stations, it is very important that you read the instructions carefully and ask questions if you are unsure of anything