Admit One: What You Must Know When Going to the Hospital—But No One Actually Tells You!
Admit One: What You Must Know When Going to the Hospital—But No One Actually Tells You! explains—in plain language—everything to expect in the hospital environment.
Admit One: What You Must Know When Going to the Hospital—But No One Actually Tells You! explains—in plain language—everything to expect in the hospital environment. Whether it's you or a loved one who is being admitted, you can use this insider's guide to understand as much as possible about the culture of a hospital, how it functions, and what to expect of your health care providers.
After reading this book, you'll feel less intimidated and more in control of your care. All the things that doctors and nurses assume you know when you're admitted—but no one has actually told you—are outlined here.
This thorough and insightful publication will help you learn:
- The duties of each member of your health care team
- How your team works together to provide you with the best care possible
- How the various hospital units and patient equipment function
- What to expect from your nurses and what they expect from you
- The key questions you must ask and to whom you should direct them
And much more!
About the Book
BSN, RN, CCRN
Kati Kleber, BSN, RN, CCRN, graduated from nursing school in Iowa in 2010. After working on a cardiac stepdown unit in the Midwest, she moved into neurocritical care in Charlotte, NC. She was a certified preceptor, obtained her critical care certification, and was named one of the "Great 100 Nurses of North Carolina" and Charlotte Business Journal’s Nurse of the Year in 2015. Author, national speaker, and host of a podcast for new nurses, Kati owns and operates FreshRN.com. Her passion centers not only on encouraging and educating new graduate nurses, but also on building relationships with other people and God. She and her husband John have one child, Hannah Joy, and two very handsome rescue dogs. Kati is currently pursuing her MSN in Nursing Education. To learn more about her, visit katikleber.com.
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