the adventures of a veteran nurse in an inner city ER
Our hospital has done online training hospital-wide (worthless). They say they're also training a team within the Unit and the ED to care for Ebola patients, and are training them with full PPE - including PAPRs. Once that is actually in place, I won't be too concerned. Only problem will be if we get multiple possible Ebola patients that overwhelm those core staff.
We are going to be doing training with PAPRs, too. I work in a small town hospital in the middle of nowhere. If WE get Ebola, the rest of y'all are fucked.
My hospital has produced a 30 page policy manual that mostly says "follow CDC guidelines". Do we have the equipment? No.Makes me feel well prepared- not
Nov 8, 2014 . 18,000 nurses plan to strikehttp://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-11-08/kaiser-nurses-in-california-plan-to-strike-over-ebola.html
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