Achieving success as a long-term care nurse requires understanding organizational structures, state and federal regulations, and work processes. It can be discouraging when the quality of one’s work is questioned, especially after putting in hard work.
Navigating Long-Term Care: A Practical Approach for Nurses is a comprehensive guide for long-term care nurses to enhance their understanding of organizational structures, state and federal regulations, and work processes. This 15-chapter manual uses the nursing process as a critical thinking framework and covers crucial aspects of resident care, including admissions, discharges, care planning, incident reporting, and more. In addition, the book includes case studies and post-chapter questions to evaluate understanding, making it an excellent resource for facility educators and nurses.