Evaluating an occupational health nursing program by a work sampling study.
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Evaluating an occupational health nursing program by a work sampling study. Planned and conducted by the Civil Service Health Division, with the technical assistance of the Research and Statistics Division, Dept. of National Health and Welfare. by Canada. Dept. of National Health and Welfare. Civil Service Health Division

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Published in [Ottawa] .
Written in English

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  • Public health nursing -- Canada

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LC ClassificationsRT6 C3
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Pagination31p.
Number of Pages31
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17007201M

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Observational work-sampling study over a two-year period with nursing staff before and after the implementation of an EHR. In total nursing staff were observed (28 RNs, 23 EENs, and PCs). EHR Australia: The EHR improved documentation levels while not significantly changing nursing time spent on most activities. 4. Work study and the worker 29 5. The work study practitioner 32 5. Working conditions and the working environment 35 1. General considerations 35 2. Occupational safety and health organization 36 3. Safety criteria 37 4. The prevention of industrial accidents 39 5. Working premises 42 6. Good housekeeping 42 7. Lighting 45 8. Standard VI: Evaluation – Occupational health nurses evaluate response to interventions and make changes to achieve desired outcomes. Standard VII: Resource Management – Occupational health nurses secure and manage resources to support health and safety programs and services related to occupational health. A nurse working in an occupational health setting will most likely work as a nurse: An occupational health nurse has conducted a walk through assessment and has identified potential hazards in the workplace. An occupational health nurse working in an occupational health and safety program is likely to provide which services? Select all.

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