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During a recent #WeNurses Tweetchat on patient safety the subject of care plans came up:
Lots of our recent research seems to suggest that they are a static, not dynamic plan, meaning that they are almost useless much of the time to support decisions. @RuthMBaxter and @NatashaHardicre are more knowledgeable about this than I... #wenurses— Jane O'Hara (@janekohara) September 13, 2018
Who are they for? Patients, families, clinicians caring for patients, organisations?— Mary Titchener RN DN QN (@mary_titchener) September 13, 2018
How should they be personalised and include the patient/client view?
I’m sure that we’ve all been taught about care plans but seeing them in practice- the variance is huge.... #wenurses
Definitely something that I hear, also “I write care plans but no one else reads them!” #wenurses— Mary Titchener RN DN QN (@mary_titchener) September 13, 2018
Care plans are something that we are religiously taught are an essential part of nursing ... but are they?? This #WeNurses tweetchat aims to explore the care plan and it's role in nursing ... and perhaps even the alternatives !
- What is the purpose of a care plan?
- Taking into account the answers from Question 1 - do care plans achieve what they set out to achieve?
- Do you write care plans in your day to day work?
- Do you read care plans in your day to day work?
- What does the evidence say about care plans?
- How do we make care plans into more of a working document .. ie more dynamic?
- If we were to scrap care plans what is the alternative?