Rural Emergency Medicine: A Nurse's Perspective
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Professional Development and Education, Administration, 2022
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Twenty-five percent of acute care hospitals are classified as critical access hospitals that are often staffed by hospitalists and family practitioners. Critically ill patients are triaged, stabilized, and often transferred to higher levels of care. It is essential to ensure that these clinicians are well trained to care for critically ill patients.
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Content Type Presentation
Knowledge Area Professional Development and Education
Knowledge Area Administration
Knowledge Level Intermediate
Knowledge Level Advanced
Membership Level Select
Tag Professional Development
Tag Nursing
Year 2022
Keywords
Lake Region
critical access hospital
Fergus Falls
Minnesota
rural healthcare

   

   
 
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