Results The DNP project was implemented at Palmetto General Hospital in a medica


Results
The DNP project was implemented at Palmetto General Hospital in a medical-surgical unit. The target population was patients> 65 years and older admitted to the surgical team. I have contacted 14 patients after the hospital discharge, and 20 nurses from the day and night shifts participated in the survey during the DNP project implementation.
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SBAR communication toolkit implementation in the medical-surgical unit
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Recommendations
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