Which of the following actions is the nurse's role as the collaborator of care when meeting with a family of an ill child?
•The nurse's role is to coordinate with all members of the multidisciplinary team involved in the patient's care (physicians, physical therapists, social workers, respiratory therapists, etc). The nurse should explain the roles of the different services and disciplines to the family and offer to answer questions the family may have
•Incorrect: The other three options are the responsibility of the physician.
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When instructing a patient on how to instill eye drops, the nurse should include which of the following steps?
Which of the following is the priority nursing action to minimize the risk of infection for a child with skeletal traction?
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