رد: متطلبات معايير التمريض
المعيار الإحدى والثلاثون
Every Nursing unit has the following reference manuals and/or policies:
NR.31.1 Nursing policy & procedure manual.
NR.31.2 Current nursing practice books (not less than 5 years old) in the unit.
NR.31.3 An infection control manual.
NR.31.4 A safety manual or safety policies.
NR.31.5 Operating manuals or information on the safe use of equipment.
NR.31.6 Lab information to assist the nurses in correctly obtaining specimens.
NR.31.7 Dietary manual
كل قسم تمريضي لديه أدلة عمل مرجعية من السياسات والاجراءات التالية
Availability of all reference manual and/or policies in each nursing unit (policy ad procedure manual, current nursing practice books, infection control, safety manual, operating manuals for equipment, lab information, dietary
المعيار الثاني والثلاثون
توافر جميع أدلة العمل المرجعية و / أو السياسات في كل وحدة تمريض
قسم التمريض لديه طريقة للحفاظ على إمدادات كافية من الملزمة الطبية والملايات والأغطية لتلبية احتياجات المرضى تشمل ما يلي
The Nursing department has a method to maintain adequate supplies and linen to meet patient needs that includes:
NR.32.1 Par levels (minimum levels) established.
NR.32.2 Ordering required supplies and linen when par levels are reached and as needed.
NR.32.3 An emergency backup method when there are problems receiving supplies from the primary supplier.
NR.32.4 A method to track problems with supplies and linen so that patterns can be studied for quality improvement (e.g. no linen on every weekend due to short staffing in the laundry
Documented method of maintaining adequate supplies (par levels) including emergency situation.
Nursing department monitors the supplies provision process and takes necessary actions for improvement
توثيق طريقة الحفاظ على الإمدادات الكافية بما في ذلك حالة الطوارئ.
قسم التمريض يرصد عملية تقديم الإمدادات وأخذ الإجراءات اللازمة للتحسين
المعيار الثالث والثلاثون
The Nursing staff recognize and support patient and family rights by:
NR.33.1 Knowing the process of informed consent.
NR.33.2 Communicating to the appropriate staff any patient/family concern.
NR.33.3 Documenting in the Medical Record
الطاقم التمريضي يدعم حقوق المرضى وذويهم بواسطة
Nursing staff adhere patient and family rights policies (informed consent, communication of patient/family concern and documentation in the medical record
المعيار الرابع والثلاثون
Nurses provide effective methods to protect patient’s privacy:
NR.34.1 There is a physical separation between each patient.
NR.34.2 Male and female room are identified.
توافر مساحات للمريض لضمان خصوصية المرضى
اماكن مخصصة لكل مريض
فصل غرف المرضى الذكور والإناث
Availability of patient spaces to ensure patients privacy with male and female rooms identified
المعيار الخامس والثلاثون
Nurses implement processes that support patient confidentiality by:
NR.35.1 Not allowing unauthorized access to the medical record.
NR.35.2 Not talking about patients in areas than can be overheard.
NR.35.3 Not allowing public postings with patient’s personal information in view
يطبق التمريض عملية سرية المعلومات التي تدعم المريض عن طريق
Implementation of patient confidentiality process (no evidence of unauthorized access to the medical record, no public conversations concerning patients, no public postings of patients information
المعيار السادس والثلاثون
Nursing follows the occurrence variance reporting mechanism of the hospital that includes the following written procedures:
NR.36.1 List of reportable occurrences (medication error, patient fall, wrong procedure, etc.)
NR.36.2 identifies the person responsible for initiating the report.
NR.36.3 Identifies who is responsible for investigating the Occurrence.
NR.36.4 Describes how the occurrence is to be investigated (i.e. algorithm).
NR.36.5 Outlines the expected corrective action plan and assigned responsibility.
NR.36.6 Outlines the review process
التمريض يتبع نظام التبليغ عن الحدث وذلك باتباع الية المستشفى وتشمل كتابة الاجراءات التالية
1-قائمة الحوادث التي يجب الإبلاغ عنها (خطأ الدواء، سقوط المريض، والإجراءات الخاطئة، وما إلى ذلك)
NR.36.2 يحدد الشخص المسؤول عن كتابة التقريرالمبدئي للتبليغ.
NR.36.3 يحدد من هو المسؤول عن التحقيق في حدوثها.
4- وصف كيفية التحقيق .
NR.36.5 الخطوط العريضة لخطة العمل التصحيحية المتوقعة وتحديد المسئول عن الاجراء التحيحي.
NR.36.6 الخطوط العريضة لمراجعة الاداء
Nurse are aware of and implement the OVR system (able to complete the report/form
The OVR system contains list of reportable occurrences, person initiating the report, person investigating, investigation algorithm, action plan, and review process.
المعيار السابع والثلاثون
Nursing staff demonstrate understanding of how to handle a sentinel event:
NR.37.1 Ability to verbalize definition of a “Sentinel event”.NR.37.3 Know how to correctly complete the incident form
NR.37.2 Know Whom to contact when a Sentinel event occurs.
الطاقم التمريضي يعرف كيفية التبليغ عن الحوادث الجسيمة ( الخافرة التي يترتب عليها حقوق او دية للمريض)
Nurse are aware of and implement the sentinel event system (able to complete the report/form, nurses must know sentinel event definition, who to contact for sentinel event
المعيار الثامن والثلاثون
Availability of current and approved list of hospital abbreviation
Nurses only accept a standardized and approved list of abbreviations when receiving orders or documenting in patient file as approved by the hospital authority.
NR.38.1 There is a written approved & signed abbreviation list
التمريض يتعامل بالاختصارات الطبية التي تم تحديدها في القائمة الخاصة بالمستشفى عند استقبال اي اوامر طبية
Nursing adherence to approved abbreviation list
المعيار التاسع والثلاثون
There is a written policy for prevention of infant/child abduction
Vulnerable children, disabled individuals, and the elderly populations receive appropriate protection.
NR.39.1 There is a written policy that addresses nurse’s actions and responsibilities in the prevention of infant/child abduction.
NR.39.2 Preventing unauthorized access to the area.
NR.39.3 Providing visitors with identification badges issued by the hospital.
NR.39.4 Assigning a hospital code such as “Code Pink” in case abduction occurs
الأطفال المعرضين للخطر، والأفراد ذوي الاحتياجات الخاصة، والمسنين لهم سياسات خاصة للحماية مناسبة لهم .
Nurses are aware of and implement patients protection process (vulnerable children, disabled individuals, and the elderly populations
Visitors are provided ID badges and unauthorized access is not allowed to the area. A code is used for child abduction
Nurses ensure safety of medical equipment by:
NR.40.1 Maintaining his/her skill level in the use of the equipment including trouble shooting problems.
NR.40.2 Knowing how to report mal-functioning equipment.
NR.40.3 Labeling any malfunctioning equipment so other staff members do not use it.
يضمن التمريض سلامة الأجهزة والمعدات الطبية بواسطة
1- التعلم على مهارة استعمال الاجهزة الطبية كذلك في حالة انقطاع التيار الكهربائي
2- معرفة التبليغ عن الجهاز الذي تعطل
3- عمل ملصقات على الأجهزة التي تعطلت حتى لايستخدمها التمريض الاخرين
Nurses orientation of medical equipment use, trouble shooting and report of male-functioning
المعيار الإحدى والأربعون
There is a nursing policy that defines the nursing documentation content and standards in the clinical record and includes;
NR.41.1 Legible handwriting.
NR.41.2 Signature of the nurse, date, and time for each entry.
NR.41.3 The patient’s response to any treatment.
NR.41.4 How to make corrections in the medical record.
NR.41.5 Not using white out to make any corrections in the medical record.
NR.41.6 One language used in the Medical Record that is understood by all staff (English or Arabic
There is a comprehensive nursing documentation policy (legible handwriting, signature, date, time, response to treatment, corrections, no use of white out, one approved language for documentation
Implementation of nursing documentation
المعيار الثاني والأربعون
There is a comprehensive written nursing assessment completed within established time frame defined by policy of the admission and includes the following:
NR.42.1 History of the patient’s main complaint.
NR.42.2 Patient’s drug allergies.
NR.42.3 Patient’s physical condition.
NR.42.4 Patient’s psychosocial status.
NR.42.5 Patient’s pain assessment.
NR.42.6 Patient’s nutritional Status.
NR.42.7 Discharge planning.Recommendation
Written policy and procedures on nursing assessment of admitted patients (patient history, drug allergies, patient condition, psychosocial status, pain assessment, nutritional status, discharge planning
Comprehensive written nursing assessment
المعيار الثالث والأربعون
All patients are reassessed at appropriate intervals to determine their response to treatment and to plan for continued treatment and discharge.
NR.43.1 There is nursing reassessment and documentation as defined by policyRecommendation
Nursing reassessment at appropriate interval is well defined in the written policies
Implementation of nursing reassessment
المعيار الرابع والأربعون
There is a nursing care plan for each patient who stays in the hospital more than twenty-four (24) hours and includes:
NR.44.1 The policy & procedure that guides patient care plan.
NR.44.2 The written plan of care which includes input from physicians, other health care disciplines and nursing assessment.
NR.44.3 Review of the patient care plan every shift and when any significant changes in the patient’s condition occurs.
NR.44.4 Review of the patient care plan when new treatments are added or discontinued.
NR.44.5 Documenting all findings
The policy & procedure that guides patient care plan.
Implementation of written plan of care (the care plan is interdisciplinary and is reviewed each shift or when significant changes occur).
المعيار الخامس والأربعون
Nurses use a preoperative checklist to assess if the patient is ready for surgery that includes but is not limited to checking:
NR.45.1 Proper identification of the patient name and number (patient is asked to state his/her name and operation to be done for him).
NR.45.2 Consent form for completion.
NR.45.3 The operation procedure and the surgeon’s name.
NR.45.4 The site of surgery and its preparation and whether it is marked or not.
NR.45.5 The X-ray jacket to see if it accompanies the patient.
NR.45.6 The lab results and pregnancy tests results to see if they are in the medical record.
NR.45.7 The pre-anesthesia sheet for completion.
NR.45.8 The history and physical examination for documentation in the medical record.
NR.45.9 The blood to see if blood is reserved in the blood bank
Adherence to preoperative preparation (preoperative checklist contains evidence of proper ID process for the patients, type of operation/surgeons name, site or surgery and marking, x-ray jacket for accompanying the patient to surgery, lab results, pre anesthesia sheet. History and physical, blood requirements
Implementation of preoperative preparation policy
المعيار السادس والأربعون
The administration and monitoring of medications are guided by policies and procedures.
NR.46.1 There is a written and approved policy & procedure that addresses medication administrationRecommendation
Availability of current policy on medication administration
Implementation of medication administration policies
المعيار السابع والأربعون
When administering medications nurses reduce risk of medication errors:
NR.47.1 Patients are identified before medication administration using patient ID band (name and medical record number).
NR.47.2 Nurses double-check with each other for any dosage calculations of high-risk medications and both nurses’ sign.
NR.47.3 Nurses use the (7) “R”s rule when administering medications: right patient, right medication, right dosage, right route, right time, right frequency, and right documentationRecommendation
Implementation of medication administration policies emphasizing the 7 rules of medication administration
Implementation of high-risk medications guidelines
المعيار الثامن والأربعون
The Nursing department ensures that basic safety precautions are followed for medications:
NR.48.1 Medication storage areas are locked at all times except when nurses are preparing medications.
NR.48.2 Medication preparation areas have good lighting, are clean and located in a closed area to avoid distraction.
NR.48.3 There is a standard medication list for stock medications
Availability of proper environment for medication storage and preparation
There is a standard medication list for floor stock medications
المعيار التاسع والأربعون
The distribution, storage, and safe use of narcotics on the nursing unit adhere to strict policies that includes the following:
NR.49.1 Controlled drugs have a specific policy delineating each staff nurse responsibility in Control (key) access, administration and documentation of these medications.NR.49.5 Documentation of used and unused (wastage) narcotics and controlled substances must adhere to MOH laws and regulations
NR.49.2 The storage cabinet is safe, secure with double locks.
NR.49.3 The keys of the narcotic cabinet are kept with the charge nurse at all times.
NR.49.4 The nurse in charge of each shift counts the narcotics and verifies the narcotic count with the incoming nurse in charge and documents.
Policy of narcotics and controlled substances management that is in line with MOH laws and regulations
Compliance with narcotics and controlled substances management policy
Availability of narcotic safe box /storage spaces, secure with double /doors locks
Nursing collaborates with pharmacy to monitor and regulate the stocking and maintenance of the crash cart. The policy and procedure includes but is not limited to:
NR.50.1 Cardio respiratory equipment /supplies have a written policy for frequency and method of checks and the checks are documented. This includes checking equipment for functioning and drug expiry dates.
NR.50.2 Every shift, nursing staff checks and documents the defibrillator battery, full oxygen tank, suction machine, pharmacy lock number, ambu bags and reservoirs, and drug calculation charts, ET tube (for neonates, pediatrics, and adults) sharp box.
NR.50.3 Routine (minimum monthly) checking and documentation of all medications and equipment in the crash
Written multidisciplinary policy and procedure of restocking of crash cart medications and equipment
Compliance with policy and procedure of checking and restocking of crash cart.
There are routine (minimum monthly) checking and documentation of all medications and equipment in the crash cart.
المعيار الإحدى والخمسون
There is a policy and procedure that addresses the telephone orders by physicians that includes but is not limited to:
NR.51.1 A verification “read back” of the entire order to the physician by the person receiving the order on the phone.
NR.51.2 All telephone orders signed by the physician within 24 hours.
NR.51.3 Verification by two nurses with signatures
Availability of multidisciplinary policy and procedure on telephone orders (read back, co-sign with 24 hours, 2 nurses verified the order
There is compliance with telephone orders
المعيار الثاني والخمسون
There is a policy and procedure that addresses the verbal order by physicians that includes but is not limited to:
NR.52.1 A verification “repeat back” of the entire order to the physician by the nurse receiving the order.NR.52.2 Signature by the physician immediately after the emergency is over and before the physician leaves the unit for the verbal orders.
Availability of written multidisciplinary policy and procedure on verbal orders (repeat back, signature by the physician immediately after the emergency is over
There is compliance with verbal orders policy
المعيار الثالث والخمسون
Policies and procedures guide the handling, use, and administration of blood and blood products.
NR.53.1 Two (2) patient identifiers (e.g. medical record number and patient’s name) used when verifying the patient’s identity.
NR.53.2 Two (2) staff members verify the patient’s identity prior to blood drawing for cross match.
NR.53.3 Two (2) nurses or (1) nurse and Two (2) staff members verify the patient’s identity prior to the administration
Availability of written multidisciplinary policy and procedure on Blood and Blood Products (handling, use, administration, 2 patient identifiers, 2 nurses verify patient identity prior to blood drawing and administration
There is proper patient identification process (two identifiers - medical record number and patients name
There is verification of patient identity by two hospital staff prior to blood drawing for cross match and prior to administration of blood
المعيار الرابع والخمسون
All nursing staff who restrain patients are trained and competent. Restraining is done in a professional manner and this includes but is not limited to the following process:
NR.54.1 Policies and procedures guide use of restraint and the care of patients in restraint.
NR.54.2 A physician order with the type of restraint and keep the length of time the restraint will be used.
NR.54.3 A documented nursing assessment/reassessment of patients during restraint usage (prior restraints and ongoing until removed).
NR.54.4 Assessment on a frequent basis (at least every hour) with circulation checks to any limb restraint and patient’s response documented in the medical records.
NR.54.5 Appropriate intervention when the patients’ circulation is being impaired.
NR.54.6 Appropriate interventions for side effects related to major tranquilizers (Haldol, Thorazine, etc.)
NR.54.7 Patient’s dignity and rights are protected that includes, covering patient when attending to patients physical needs.
NR.54.8 An alarm system is available in the room and at the nursing station for immediate help and/ or assistance.
NR.54.9 All the above are documented in the patient’s file.
Written policy and procedure on patient restraint (physician order with type of restraint/length of time restraint used, nursing assessment/reassessments, assessment with circulation checks at least every hour, interventions for side effects related to major tranquilizers, dignity and rights protected, alarm system).
There is training for nurses on patient restraint
There is nurses competency assessment on patient restraint
There is compliance with patient restraint policy
There is compliance with patient restraint policy
المعيار الخامس والخمسون
The Nursing department establishes policy & procedure to address the identification of a newborn by:
NR.55.1 Placing the ID band on IMMEDIATELY after the baby is born.
NR.55.2 Placing the identity of the baby (ID band) on a limb keeping the initial ID band that identifies the mother.
NR.55.3 Using ID bands that are waterproof
Availability of written policy and procedure on newborn identification
There is compliance with newborn identification policy
المعيار السادس والخمسون
The staff nurse discharges the baby to the parents after verifying the following that includes but is not limited to:
NR.56.1 Matching baby's name bracelet with mother's name bracelet and the Medical Record.
NR.56.2 Reviewing education provided to mother about the baby's care.
NR.56.3 Documenting in the medical record the signature of the qualified nurse on the Discharge Note form.
NR.56.4 Keeping the patient covered when attending to his/her physical needs.
Implementation of new born verification process at discharge (bracelet matching, mother education on baby care
Keeping the patient covered when attending to his/her physical needs
المعيار السابع والخمسون
Policies are established that guide the transfer of patients within the facility.
NR.57.1 The nurses can state the current attendant’s name and the name of who will be the new attendant’s name of the new service.
NR.57.2 Nurses clarify any physician’s order that is not clear during the transfer process.
NR.57.3 The transferring nurse provides a complete report on the patient’s current status to the receiving nurse.
NR.57.4 Transfer information is documented in the medical record and other areas as appropriate
Availability of written multidisciplinary policy and procedure on patient transfer within the facility
Implementation of patient transfer policy within the facility
المعيار الثامن والخمسون
Patients and, as appropriate, their families are given understandable follow-up instructions at referral or discharge as approved by the hospital authority. (e.g. Patient Education Committee/group)
NR.58.1 Providing information to the patient regarding his/her medication.
NR.58.2 Providing information to the patient about the safe use of medical equipment.
NR.58.3 Providing information to the patients about self-care methods for activities of daily living.
NR.58.4 Documenting in the medical record
There is patient and family education( at discharge and referral
المعيار التاسع والخمسونThere is patient and family education( at discharge and referral
All nursing staff is sensitized to the needs of patient at the end of life.
NR.59.1 Assess and document the response to the psychological, emotional, spiritual and cultural concerns of the patient and family
All nursing staff is competent and knowledgeable about pain management.
NR.60.1 There is education about pain management documented in staff files.NR.60.3 The patient and family are educated about pain, other symptoms and managing Pain and documented in the medical record.
NR.60.2 There is written criteria identifying the assessment and reassessment of pain intensity and quality such as pain character, frequency, location and duration.
There is nursing training on pain management
There is nursing competency on pain management
Availability of written criteria for assessment and reassessment of pain intensity, pain character, frequency, location and duration also, patient education
Documentation of pain management
المعيار الإحدى والستون
All nursing staff attends the hospital orientation.
NR.61.1 There is documentation in the nurses’ personnel file for hospital orientationRecommendation
Nursing staff attendance at hospital orientation.
المعيار الثاني والستون
There is a planned documented orientation program for every nursing staff member. All new hires must attend nursing orientation that includes but is not limited to:
NR.62.1 The overview of the Hospital systems, policies and procedures.
NR.62.2 The Nursing Quality plan and the Hospital Quality Management plan.
NR.62.3 Individual explanations of the job descriptions.
NR.62.4 CPR training according to Saudi Heart Association Standards.
NR.62.5 Infection control policies and procedures such as hand washing, standard precautions, cleaning blood and body fluid spills.
NR.62.6 Fire training and fire plan
There is a comprehensive nursing orientation for all new hires (hospital system overview, nursing and hospital quality plan, job description, CPR training, infection control policies and procedures, fire plan and fire training
المعيار الثالث والستون
All nursing staff attends unit specific orientation period.
NR.63.1 There is assessment and documentation of competencies for assigning unit in their files.Recommendation
There is a unit specific orientation program for all new hires
Nursing competency assessment is documented in the personnel file
المعيار الرابع والستون
There is a nursing education program that includes but is not limited to:
NR.64.1 Skill training on equipment.NR.64.13 Unit specific.
NR.64.2 Selected Infection Control policies.
NR.64.3 Re-certification of BCLS every Two (2) years.
NR.64.4 The expected knowledge, skills and attitudes required of nurses to perform their role in the various settings (i.e., competencies).
NR.64.5 Quality Improvement (QI) training and involvement with QI projects.
NR.64.6 Fire and evacuation plan.
NR.64.7 Disaster plan.
NR.64.8 Safety plan (staff & patient).
NR.64.9 Blood transfusion and handling blood products.
NR.64.10 Hazardous Material.
NR.64.11 Use of restraints.
NR.64.12 Lifting and transferring patient.
Comprehensive Nursing education program (include training on equipment, infection control, BCLS every 2 years, competencies in settings assigned, quality improvement, fire safety, disaster, blood, hazardous materials, restraints, lifting and transferring patients, and unit specific requirements).
المعيار الخامس والستون
The Nursing department has policies and procedures and a competency assessment program (e.g. written test, return demonstration, etc.) on an ongoing basis (every two (2) years) and/or as needed according to staff needs to ensure that nursing skills and kn
NR.65.1 Monitoring patient vital signs and knowledge of deviations.NR.65.10 Urinary catheters.
NR.65.2 Assessment/reassessment of patients according to scope of service (e.g. intensive care, labor and delivery, etc).
NR.65.3 Medication administration.
NR.65.4 IV therapy (insertion, maintenance, discontinuing).
NR.65.5 Infection Control guidelines.
NR.65.6 Patient falls (assessment of risk and methods to prevent falls).
NR.65.7 Use of pulse Oximetry.
NR.65.8 Nurses role in cardiac/respiratory arrest.
NR.65.9 Nasogastric (N/G) tubes and gastrostomy tubes (GT) and feedings.
NR.65.11 Sterile dressings.
NR.65.12 Skin care and the prevention and care of pressure ulcers.
NR.65.13 Nurses role in disaster, fire, and other emergencies.
NR.65.14 Use of restraints.
NR.65.15 Operation of blood sugar testing equipment.
NR.65.16 How to safely clean up chemical spills.
NR.65.17 Blood and blood product (Phlebotomy and Blood Administration
Comprehensive written policy and procedures on Nursing competencies (assessment & reassessment, medications, IV therapy, infection control, fall, oximetry, placement of tubes and catheters, sterile dressing, skin care, blood sugar testing, chemical spills, blood and blood products).
There is nursing competency assessment (written test, return demonstration
المعيار السادس والستون
Staff members are trained and knowledgeable about their roles in the organization’s plan for fire safety, security, hazardous material & emergencies:NR.66.1 There is instruction on what to do in the event of fire: RACE (rescue, alarm, contain, evacuate).
NR.66.2 There is instruction on how to pull the alarm and call the number to report a fire.
NR.66.3 There is instruction on how the O2 Gas valve is shut off.
NR.66.4 There is instruction on how to operate and maintain medical equipment.
NR.66.5 There is documentation reflecting mock training events
There is training of nursing staff about safety, security and medical equipment operation and maintenance
There is awareness of nursing staff about safety, security and medical equipment operation and maintenance
المعيار السابع والستون
Staff members are trained and knowledgeable about their roles in the organization’s plan for major disaster.
NR.67.1 There is documentation reflecting mock eventRecommendation
There is training of nursing staff on their role during disasters (mock event)
There is awareness of nursing staff on their role during mock event
المعيار الثامن والستون
All nursing staff receive annual education on occupational hazards (e.g. needle stick, back injury, infection, prevention and control and etc…) to help reduce worker injury.
NR.68.1 There is documentation of training occupational hazards in staff files.
NR.68.2 There is documentation of all employee injuries with preventative actions taken for future risk reduction
There is annual nursing education on occupational hazards.
There is documentation of all employee injuries with preventative actions taken for future risk reduction
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|د. العبدالكريم: 90% من العاملين الرجال بمهنة التمريض بمدينة الرياض من السعوديين||رينكو||منتدى وزارة الصحة||3||05-21-2012 01:03 PM|
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