How do nurses use the Early Warning Score in their practice? A Case study from an Acute Medical Unit

ConclusionThis study highlights the need for ongoing training, behavioural change and a cultural shift by health care professionals and organisations to ensure adherence with EWS escalation protocols.Relevance to Clinical PracticeImprovements in education and training into recognition, management and communication of a deteriorating patient is required. Also, a cultural shift is needed to improve compliance and adherence with EWS practice. The potential use of electronic data should be explored.This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.
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