Medical Surgical floor and an Oncology floor have different management skills depending on the staff that care for these patients on a daily basis. Each floor has their own way of conducting the best possible care to the patients and the outcome is the same for each department. Making sure the patients and family have the best possible experience while in the hospital. This all begins at the lowest level employee that is employed on that particular floor.
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You have the same type of personnel with patient care technicians, your nurses, doctors, and other essential personnel that makes the stay and care for the patient and the families a positive outcome. Management styles differ from person to person and provider to provider, but the care needs to be the same all the way around. On the medical surgical floor you take control and care for many different diseases and in their different stages of that disease. As a nurse, you need to be sharp and fundamentally sound when it comes to the care your patients because if you make that one mistake whether it be medication error to not conducting proper hand hygiene can set about a cataclysmic downward spiral that can cause serious illness and even death to your patient. Having good management skills will help the nurse in valuable ways. In dealing with patients on any floor you first need to have invaluable time management skills. You may be dealing with a few patients to possibly as much as 7-10 depending on the size of the staff. With this many patients time management skills become vital in making sure that all care is completed to each patient at the time they are required to receive it. If failure to...