A Study of the Effect of the Seven-day Time Period Covered by DD Form 728, "Doctor's Orders," as Cause of Copying by Registered Nurses: Submitted to the Program in Hospital Administration ... in Partial Fulfillment ... for the Degree Master of Hospital Administration
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90 per cent admissions per day average number average time required average time spent check mark copied due copied material copied the orders copy a single copying doctors copying of doctors Copying Required current orders Day Spent DD Form 728 Doctor's Orders length of stay line of material lines of copied lines per record material copied material per admission material per record maximum number medical ward minutes per day night shift number of admissions number of lines number of samples nurse's station nurses who copy orders copying activity orders copying process orders were copied orders written original orders patients admitted patients who stay percentage records reviewed registered nurses Related to Hypothesis required to copy seven-day limitation seven-day period covered shown in Table single line space for checking spent copying orders spent in copying spent per day study hospital surgical patients time-period limitation TOTAL MINUTES USAF Hospital Sheppard yields the average