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RCNi’s new digital resource will support nurses in making clinical decisions

Interactive tool offers fast, point-of-care access to latest guidance and best-practice information
A nurse with a tablet handset talking to a patient

Interactive tool offers fast, point-of-care access to latest guidance and best-practice information

Delivering efficient and high-quality care is a challenge for many organisations and their senior nurses, especially when resources are stretched and staff are under pressure.

Whatever the circumstances in which care is delivered, extra support in clinical decision-making is welcome. And now a new tool that can help focus clinical thinking when nurses are assessing and treating patients is available.

RCNi Decision Support is an interactive, point-of-care resource that offers nurses fast and easy access to current guidance and best-practice information.

It covers more than 100 peer-reviewed topics selected according to what is most effective at improving patient safety and care standards.

Richard Hackett Picture: David Gee

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Senior nurse editor Richard Hatchett explains that each topic included in the tool

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