Every once in a while I post a report written by an IEN for CELBAN Writing during the CELBANPrep Writing one-on-one coaching (sold separately). Today I am posting this sample to show you that it is possible to write a complete, detailed and organized report in 20 minutes. This one was posted with only one small error. Here is my comment:
Wow, R! … Perfect! How was the timing? She replied:
Horaaaaaaaaay, I did it in 20 minutes… I hope that I can do it in a real exam.
Check out the report she wrote! Notice how complete it is. Can you write a report like this, and have it this organized, in 20 minutes or less? ~Kim
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On March 22, 2012 at 3 pm, a mom shouted for help. Linda, a 5 y/o girl of bed #8, was found on the ground in her room. She was crying, and a sign of 2cm scratch was seen on her right knee; her IV line was dislodged, and a pool of blood and fluid was poured on the floor. Her mom expressed,” Linda was thirsty, I just went to bring her a glass of water; I forgot to raise the bed rails, and she fell down.” Head to toe assessment was done: she was pale, conscious and verbalized; she felt dizzy; she was crying and complaining of her knee’s pain 7 out of 10, where 1 as the least and 10 as the worst pain. Vitals were assessed: BP 80/50 mmHg, PR 110/min, RR 23/min, T 36.3 C. Dr. John was notified, his orders were carried out: a new IV line was inserted on the opposite hand; acetaminophen tab 200 mg PO stat was given, and repeated if pain> 6; brain CT Scan was taken to rule out head injury; X-Ray of her right knee was taken to rule out any fracture; her wound was cleaned and dressed. At 6 pm, she was totally conscious with no pain or dizziness. Vitals were BP 90/60 mmHg, PR 1oo/min, RR 20/min, T 36.9 C. The incident was reported to the supervisor. ………..R.RN
Re-read this incident report. Pay attention to the advanced competencies this IEN has in creating clear communications in a nursing context for CELBAN Writing Task 2. NOTE:
- skills with advanced punctuation,
- vitals signs,
- pain scale, and
- punctuation for quoting a witness.
CELBANPrep has a proven method for preparing IENs for writing organized, complete, detailed and error free reports for CELBAN Writing in 20 minutes or less. The new Grammar Essentials series, in particular Advanced Punctuation, is an additional resource that makes all the difference in turning weaknesses into strengths! (These are available in the CELBANPrep Silver Bundle.)
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