Figure 4. RN feedback.

Figure 4RN feedback

A. By working with the Rapid Response/Rover Teams, nurses felt more comfortable and confident managing patients in crisis.

B. The PRRT and Rover Teams contributed to an environment of patient safety.

C. Nurses who utilized the PRRT/Rover system felt comfortable with the system and would activate the PRRT or Rover team again.

D. Nurses would recommend the use of the PRRT/Rover Team to a colleague and have encouraged or assisted others to activate the PRRT.

From: Beyond Rapid Response Teams: Instituting a “Rover Team” Improves the Management of At-Risk Patients, Facilitates Proactive Interventions, and Improves Outcomes

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Advances in Patient Safety: New Directions and Alternative Approaches (Vol. 3: Performance and Tools).
Henriksen K, Battles JB, Keyes MA, et al., editors.

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