Exchange of information between healthcare professionals involved in the care of patients is essential for providing effective care. Use of the Situation-BackgroundAssessment-Recommendation (SBAR) methodology is increasingly indicated in the health sector to facilitate communication during handovers of patients between clinicians or clinical teams. The present review of the literature aims to determine the effectiveness of the SBAR methodology in the handover of nursing documentation.

[Effectiveness of the Situation-Background-Assessment-Recommendation (SBAR) methodology in patient handovers between nurses, Italy]

Rea, Teresa;Simeone, Silvio;Serio, Carmela;Gargiulo, Gianpaolo;Guillari, Assunta
2018

Abstract

Exchange of information between healthcare professionals involved in the care of patients is essential for providing effective care. Use of the Situation-BackgroundAssessment-Recommendation (SBAR) methodology is increasingly indicated in the health sector to facilitate communication during handovers of patients between clinicians or clinical teams. The present review of the literature aims to determine the effectiveness of the SBAR methodology in the handover of nursing documentation.
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