Module 3 discussion

SBAR stands for Situation, Background, Assessment, and  Recommendation. SBAR was originally designed as a communication tool for  nurses. They soon added the idea that it could also be utilized for  reports. The following link gives an example of how to use the SBAR tool  as a reporting device.


  1. Read the How to Give a Nursing Handoff Report Using SBAR 
  •  Links to an external site. article.
  • Based on the example given, develop a report sheet that contains the categories that are important when giving a report.
  • Save the report sheet, and share it with your colleagues.
  • Please  respond to at least one (1) of your classmate’s postings and critique  their report sheet as to the utility, usefulness, and orderliness of the  sheet.