Set the block dates in which residents rotate from one rotation to the next. By default,
the schedule displays monthly dates beginning July 1st and ending June 30th. If your
residents do not rotate on a monthly basis, you will need to set the block dates.
- If your residents have the same block dates, make sure View all staff is
ON. Residents will appear in color. If any of your residents have different
block dates, turn View all staff OFF. Residents will appear in black color.
- Place the cursor in the 1st date box above the schedule. The Infobox
will display, block #'s start and end date, # of days in rotation block, and the #
of columns in the schedule. There is also a drop-down selector for view type of block
(e.g. custom blocks, 1-week, 2-week, etc.) Leave the default view, Custom blocks
- How many rotation blocks does this staff type need? If it isn't 12, change
the # of columns to the # you need. (e.g. 28-day rotations would need 13 columns).
- The dates will reset along the top. Do these dates look correct? If not,
in the Infobox, change the dates by using the arrows along the top. The start
day of the week for each rotation block appears in blue text above the rotation
- Continue through for each date block until entire year's dates match your rotation
- If residents sometimes have a split rotation where half of the block is
spent in one rotation and the other half of the block in another rotation, you can
define a split date for each rotation block.
- Place cursor in the date box. In the Infobox, the split date appears in
lower right corner. Adjust the start day of the split by using the up and down
- If you want the split date to display in the date box above schedule, right-click
on the date box. Select Show split dates. The split date appears below the
rotation date in parenthesis.
Learn why you have blue
or red text in your block schedule.
Here we discuss dates.
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