You are an FY2 doctor on a busy medical ward cover weekend shift. You are in the middle of reviewing Mr Andrews who has just had a first seizure, when a nurse bleeps you to urgently write a discharge summary for a patient on another ward. Mr Andrews is now stable but has a complex medical history and further investigations are needed. The nurse asks whether you can write the discharge summary urgently as there is a bed shortage. She is unable to get hold of the FY1 doctor on-call on his bleep. Do you:
Rank the following actions in order from the most appropriate (1) to the least appropriate (5) in this situation.