Role Of Clinical Nurse Specialists Essays and Term Papers

  • The Clinical Nurse Specialist

    became definitively established in the USA in the 1970’s through advances in educational preparation and clinical practice roles for both the CNS and NP (Harmic et al.). The present-day CNS role is also established in Australia, Taiwan, China, Japan, New Zealand and the United Kingdom (Chen, 2009; Hamric...

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  • Nursing Expertise

    of developing new roles for the health care professionals, Nursing as a key component of the primary health care is nonetheless involved. (Hinchliff et al 2003 p15, 19) In recent years, new and innovative nursing roles have been introduced across a range of specialism. Such roles have been developed...

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  • Hyoertension

    the management of hypertension present challenges to the health-care community. The purpose of this paper is to examine the various roles of the clinical nurse specialist (CNS) in the primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention of hypertension in the low-income adult population. Additionally, this paper...

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  • Journal of Advanced Nursing

    JAN ORIGINAL RESEARCH JOURNAL OF ADVANCED NURSING The role of advanced practice nurses in knowledge brokering as a means of promoting evidence-based practice among clinical nurses Kate Gerrish, Ann McDonnell, Mike Nolan, Louise Guillaume, Marilyn Kirshbaum & Angela Tod Accepted for publication...

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  • Specialist Nurses in Gastroenterology

    Specialist nurses in gastroenterology Christine Norton PhD RGN Michael A Kamm MD FRCP J R Soc Med 2002;95:331–335 A new species is emerging as a powerful force in the healthcare environment. This phenomenon is particularly evident in gastroenterology, although the same changes are occurring in...

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  • cn's and np's

    Are there any differences between CNS’s and  NP’s with respect to inter-professional collaboration with MD? Nurse practitioners are registered nurses who have an advanced education (Master’s Degree at minimum) and the ability to provide a wide range of health services, similar to those of physicians...

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  • Nurse Informatics Specialist

    increases the ability of physicians, nurses, clinical technicians, and others to readily access and use the right information about their patients to Improve care. Studies have shown that better technologies leads to better care. Nursing Information Specialist is a nurse who integrates nursing science, computer...

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  • Profesional Development

    health concerns that face the United States (IOM, 2011, p. ix). The IOM believes that nurses are uniquely positioned to address many of the complexes healthcare issues. IOM states “We believe nurses have key roles to play as team members and leaders for a reformed and better-integrated, patient-centered...

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  • Palliative Care

    Within this assignment the writer aims to identify and explore in depth the role development of the specialist palliative care nurses in the community setting, and in particular how their role has evolved over the last 5 years. The writer aims for the first part of the assignment to provide the reader...

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  • Air Ride Suspension

    of services − Cancer Networks − MDTs Raising Awareness Clinical management − Diagnosis − Treatment − Supportive & Palliative Care − Clinical Nurse Specialists Underpinning programmes − Communication, information and support − Research & clinical trials − Audit & patient surveys Conclusion Summary of...

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  • A Critical Analysis of Advanced Professional Practice Roles in Changing Health Services

    A Critical Analysis of Advanced Professional Practice Roles In Changing Health Services There has been a growing concern that health sector needs a huge attention today, not only from government, citizen, but also from many discipline of health care practices. In the recent year, in the...

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  • Advanced Nurse Practitioner Role Development

    A G E M E N T A N D P O L I C Y Advanced practice nursing roles: development, implementation and evaluation Denise Bryant-Lukosius PhD RN CON(C) Assistant Professor, School of Nursing, McMaster University; Clinical Nurse Specialist, Juravinski Cancer Centre, Hamilton, Ontario; and Canadian Health...

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  • Healthcare Technology: a Summary Report

    Technology Interview-A Summary Report Linda McKenna Benedictine University Healthcare Technology Interview-A Summary Report In 1992, the American Nurses Association’s (ANA) Congress of Nursing Practice supported the recommendation of the Council on Computer Applications in Nursing to officially recognize...

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  • Nurse Practioner

    The Board of Registered Nursing defines the nurse practitioners as “registered nurses who are prepared by advanced education to provide primary care including medical procedures that may be required for a specialty area “(BRN, 2012). Additionally, nurse practitioners must ”possess additional preparation...

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  • Ethical Issues

    Metzger May 13, 2013 In the health care setting there are many professions that are important in this field. Just a few to name; medical records, nurses, medical technologist, medical assistant, emergency technician and many more. All of these professions are faced with legal and ethical issues at some...

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  • Leadership

    focus of the participative leader”. (McBride & Snyder, 2011, p. 269). There are several attributes of leadership that are needed for graduate level nurses. Some of these attributes are to demonstrate confidence, have courage, communicate clearly, listen, have strong personal commitment, pay attention...

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  • chaper

    preacher, and women’s rights advocate, was a nurse for over 4 years during the Civil War and worked as a nurse and counselor for the Freedmen’s Relief Association after the war. Figure 1.4 Dorothea Dix (1802–1887) was the Union’s Superintendent of Female Nurses during the Civil War. Figure 1.5 A, Section...

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  • Rrtrt

    Critical care nurses function in a hierarchy of roles. In this open heart surgery unit, the nurse manager hires and fires the nursing personnel. The nurse manager does not directly care for patients but follows the progress of unusual or long-term patients. On each shift a nurse assumes the role of resource...

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  • critique

    International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health ISSN 1660-4601 www.mdpi.com/journal/ijerph Review Specialist Community Nurses: A Critical Analysis of Their Role in the Management of Long-Term Conditions Gretl A. McHugh *, Maria Horne, Karen I. Chalmers and Karen A. Luker School...

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  • Diabetes

    The purpose of this essay is to discuss the role of the specialist diabetic nurse as a health educator. For the purpose of this paper the author will focus on the aspect of nutrition. This essay will outline the reasons and causes why diabetes is on the increase worldwide with high levels of morbidity...

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