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Acute and Critical Care Clinical Nurse Specialists: Synergy for Best Practices
Divided into 3 main sections, the framework of the book is based on the Scope and Standards of Practice for the Clinical Nurse Specialist in Acute and Critical Care and the AACN's synergy model. This book delivers up-to-date information for today's health care along with practical tools for the CNS in acute and critical care settings. Table of Contents:Foreword PrefacePart I The CNS in Acute and Critical Care Chapter 1: Evolution of the CNS in Acute and Critical Care Mary G. McKinleyChapter 2: From Novice to Expert: CNS CompetenciesDeborah G. KleinChapter 3: Synergy Model: Guiding the Practice of the CNS in Acute and Critical CareRoberta KaplowChapter 4: Spheres of Influence: Defining the Impact of the CNSKathleen Vollman and Brenda Lyons
Part II Dimensions of Practice for the CNS in Acute and Critical Care: Synergy in Motion Chapter 5: Clinical JudgmentMarla J. De JongChapter 6: Clinical Inquiry Christine SchulmanChapter 7: Facilitator of Learning Karen K. CarlsonChapter 8: CollaborationJan FosterChapter 9: Systems Thinking Mary Fran Tracy and Ruth LindquistChapter 10: Advocacy/moral agency Linda J. Bell and Ramon LavandaroChapter 11: Caring Practices Elizabeth M. NolanChapter 12: Response to Diversity John F. Dixon, Jr.Part III Professional Development of the CNS in Acute and Critical Care Chapter 13: Professional Growth Mary Lou SoleChapter 14: Expanded Opportunities: The CNS as EntreprenueurMarcia Bixby and Karen GiulianoChapter 15: Issues and Future Trends Karla A. Knight, Connie Barden, and Gladys M. CampbellAppendix Scope of Practice and Standards of Professional Performance for the Acute and Critical Care Clinical Nurse SpecialistCCNS examination blueprint
Product Code: 128103
Authors: M. McKinley
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