Foundations of clinical nurse specialist practice /

Now in its second edition, this highly acclaimed text remains the only cohesive, comprehensive textbook and professional reference for CNS education and practice. Supported by theory, research, and current literature, the text focuses on CNS roles and scope of practice, expanding opportunities in pr...

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Other Authors: Fulton, Janet S. (Editor), Goudreau, Kelly A. (Editor), Lyon, Brenda L. (Editor)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: New York, NY : Springer Publishing Company, [2014]
Edition:Second edition.
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505 0 |a About the Authors -- Contributors -- Foreword -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- UNIT I. THE NATURE OF CLINICAL NURSE SPECIALIST PRACTICE -- 1. Evolution of the Clinical Nurse Specialist Role and Practice in the United States -- Janet S. Fulton -- 2. Professional Attributes in the Context of Emotional Intelligence, Ethical Conduct, and Citizenship of the Clinical Nurse Specialist -- Janet M. Bingle and Sue B. Davidson -- 3. Philosophical Underpinnings of Advanced Nursing Practice: A Synthesizing Framework for Clinical Nurse Specialist Practice -- Frank D. Hicks -- 4. Nurse-Sensitive Outcomes -- Diane M. Doran, Souraya Sidani, and Tammie DiPietro -- UNIT II. DESIGNING AND EVALUATING NURSING INTERVENTIONS -- 5. Clinical Reasoning Model: A Clinical Inquiry Guide for Solving Problems in the Nursing Domain -- Brenda L. Lyon -- 6. Managing the Change/Innovation Process -- Jeannette Richardson -- 7. Evaluating Interventions -- Kelly A. Goudreau -- UNIT III. PROMOTING INNOVATION, CHANGE, AND DIFFUSION IN PRACTICE -- 8. Using Complex Adaptive Systems Theory to Guide Change -- Kathleen Chapman -- 9. Engaging Staff in Learning -- Christine M. Pacini -- 10. Shaping Practice: Evidence-Based Practice Models -- Lisa Hopp -- 11. Transformational Leadership as the Clinical Nurse Specialist's Capacity to Influence -- Brenda L. Lyon -- 12. Creating a Culture of Quality -- Nancy Benton -- 13. Patient Safety -- Patricia R. Ebright -- UNIT IV. DELIVERING CARE TO CLIENTS -- 14. Individual as Client -- Janet S. Fulton and Carol L. Baird -- 15. Family as Client -- Barbara S. O'Brien, Ginette G. Ferszt, Cheryl L. Crisp, and Desiree Hensel -- 16. Community as Client: Clinical Nurse Specialist Role -- Naomi E. Ervin -- 17. Population-Based Data Analysis -- Ann L. Cupp Curley -- 18. Client-Focused Teaching and Coaching: The Clinical Nurse Specialist Role -- Kelly A. Goudreau -- UNIT V. THE BUSINESS OF CLINICAL NURSE SPECIALIST PRACTICE -- 19. Consultation in the Clinical Nurse Specialist Role -- Geraldine S. Pearson. 
505 8 |a 20. Mentoring -- Kelly A. Goudreau -- 21. Project Management: A Core Competency for Clinical Nurse Specialists -- Stacy Webster-Wharton and Kelly A. Goudreau -- 22. Program Evaluation and Clinical Nurse Specialist Practice -- Jane A. Walker -- 23. Accountable Care Organizations -- New Horizons for Clinical Nurse Specialist Practice -- Kimberly S. Hodge, Courtney Federspiel, and Janet S. Fulton -- 24. Economic and Financial Considerations for Clinical Nurse Specialists -- Mary L. Fisher, Leeann Blue, Lori D. Stark, and Jan M. Powers -- 25. Technology Management in Complex Health Care Settings -- Patricia O'Malley -- 26. Entrepreneurship and Intrapreneurship in Advanced Nursing Practice -- Maria R. Shirey -- 27. Regulatory and Professional Credentialing of Clinical Nurse Specialists -- Brenda L. Lyon -- 28. Student Clinical Experiences: Responsibilities of Student, Preceptor, and Faculty -- Florence Myrick and Diane Billay -- UNIT VI. CLINICAL NURSE SPECIALIST ROLE IN A VARIETY OF SETTINGS -- 29. Hospital-Based Clinical Nurse Specialist Practice -- Ginger S. Pierson -- 30. Clinical Nurse Specialist in Collaborative Private Practice -- Jeffrey S. Jones -- 31. Clinical Nurse Specialist Entrepreneurship: A Journey From Idea to Invention, Leading to Consulting/Education Business -- Kathleen M. Vollman -- 32. The Clinical Nurse Specialist in Industry/Business -- Jane L. Bromund, Mary A. Short, and Kathleen C. Solotkin -- UNIT VII. EXEMPLARS OF CLINICAL NURSE SPECIALIST PRACTICE IN A VARIETY OF SPECIALTY AREAS -- 33. Providing Pediatric Palliative Care in a Regional Children's Medical Center -- Patricia O'Malley -- 34. Implementing a Comprehensive Bariatric Care Protocol -- Kathleen D. Wright -- 35. Reducing Central Line / Associated Bloodstream Infections Through a CNS-Led Systemwide Approach -- Mary Pat Johnston -- 36. Improving Clinical Care for a Specialty Surgical Oncology Population -- Colleen O'Leary and Taletha M. Askew -- 37. Facilitating a Programmatic Approach to Children With Special Health Care Needs -- Jo Ellen Rust. 
505 8 |a 38. The Clinical Nurse Specialist in Primary Care -- Jeannette Richardson -- 39. Growing a Clinical Nurse Specialist Practice in a Rehabilitation Setting -- Kathleen L. Dunn -- 40. Exploring Clinical Nurse Specialist Practice in the Emergency Department -- Garrett K. Chan -- 41. Establishing a Private Practice for Diabetes Self-Management -- Patricia S. Moore -- 42. Rapid Response Exemplar: Maturation and Refinement of a Rapid Response Program -- Tracey Loudon and Victoria Church -- Appendix: Specialty Practice Organizations in Nursing -- Michelle L. Treon and Diana Jones. 
520 |a Now in its second edition, this highly acclaimed text remains the only cohesive, comprehensive textbook and professional reference for CNS education and practice. Supported by theory, research, and current literature, the text focuses on CNS roles and scope of practice, expanding opportunities in primary and home care settings, and on outcomes of CNS practice across the care continuum. This second edition reflects two emerging trends affecting CNS practice: an increased focus on transitional care (continuity across the care setting continuum) and new Centers for Medicare Services reimbursement. 
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