Advanced Practice Nursing: Core Concepts for Professional by Dr. Mary Zwygart-Stauffacher PhD RN GNP/GC, Michaelene P.

By Dr. Mary Zwygart-Stauffacher PhD RN GNP/GC, Michaelene P. Mirr Jansen RN PhD APRN BC

Detailed a Doody's middle name! This completely up to date variation presents finished content material to arrange scholars for all complex perform roles. It contains content material wanted for graduate classes at the position of the complicated perform nurse and transition to expert perform. It additionally encompasses the fundamental info at the multifaceted function of the complicated perform nurse, putting the scientific content material in the truth of the perform area. The textual content should be utilized by all graduate scholars enrolled in center classes at the position of the complicated perform nurse and transition to expert perform. It encompasses the 4 significant complicated perform roles: nurse practitioner, scientific nurse professional, nurse midwife, and nurse anesthetists. The textual content displays advantage pointed out by way of the main agencies for complex perform nursing, together with the nationwide association of Nurse Practitioner schools, nationwide organization of scientific Nurse experts, American organization of Nurse Anesthetists, American collage of Nurse Midwives, and American organization of faculties of Nursing.

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