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5 edition of The acute care nurse in transition. found in the catalog.

The acute care nurse in transition.

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Published by American Nurses Association in Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Intensive care nursing -- Forecasting.,
  • Nurses -- Employment.,
  • Nursing services -- Personnel management.,
  • Occupational mobility.,
  • Nursing Staff, Hospital.,
  • Nursing Services -- trends.,
  • Acute Disease -- nursing.,
  • Clinical Competence.

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsAmerican Nurses" Association., Research in Marketing, Inc.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRT120.I5 A336 1996
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 67 p. ;
    Number of Pages67
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL982362M
    ISBN 101558101276
    LC Control Number96020009
    OCLC/WorldCa34782631

    Dana Hickman, MSN, FNP-C is the Post-Acute Care Nurse Practitioner with the Northside Hospital System in Atlanta. In this role, she identifies and provides clinical oversite for complex, chronically ill patients discharged to the network of preferred post-acute care providers. Mrs.   Acute care physicians usually do not know that “under the prospective payment system (PPS), skilled nursing facilities have a financial incentive to fully understand the patient’s care needs prior to acceptance or transfer.” 14 Nursing homes do a cost analysis before accepting patients taking expensive medications such as intravenous (IV.

      New nurses in particular lack the specialized knowledge required for chronic care and gerontological care and are often unprepared to transition into post-acute settings. The authors created a practical guide based on their experiences for other nurse educators. Read an excerpt from the book or find out more and purchase it on the STTI website. Exciting opportunity in, for Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration as a Registered Nurse - Transition to Practice Program.

    13 hours ago  Registered Nurse (RN) - Care Coordinator/Case Manager/Care Transitiona at UT Southwestern Medical Center - $2, sign-on bonus after (1) one year. UT Southwestern Medical Center University. The American Academy of Ambulatory Care Nursing has developed a Care Coordination and Transition Management (CCTM) Core Curriculum, for both acute-care and ambulatory-care nurses. The academy, with the Medical-Surgical Nurses Certification Board, also offers a certification exam in Care Coordination and Transition Management.


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Practice Considerations for Adult - Gerontology Acute Care NPs This text is a great supplement to our live and home study AGACNP courses and a great tool as you transition into your practice. It focuses on the most up-to-date management options for the most common conditions, whereas the AGACNP course manual is a more general overview of each.

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Students may "opt out" after the final Acute Care course and receive their MSN degree in order to be eligible to sit for their national certification exam. If students choose this option, they will have 4 years to return and complete the remaining DNP courses for the DNP Degree.

Both synchronous (live, real-time) and asynchronous (on your own, not live) formats are used. As front-line practitioners, nurses are highly attuned to the fact that patients’ needs can be very different depending on their setting of care. This insight gives nurses a unique role in making care transitions safer, a longstanding goal of AHRQ, along with our local and Federal patient safety counterparts, and one where nurses play a pivotal role.Reducing Acute Care Use improving the transition of vulnerable older adults from hospital to community.

Such transitional care should be that pre- and post-discharge follow-up by a nurse and primary care physician increased rather than decreased rehospitalizations,7 and a study of 15 randomized trials.NURS Adult Gero Acute Care NP V: Mgmt/Care of Clients in Acute, Critical Care, Med or Surg Settings Credits This is the fifth course in a series of five clinical courses for the graduate student studying to become an Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner.