6 edition of Core Skills for Nurse Practitioners found in the catalog.
December 1, 2002
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||224|
It takes a special kind of person to be a nurse—a balanced mix of intellectual and people-person. And it’s often said that nurses are born, not made. We’ve listed the top nursing skills you’ll need to go from good to great. The Top 7 List of Nursing Skills. 1. Cultural Awareness. This is essential to giving complete, patient-centered care. This is a comprehensive skills manual is designed for students and qualified Nurse Practitioners in health care who are learning to talk to patients, examine them, and to understand and assess their problems. It deals with the health history, common and important symptoms, and the .
Nurse Practitioners Have a Multitude of Skills and Attributes. Soft skills, hard skills, problem-solving skills, communication skills and all-around people skills are just a few of their beneficial baseline qualities of a nurse practitioner. It isn’t enough to be a top-of-your class graduate to be a great nurse practitioner. The competencies of CPNP-PCs are built upon nurse practitioner core and pediatric population competencies and are demonstrated through clinical practice, teaching, consultation, advocacy, and professional leadership activities. For an in-depth overview, see page 55 of Population-Focused Nurse Practitioner Competencies (PDF) published by NONPF.
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The book also considers the legal and ethical implications of advanced practice and examines clinical supervision, psychological support and portfolio development. About the Author Diane Palmer is the editor of Core Skills for Nurse Practitioners: A Handbook for Nurse Practitioners, published by : Paperback.
Editorial Reviews. Reviewer: Janet S. Selway, DNSc (c), CRNP (Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing) Description: This book is a collection of chapters by different authors on various professional issue topics pertinent to the developing role of the advanced practice nurse in the United Kingdom.
Rather than a clinical practice skills book as the title seems to suggest, this is a roles and Price: $ Get this from a library. Core skills for nurse practitioners: a handbook for nurse practitioners.
[Diane Palmer, R.N.; Surrinder Kaur;] -- In addition to clinical knowledge, every senior clinical nurse should be comfortable with the professional issues that are part of the senior nurse's role.
This handbook addresses these issues in a. Core Skills for Nurse Practitioners Edited by Diane Palmer and Surrinder Kaur. Philadelphia, Pa: Whurr Publishers, ISBN pages. The role of the advanced practice nurse continues to grow and evolve to meet the needs of the health care consumer.
AJN Book of the Year Award WinnerWritten by expert pediatric nurse practitioners this resource is a fully endorsed compendium of essential information.
Using an easy-to-use outline format it defines the parameters of the specialty by outlining the entire scope of PNP practice and covers everything in the Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (PNP) certification exams. In light of the increase in. Develop these skills and emphasize them in job applications, resumes, cover letters, and interviews.
Having a combination of these hard and soft skills will set you up to be a successful nurse or nurse practitioner, and the closer a match your credentials are to what the employer is looking for, the better your chances of getting hired.
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A nurse practitioner is a rewarding career centered on helping people stay healthy. Nurse practitioners (NPs) provide primary health care services, as well as work in specialized fields like women's health or pediatrics.
This type of nurse works in a wide range of locations from hospitals, doctors' offices, schools, or their own practice. Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Practice Guidelines – Quick-Reference Gerontology Book for Nurse Practitioners, Includes over 90 Common Conditions, ACNP Review with eBook Access Included.
by Catherine Harris PhD MBA AG-ACNP | Jul 1, out of 5 stars 6. Paperback. Recruiting for the right nurse practitioner skills can be tough. Nurse practitioners and physician assistants are important additions to healthcare facilities.
They have received medical training and often have impressive clinical skills, but it is not enough. There are additional traits that an NP or PA needs to be a valued member of your team.
All Nurse Practitioners should be able to demonstrate these core competencies at graduation. Each set of specialty competencies builds upon this set of core competencies.
Throughout the competencies, patient is defined as the individual, family, group, and/or community. Each of these is subdivided into specific objectives that every nurse practitioner must demonstrate in order to graduate NP school. Furthermore, NP schools use the core competencies to design their curricula to ensure that students gain the knowledge, skills, and abilities to practice as licensed independent practitioners.
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Student practitioners will also find the content helpful and readily useable as a reference guide. To purchase this publication and/or receive a 20% discount on all Springer publications, visit the website at Springer Publishing.
Core Curriculum for Primary Care Pediatric Nurse Practitioners. Golden presented “Improving Your Diagnostic Skills and Clinical Intuition” at the American Association of Nurse Practitioners Specialty and Leadership Conference.
We asked her to tell us more about that presentation. Please define the terms their own “diagnostic skills and clinical intuition” as it pertains to NP practice. Nurse Practitioner graduates have knowledge, skills, and abilities that are essential to independent clinical practice.
The NP Core Competencies are acquired through mentored patient care experiences with emphasis on independent and interprofessional practice; analytic skills for evaluating and. Guidelines for Nurse Practitioners in Ambulatory Obstetric Settings, 2nd ed.
ISBN: Pediatric Physical Examination: An Illustrated Handbook, 3rd Edition teaches the unique range of skills needed to assess children of all ages. Spiral-bound for quick reference in clinical settings, this photo-rich, step-by-step guide to physical.
more advanced and additional knowledge, skills, and abilities not included in these entry-level competencies. These compe-tencies are intended to supplement the core competencies for all nurse practitioners (National Organization of Nurse Prac-titioner Faculties, ), as well as population-focused nurse practitioner competencies.
Core Skills for Nurse Practitioners: A Handbook for Nurse Practitioners, Paperback by Palmer, Diane; Kaur, Surrinder, ISBNISBNBrand New, Free shipping in the US In addition to clinical knowledge every senior nurse should be comfortable with the professional issues that are part of the senior nurse' s role.
As the nurse practitioner role is relatively new in both countries, there is no consistency in role expectation and hence mutual recognition has not yet been applied to nurse practitioners.
A study jointly commissioned by both countries' Regulatory Boards developed information on the core role of the nurse practitioner, to develop shared. This book is a bible for Nurse Practitioners, presents information in a clear way using diagrams and tables to highlight important facts and information.
Read more. 10 people found this helpful. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. See all reviews from the United s: The NPWH (Nurse Practitioners in Women’s Health) organization notes many ethical dilemmas that NPs face today, ranging from insurance coverage dilemmas to end of life care.
The Competency and Credentialing Institute (CCI), a nursing competency assessment and education institution for perioperative nursing, lists ethics high on its sample list.