NGNA Core Curriculum for Gerontological Nursing

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Mosby, 2001 - Medical - 344 pages
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CORE CURRICULUM FOR GERONTOLOGICAL NURSING helps nurses prepare for the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) examination for the gerontologic nurse. Content is based on the format of the certification exam, and this new, revised edition closely matches the new test plan. Each topic includes learning objectives, outline discussion, study questions, answers with rationales and references. A new sample exam is located in the back of the book.

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Contents

Unit One Primary Care Considerations
2
Attitudinal Issues Myths and Stereotypes of Aging
9
Unit
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Ann Schmidt Luggen, PhD, RN, MSN, CS, BC-ARNP, CNAA, is Professor of Nursing at Northern Kentucky University. She has a doctoral degree in gerontology and oncology nursing, and a master's degree in ontology nursing, both from the Unviersity of Cincinnati. She has also completed a post-master's Geriatric Nurse Practitioner Program at Northern Kentucky University. Dr. Luggen is past President of the National Gerontological Nursing Associate, and past Editor of its national newsletter. She is currently President of the Ohio Geriatric Nurse Practitioner Association, and serves on several boards, such as Cincinnati's Nurse Executives, and on the Greater Cincinnati Gerontological Nursing Association.

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