Role Development for the Nurse Practitioner
Julie G. Stewart, Susan M. DeNisco
Jones & Bartlett Learning, LLC, Sep 1, 2013 - Medical - 380 pages
Role Development For The Nurse Practitioner Is An Integral Text That Guides Students In Their Transition From The Role Of Registered Nurse To Nurse Practitioner. The Text Provides A Comprehensive Framework For Interactive Discussions On The Role Of The Nurse Practitioner, Giving Students A Full Understanding Of The Skills And Knowledge Needed For This Dynamic Profession. The Authors Cover The History Of The Nurse Practitioner Role While Weaving In The AACN Master'S Essentials And Doctor Of Nursing Practice Essentials. Through In-Depth Coverage Of The Concepts And Skills Critical To The Nurse Practitioner, The Authors Provide A Strong Foundation For The Role, Exploring Topics Such As Nurse Practitionering As A Unique Practice Theory, Concepts Of Clinical Evaluation, Presenting A Patient Case To The Preceptor, Caring For Vulnerable Populations, Professionalism, And Current Health Policy Issues. Chapter Topics Include: * Cultural Competence * Vulnerable And Special Populations * Population Health * Family Focus * Clinical Education * Billing And Reimbursement Related To The Nurse Practitioner * Professional Employment
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