Foundations of Clinical Nurse Specialist Practice

Editor/Author Fulton, Janet, Lyon, Brenda and Goudreau, Kelly
Publication Year: 2014
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

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ISBN: 978-0-82-612966-6
Category: Health & Medicine - Nursing
Image Count: 76
Book Status: Available
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Now in its second edition, this highly acclaimed text remains the only cohesive, comprehensive textbook and professional reference for CNS education and practice.

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Table of Contents

  • About the Authors
  • Contributors
  • Foreword
  • Preface
  • Acknowledgments
  • UNIT I. THE NATURE OF CLINICAL NURSE SPECIALIST PRACTICE
  • 1. Evolution of the Clinical Nurse Specialist Role and Practice in the United States - Janet S. Fulton
  • 2. Professional Attributes in the Context of Emotional Intelligence, Ethical Conduct, and Citizenship of the Clinical Nurse Specialist - Janet M. Bingle and Sue B. Davidson
  • 3. Philosophical Underpinnings of Advanced Nursing Practice: A Synthesizing Framework for Clinical Nurse Specialist Practice - Frank D. Hicks
  • 4. Nurse-Sensitive Outcomes - Diane M. Doran, Souraya Sidani, and Tammie DiPietro
  • UNIT II. DESIGNING AND EVALUATING NURSING INTERVENTIONS
  • 5. Clinical Reasoning Model: A Clinical Inquiry Guide for Solving Problems in the Nursing Domain - Brenda L. Lyon
  • 6. Managing the Change/Innovation Process - Jeannette Richardson
  • 7. Evaluating Interventions - Kelly A. Goudreau
  • UNIT III. PROMOTING INNOVATION, CHANGE, AND DIFFUSION IN PRACTICE
  • 8. Using Complex Adaptive Systems Theory to Guide Change - Kathleen Chapman
  • 9. Engaging Staff in Learning - Christine M. Pacini
  • 10. Shaping Practice: Evidence-Based Practice Models - Lisa Hopp
  • 11. Transformational Leadership as the Clinical Nurse Specialist's Capacity to Influence - Brenda L. Lyon
  • 12. Creating a Culture of Quality - Nancy Benton
  • 13. Patient Safety - Patricia R. Ebright
  • UNIT IV. DELIVERING CARE TO CLIENTS
  • 14. Individual as Client - Janet S. Fulton and Carol L. Baird
  • 15. Family as Client - Barbara S. O'Brien, Ginette G. Ferszt, Cheryl L. Crisp, and Desiree Hensel
  • 16. Community as Client: Clinical Nurse Specialist Role - Naomi E. Ervin
  • 17. Population-Based Data Analysis - Ann L. Cupp Curley
  • 18. Client-Focused Teaching and Coaching: The Clinical Nurse Specialist Role - Kelly A. Goudreau
  • UNIT V. THE BUSINESS OF CLINICAL NURSE SPECIALIST PRACTICE
  • 19. Consultation in the Clinical Nurse Specialist Role - Geraldine S. Pearson
  • 20. Mentoring - Kelly A. Goudreau
  • 21. Project Management: A Core Competency for Clinical Nurse Specialists - Stacy Webster-Wharton and Kelly A. Goudreau
  • 22. Program Evaluation and Clinical Nurse Specialist Practice - Jane A. Walker
  • 23. Accountable Care Organizations—New Horizons for Clinical Nurse Specialist Practice - Kimberly S. Hodge, Courtney Federspiel, and Janet S. Fulton
  • 24. Economic and Financial Considerations for Clinical Nurse Specialists - Mary L. Fisher, Leeann Blue, Lori D. Stark, and Jan M. Powers
  • 25. Technology Management in Complex Health Care Settings - Patricia O'Malley
  • 26. Entrepreneurship and Intrapreneurship in Advanced Nursing Practice - Maria R. Shirey
  • 27. Regulatory and Professional Credentialing of Clinical Nurse Specialists - Brenda L. Lyon
  • 28. Student Clinical Experiences: Responsibilities of Student, Preceptor, and Faculty - Florence Myrick and Diane Billay
  • UNIT VI. CLINICAL NURSE SPECIALIST ROLE IN A VARIETY OF SETTINGS
  • 29. Hospital-Based Clinical Nurse Specialist Practice - Ginger S. Pierson
  • 30. Clinical Nurse Specialist in Collaborative Private Practice - Jeffrey S. Jones
  • 31. Clinical Nurse Specialist Entrepreneurship: A Journey From Idea to Invention, Leading to Consulting/Education Business - Kathleen M. Vollman
  • 32. The Clinical Nurse Specialist in Industry/Business - Jane L. Bromund, Mary A. Short, and Kathleen C. Solotkin
  • UNIT VII. EXEMPLARS OF CLINICAL NURSE SPECIALIST PRACTICE IN A VARIETY OF SPECIALTY AREAS
  • 33. Providing Pediatric Palliative Care in a Regional Children's Medical Center - Patricia O'Malley
  • 34. Implementing a Comprehensive Bariatric Care Protocol - Kathleen D. Wright
  • 35. Reducing Central Line–Associated Bloodstream Infections Through a CNS-Led Systemwide Approach - Mary Pat Johnston
  • 36. Improving Clinical Care for a Specialty Surgical Oncology Population - Colleen O'Leary and Taletha M. Askew
  • 37. Facilitating a Programmatic Approach to Children With Special Health Care Needs - Jo Ellen Rust
  • 38. The Clinical Nurse Specialist in Primary Care - Jeannette Richardson
  • 39. Growing a Clinical Nurse Specialist Practice in a Rehabilitation Setting - Kathleen L. Dunn
  • 40. Exploring Clinical Nurse Specialist Practice in the Emergency Department - Garrett K. Chan
  • 41. Establishing a Private Practice for Diabetes Self-Management - Patricia S. Moore
  • 42. Rapid Response Exemplar: Maturation and Refinement of a Rapid Response Program - Tracey Loudon and Victoria Church
  • Appendix: Specialty Practice Organizations in Nursing - Michelle L. Treon and Diana Jones