Title Foundations of Clinical Nurse Specialist Practice, 3/e
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Author Janet S. Fulton, Kelly A. Goudreau, Kristen L. Swartzell
ISBN 9780826195432
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No of pages 564
Book size 216 x 279 mm
Publishing year 2021
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2014 AJN BOOK OF THE YEAR AWARD!

2014 DOODY’S CORE TITLE

Now in its third edition, this highly acclaimed text remains the leading comprehensive textbook and professional reference for Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS) education and practice. Supported by theory, research, and current literature, the book focuses on CNS roles and scope of practice; expanding opportunities in primary and home care settings; and outcomes of CNS practice throughout the care continuum and across the three spheres of impact. The third edition is updated to reflect current trends affecting CNS practice, with several new chapters that focus on telehealth, home care, and quality improvement.

The text begins with an overview of the evolution, attributes, philosophical underpinnings, and key outcomes of CNSs in the United States. It then addresses nursing interventions, quality, and care delivery, as well as the business side of CNS practice—consultation, mentoring, project management, and entrepreneurship. It features examples of CNS practice in a variety of settings and specialty areas. This resource provides students and professionals with the guidance required to achieve core competencies and improve patient outcomes.

 

New to the Third Edition:

  • Updated to reflect current practices and the latest core competencies
  • Features a new section—Creating a Culture of Quality—that addresses patient safety, high-reliability organizations, Big Data, and efficiency
  • Highlights emerging areas of CNS practice such as telehealth, pediatric palliative care, wound care, and home care

 

Key Features:

  • Emphasizes the importance of the CNS practitioner as expert clinician, consultant, researcher, and educator
  • Written and edited by more than 40 individuals representing the “Who’s Who” of CNS nursing
  • Highlights core competencies and practice outcomes identified in NACNS’s 2019 Statement on Clinical Nurse Specialist Practice and Education
  • Presents models of CNS specialty care and CNS practice with outcomes
  • Includes discussion questions, ethical considerations, analysis and synthesis exercises, and clinical application considerations

 

Contents:

Contributors

Foreword (Tracy B. Chamblee, PhD, APRN, PCNS-BC, CPHQ, CPPS)

Preface

Acknowledgments

 

UNIT I. THE NATURE OF CLINICAL NURSE SPECIALIST PRACTICE

Chapter 1. Evolution of the Clinical Nurse Specialist Role and Practice in the United States (Janet S. Fulton)

Chapter 2. Clinical Nurse Specialist Comportment: Professional Attributes, Ethical Conduct, and Citizenship (Janet S. Fulton and Susan H. Storey)

Chapter 3. Exploring the Nature of Nursing Knowledge and Its Implications for Clinical Nurse Specialist Practice (Frank D. Hicks)

Chapter 4. Nurse-Sensitive Outcomes (Denise Bryant-Lukosius and Sarah Rietkoetter)

 

UNIT Il. DESIGNING AND EVALUATING NURSING INTERVENTIONS

Chapter 5. Clinical Reasoning Model: A Clinical Inquiry Guide for Solving Problems in the Nursing Domain (Brenda L. Lyon)

Chapter 6. Managing the Change/Innovation Process (Jeannette Richardson)

Chapter 7. Evaluating Interventions in Clinical Nurse Specialist Practice (Kelly A. Goudreau)

Chapter 8. Using Complex Adaptive Systems Theory to Guide Change (Kathleen Chapman)

Chapter 9. Engaging Staff in Learning (Christine M. Pacini)

Chapter 10. Shaping Practice: Evidence-Based Practice Models (Lisa Hopp)

Chapter 11. The Clinical Nurse Specialist and Conducting Research in the Practice Setting (Nancy M. Albert and Kelly A. Goudreau)

Chapter 12. Transformational Leadership as the Clinical Nurse Specialist’s Capacity to Influence (Brenda L. Lyon)

 

UNIT III. CREATING A CULTURE OF QUALITY

Chapter 13. Patient Safety (Patricia R. Ebright)

Chapter 14. Application of High Reliability Tenets to the Practice of Clinical Nurse Specialists (Shannon M. Huebert and Christine Valdez)

Chapter 15. Answering Questions With Big Data (Wendy R. Miller)

Chapter 16. Improving Efficiency: New Approaches to Quality Improvement (Liesel Delamater and Jodie Johnston)

Chapter 17. Clinical Nurse Specialist Practice Supporting Magnet® Certification (Margo A. Halm)

Chapter 18. Clinical Nurse Specialist Fellowship Model (Jennifer Sweeney and Jennifer Dunscomb)

 

UNIT IV. DELIVERING CARE TO CLIENTS

Chapter 19. Individual as Client (Janet S. Fulton and Rebecca J. Bartlett Ellis)

Chapter 20. Family as Client (Kathleen M. Hanna and Therese L. Mathews)

Chapter 21. Population-Based Data Analysis (Ann L. Cupp Curley)

Chapter 22. Patient-Centered Teaching and Coaching: The Clinical Nurse Specialist Role (Kelly A. Goudreau)

Chapter 23. New Horizons for Clinical Nurse Specialist Practice: Telehealth (Paula D. Williams and Kelly A. Goudreau)

 

UNIT V. THE BUSINESS OF CLINICAL NURSE SPECIALIST PRACTICE

Chapter 24. Consultation in Clinical Nurse Specialist Practice (Geraldine S. Pearson)

Chapter 25. Mentoring (Kelly A. Goudreau)

Chapter 26. Project Management: An Essential Competency for Clinical Nurse Specialists (Kelly A. Goudreau)

Chapter 27. Program Evaluation and Clinical Nurse Specialist Practice (Jane A. Walker)

Chapter 28. Technology Management in Complex Healthcare Settings (Patricia O’ Malley)

Chapter 29. Advanced Nursing Practice: Pathway to Entrepreneurship (Susan Alexander and Maria R. Shirey)

Chapter 30. Regulatory and Professional Credentialing of Clinical Nurse Specialists (Brenda L. Lyon)

Chapter 31. Student Clinical Experiences: Responsibilities of Student, Preceptor, and Faculty (Diane Billay and Florence Myrick)

 

UNIT VI. CLINICAL NURSE SPECIALIST ROLE IN A VARIETY OF SETTINGS

Chapter 32. Hospital-Based Clinical Nurse Specialist Practice (Jan Powers)

Chapter 33. Clinical Nurse Specialist Entrepreneurship: A Journey From Idea to Invention Leading to a Consulting/Education Business (Kathleen M. Vollman)

Chapter 34. The Clinical Nurse Specialist in Industry/Business (Jennifer L. Milata, Mary A. Short, Jane L. Bromund, and Kathleen C. Solotkin)

Chapter 35. CNS Practice in Home Healthcare: Clinical Nurse Specialists Bridging the Gap From Inpatient to Independence (Myra L. Swintz)

 

UNIT VII. EXEMPLARS OF CLINICAL NURSE SPECIALIST PRACTICE IN A VARIETY OF SPECIALTY AREAS

Chapter 36. Providing Pediatric Palliative Care in a Regional Children’s Medical Center (Patricia O’ Malley)

Chapter 37. Clinical Nurse Specialist as Wound & Ostomy Care Provider (Kristen L. Swartzell)

Chapter 38. The Clinical Nurse Specialist as Online Patient Advocate and Educator (Kathleen L. Dunn)

Chapter 39. Exploring Clinical Nurse Specialist Practice in the Emergency Department (Garrett K. Chan)

Chapter 40. Rapid Response Exemplar: Implementation of an In-Hospital Stroke Identification and Response Program (Molly Archer and Victoria Church)

Chapter 41. Managing a Cardiac Arrhythmia Clinic (Robin Eads)

Chapter 42. Implementing and Sustaining Evidence-Based Practice (Elisa C. Jang)

Index


About the Editors:

Janet S. Fulton, PhD, RN, ACNS-BC, ANEF, FCNS, FAAN, is a professor and associate dean for graduate programs at Indiana University School of Nursing and editor-in-chief for Clinical Nurse Specialist: The Journal of Advanced Nursing Practice. She served nationally as president of the National Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists (NACNS) and coordinator of the Oncology Nursing Society’s CNS Special Interest Group. She designed an innovative distance accessible CNS program, Learn Where You Live; received teaching awards from Indiana University and NACNS; and received leadership awards from NACNS and Sigma Theta Tau, Alpha Chapter. She is also a recipient of the prestigious NACNS President’s Award. She is an American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC)-certified Adult Clinical Nurse Specialist and holds fellowships in the National League for Nursing Academy of Nurse Educators, the Clinical Nurse Specialist Institute, and the American Academy of Nursing. Dr. Fulton has written in multiple publications including articles, books, and book chapters.

Kelly A. Goudreau, PhD, RN, ACNS-BC, FCNS, FAAN, is the associate director for patient care services and nurse executive, Kansas City VA Medical Center, Kansas City, MO, and associate editor for Clinical Nurse Specialist: The Journal of Advanced Nursing Practice. She is also past president of the National Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists (NACNS). She is licensed as a CNS in Oregon and is certified by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) as a CNS in adult health. Dr. Goudreau has received honors from the Oregon Nurses Association, is a recipient of the Brenda Lyon Leadership Award and the President’s Award from NACNS, and is a Fellow of both the Clinical Nurse Institute and the American Academy of Nursing. She has published more than 30 journal articles and is a coeditor for two books.

Kristen L. Swartzell, MSN, RN, ACNS-BC, ONC, CWOCN, is a clinical nurse specialist at Indiana University Health North Hospital and currently serves as the Magnet® Program coordinator. Kristen has substantial clinical experience in orthopedics, surgical trauma, and wound and ostomy care, as well as hospital leadership. She is certified by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) as an adult health CNS and as a wound, ostomy, continence care nurse; she also holds a certification in orthopedics. Kristen is currently pursuing her PhD in nursing science, with a dissertation focus on the experience of informal caregivers.


Target Audience:

Useful for nurse practitioners.

 
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