medical-surgical nursing

medical-surgical nursing

the nursing care of adult patients whose conditions or disorders are treated medically, pharmacologically, or surgically.
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This special breakfast presentation will share how one organization successfully implemented a mentoring program for newly licensed RNs transitioning into medical-surgical nursing practice and provide strategies that promote early success in practice during orientation and develop a sense of community among newly licensed RNs within their setting.
This course will be an instrumental tool for nursing professional development specialists to help prepare new nurses and nurses new to medical-surgical nursing to embrace their practice with confidence and competence," said Warren.
Beginning in the academic year of 2007-2008, 50 percent of second-semester lecture courses (Maternal-Child theory and Medical-Surgical Nursing II theory) were transformed into hybrid courses.
She taught Advanced Medical-Surgical Nursing and Leadership until 1986 when she became Assistant Director of the SON in 1986.
Contemporary Medical-Surgical Nursing, second edition
Contemporary Medical-Surgical Nursing provides an updated second edition packing in keys to addressing health concepts that embrace holistic nursing practices, and represents a remake of the original edition that offers a better focus on concepts, research, and new case studies supporting and applying them.
Study guide for Brunner and Suddarth's textbook of medical-surgical nursing, 12th ed.
She had taught nursing at a number of colleges and universities and had received a certification in medical-surgical nursing.
In response, the committee recommended a Refresher Course Guidelines Policy which included an option where the nurse could substitute enrollment and successful completion with a C or better of a second level medical-surgical nursing course at one of Nevada's fully approved nursing programs.
A member of the Editorial Board of OJIN: Online Journal of Issues in Nursing, she has written chapters for books on medical-surgical nursing and for nursing journals.
Today, the CNA offers national certification in 18 areas of nursing specialization, with Medical-Surgical nursing being added in 2010 to support and enhance nursing knowledge and expertise in the practice domain.
She is also a member of the Editorial Board of Online Journal of Issues in Nursing, and has written chapters for books on medical-surgical nursing and articles for nursing journals.

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