Clinical Nurse Specialists (CNS)

Clinical Nurse Specialists are an advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs), who are licensed registered nurses with graduate degrees, at the master's and/or doctoral degree in a specialty. They have got specific and advanced level talents which can meet the elevated needs of improving quality and reducing costs in the healthcare system. They’re leaders of change

In health corporations, developers of proof-based packages to prevent avoidable complications, coaches of those with continual sicknesses to prevent hospital readmissions, facilitators of groups in acute care and other facilities to improve the quality and safety of care and researchers searching for proof-primarily based interventions to improve the outcomes of care.

 

  • Patient/Client Sphere
  • Nurses/Nursing Sphere
  • System/Organizational Sphere
  • National Certification and Licensing
  • Core Competencies
  • Population-Pediatrics, Gerontology, Family/Individual across lifespan, Women’s Health/Gender related, Neonatal
  • Setting-Critical care, Emergency room
  • Disease or Medical Subspecialty-Diabetes, Oncology
  • Type of Care-Psychiatric/Mental health, Rehabilitation
  • Type of Problem-Pain management, Wounds, Stress

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