Accurately and safely prescribing drugs for common diseases and disorders is vital for advanced practice nurses. That's what makes Pharmacotherapeutics for Advanced Nursing Practice by Tammie Lee Demler and Jacqueline Rhoads so timely. Reflecting the latest research on how each drug works in the body, it provides guidance on drug selection, considerations for special populations, therapeutic drug monitoring, adverse reactions, drug-to-drug interactions, and processes for adding or changing drug therapy.
Graduate nursing students and advanced practice nurses need a broad foundation in order to understand and apply theory in practice. The recently published Philosophies and Theories for Advanced Nursing Practice, Third Edition by Janie B. Butts and Karen L. Rich gives students a thorough understanding of theory structure, how to evaluate theories, and how to put theories into practice on the job. Appropriate for both introductory and advanced degrees of knowledge, it also covers a wide variety of interdisciplinary theories due to the growing emphasis on collaborative, interdisciplinary care.
We have some terrific news to share. Clinical Guidelines for Advanced Practice Nursing: An Interdisciplinary Approach, Third Edition by Geraldine M. Collins-Bride, JoAnne M. Saxe, Karen G. Duderstadt, and Rebekah Kaplan just received a top score of 100 and 5 stars from Doody's Review Service.
Kathleen M. Woodruff, DNP, RN, ANP-BC, from the USC School of Social Work, writing for Doody's Review Service, calls it,
“…a valuable resource for all clinicians to have in their personal library. The focus on an interprofessional approach is essential in the current healthcare climate…”
Clinical decision making is essential for advanced practice nurses at all levels of expertise. The recently published Clinical Guidelines for Advanced Practice Nursing: An Interdisciplinary Approach, Third Edition by Geraldine M. Collins-Bride, JoAnne M. Saxe, Karen G. Duderstadt, and Rebekah Kaplan highlights the complex healthcare conditions that advanced practice nurses often encounter in ambulatory care settings.
Advanced Practice Nursing: Essential Knowledge for the Profession, Third Edition by Susan M. DeNisco and Anne M. Barker just earned top marks with a 5-star review and a perfect score of 100 from Doody's Review Service. Kathleen M. Woodruff, DNP, RN, ANP-BC, from Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing, writing for Doody's Review Service, says that,
"This is a well-organized and evidence-based contribution to nursing scholarship. It investigates a variety of current healthcare issues that are of primary concern globally to all professional advanced practice nurses."
Are you looking for a text that guides students through the process of planning and managing a clinical project? Check out the just published Project Planning and Management: A Guide for Nurses and Interprofessional Teams, Second Edition by James L. Harris, Linda A. Roussel, Tricia Thomas, and Catherine Dearman. Completely updated and revised, it covers the common barriers and pitfalls to successful project completion while offering strategies to mitigate them. Interwoven throughout are real-world exemplars supported by relevant evidence that provide rich learning experiences for students and professionals.
Over the past decade, advanced practice nursing education has evolved rapidly. That's what makes the just published Advanced Practice Nursing: Essential Knowledge for the Profession, Third Edition by Susan M. DeNisco and Anne M. Barker so essential to all levels of graduate nursing preparation.
Excellent news to share-- Nursing Ethics and Professional Responsibility in Advanced Practice, Second Edition by Pamela J. Grace just received a 5-star review from Doody's Review Service. According to reviewer, Colleen E. Tepen, BSN, from Saint Louis University, it "provides a number of practical tools to aid advanced practice nursing professionals (APNs) as they address complex ethical issues encountered in daily practice."
Nursing faculty are already raving about our recently published Advanced Practice Nursing: Contexts of Care by Lynette Hamlin. According to one nursing instructor, "it's refreshing to see a text that is written from the perspective of a nurse practitioner for nurse practitioners." Another nursing faculty member praises its, "details, objectives, true-to-life scenarios, and motivational messages [that] get readers involved in deductive solutions to the problems."
For decades, we've been leading the way in advanced practice nursing education. Now, we're so excited to announce the first online Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) curriculum solution consisting of 12 instructionally designed courses aligned to the AACN Essentials of Doctoral Education Document, QSEN, and the IOM Recommendations. Each course draws on content from premier Jones & Bartlett Learning texts as well as other sources. Available as individual courses or as a complete suite, the DNP Online Courses & Curriculum is the most current and authoritative teaching and learning resource available. Learn more about this brand new online curriculum solution at www.dnpnursing.com.
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