Great news! We've received a perfect 100 and 5-stars from Doody's Review Service for Clinical Guidelines for Advanced Practice Nursing: An Interdisciplinary Approach, Second Edition by Geraldine M. Collins-Bride and JoAnne M. Saxe. According to Kathleen M. Woodruff, RN, MS, CRNP, Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing,
Topics: advanced practice nursing, Doody's Review Service, JoAnne M. Saxe, nurse practitioner, Review, Nurse Practitioner, familly nurse practitioner, fnp, Geraldine M. Collins-Bride, ucsf, university of california san francisco
Today Dr. Lisa Chism presented in a webinar on her new book, The Doctor of Nursing Practice: A Guidebook for Role Development and Professional Issues, Second Edition. Dr. Chism did a fantastic job of talking about how and when to educate others on the DNP degree. We had a great turnout, and a very lively discussion among the participants followed Dr. Chism's presentation. We welcome participants to post their comments about the discussion here.
The new edition of Women's Gynecologic Health has only been out a short time, but Jane F. Houston DNP, CNM from UF College of Nursing has summed up what we knew would be the reaction, "Love it, love it, love it."
Topics: New Edition, women's health, New Text, nurse practitioner, nursing, nursing practice, midwifery, Nurse Practitioner, obstetrics and gynecology, childbirth, health woman, health women, International Journal of Childbirth, Journal of Midwifery & Women’s Health, Recently Published, Women's Health
Aimee Holland, MSN, CRNP at the University of Alabama at Birmingham recently told us,
"I love the WHNP certification exam books and recommend them to the WHNP students I help teach at UAB. So far, every student that has utilized them has passed their WHNP certification exam. Thanks so much for your help in recommending them!"
Need the perfect guides to help you or your students pass the WHNP certification exam?
Midwifery & Women's Health Nurse Practitioner Certification Review Guide, Second Edition is a comprehensive review designed specifically for those preparing to take the American Midwifery Certification Board (AMCB) or the National Certification Corporation (NCC) Women's Health Nurse Practitioner certification exams. Completely revised and updated, it offers new questions in each chapter and contains more than 600 sample test questions representative of questions found on the examinations.
ISBN-13: 978-1-4496-1500-0 | Paperback | 380 pages
Topics: midwifery, nursing practice, whnp, women's health nurse practitioner, certified midwives, certified nurse midwife, midwife nurse, midwifery, midwives, Nurse Practitioner, women health, becoming a midwife, how to become a midwife, nurse midwife, Women's Health
Nurse Practitioners (NPs)—this is your week! From November 13-19, 2011, in collaboration with the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners (AANP), let’s take the opportunity to celebrate the important work of these unique healthcare professionals.
Jones & Bartlett Learning would like to thank all the indispensable NPs by offering a limited-time 20% off plus free shipping on any of our titles. Simply use Coupon Code NPWEEK11 at checkout to apply the discount. Don’t delay; the offer expires on 11/19/2011. Order online at www.jblearning.com/nursing.
For nearly a half-century, nurse practitioners across the United States have provided comprehensive, cost-effective, patient-centered services to millions of Americans in need of primary, acute, and specialty healthcare services. Currently, there are 148,000 NPs practicing in the US with an estimated 9,500 new NPs completing their academic programs in 2010-2011. According to Penny Kaye Jensen, DNP, APRN, FNP-C, FAANP, president of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners:
“Nurse practitioners have a proven track record of success, and research has shown that they provide high-quality primary care with outcomes that are similar to, or even better than, primary care physicians.”
What are you doing to celebrate National Nurse Practitioner Week?
The following blog post is from Cathy Cress, author of Handbook of Geriatric Care Management:
November is National Caregiver’s Month. This is an opportunity for Geriatric Care Managers (GCMs) to celebrate and call attention to the plight of family caregivers. In the third edition of Handbook of Geriatric Care Management, I have added a chapter, “Assessing and supporting the Family Caregiver” (Ch.9). This new chapter highlights GCM’s important role in building this desperately needed platform for drowning family caregivers. Why are they drowning?
Topics: Author, caregivers, family, handbook, national caregiver's month, Nurse Practitioner, Assessment, care-giving, Cress, GCM, Geriatric, Health care, management, UK, United Kingdom, United States
“There are very few books available to prepare for this exam, and even fewer with practice questions. This is a very welcome review! Its best features are the section on test-taking strategies and the online interactive testing program that comes with the book. Nurses studying for national certification exams never seem to have enough practice questions to challenge and prepare them. Thanks so much to the authors for providing this much needed study manual.”
Weighted Numerical Score: 98 - 5 Stars!
Thank you, Doody's!
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