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Reflecting the expert insight of leading names in the field, Perspectives in Ambulatory Care Nursing helps students confidently meet the challenges of a changing healthcare landscape and embrace their role in nursing outside of the hospital setting. Ambulatory care authorities Caroline Varner Coburn, Deena Gilland and Beth Ann Swan guide students through the evolution of nursing in ambulatory care settings — including the social and political forces driving an increased need for nurses in primary care — and detail how nurses can use research and data to change practice, demonstrate the impact of nursing and meet standards of excellence in ambulatory care. An ideal primer both for nursing students and practicing nurses switching from acute care positions to ambulatory care settings, Perspectives in Ambulatory Care Nursing clarifies the distinctions between the two care settings, familiarizes students with the variety of parts played by members of the healthcare team and identifies key topics in today’s ambulatory nursing practice, including telehealth, care coordination/transition management and the involvement of clients and families in health management. Accompanying resources encourage students to think critically about ambulatory care concepts and consider real-world applications as they prepare for success in practice. Key Points summarize essential takeaways at a glance. Clear, concise chapters demonstrate key differences between acute and ambulatory nursing approaches. Case Studies with accompanying critical thinking questions challenge students to apply concepts to real-world ambulatory care scenarios. Discussion Questions encourage students to think critically and improve test-taking confidence.
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