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by Sylvia Denton

eBook Breast Cancer Nursing (Clinical Nurse Specialist) ePub
Author: Sylvia Denton
Language: English
ISBN: 0412412004
ISBN13: 978-0412412004
Publisher: Springer; 1996 edition (January 1, 1996)
Pages: 245
Category: Medicine & Health Sciences
Subcategory: Other
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 432
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This evidence confirms what nurses have known for many years - that nursing care helps more patients to get better quicker.

Nursing care is changing. Patients are rightly more informed about different treatment options and more assertive in seeking high quality services

Nursing care is changing. Patients are rightly more informed about different treatment options and more assertive in seeking high quality services. They are much more likely to be aware that breast care nurses have a special service to offer and they are very likely to want help and support at horne as weIl as or instead of in hospital. The outreach work of breast care nurses provides a model for many other patient services where people need continuous support from before diagnosis, through diagnosis, surgery or treatment, to after care, rehabilitation and monitoring.

Trish Cotton Senior Nurse, Senior Breast Care Nurse, Cardiff. This book reflects nursing' s contribution to the care of people with breast cancer. Sylvia Denton Senior Clinical Nurse Specialist - Breast Care, St Bartholomews Hospital, London. Deborah Fenlon Senior Clinical Nurse Specialist, Breast Care, The Royal Marsden NHS Trust, Surrey. A number of them have given their time, commitment and expertise to the RCN.

A clinical nurse specialist (CNS) is an advanced practice nurse who can provide expert advice related to specific conditions or treatment pathways

A clinical nurse specialist (CNS) is an advanced practice nurse who can provide expert advice related to specific conditions or treatment pathways. According to the International Council of Nurses (ICN), an Advanced Practice Nurse is a registered nurse who has acquired the expert knowledge base, complex decision-making skills and clinical competencies for expanded practice, the characteristics of which are shaped by the context and/or country in which s/he is credentialed to practice.

Breast Cancer Nursing book. Clinical nurse specialists in breast cancer care, qualified nurses in hospital and general practice and their students will all benefit from this concise text.

To say thanks for all that you do, we are offering additional free content, giveaways, special discount offers and more, in conjunction with our partners at Wolters Kluwer and NursingCenter. Official Journal of the National Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists.

See Cancer Nursing Practice feature. A lead nurse for breast screening should be appointed for each trust providing breast screening assessment. All letters and leaflets sent to women who are recalled should clearly state how they can contact a CNS for further information and support A lead nurse for breast screening should be appointed for each trust providing breast screening assessment. The nursing professional clinical advisor (PCA) audits nursing practice in the breast screening service at the regional level, and participates in QA visits to assess professional nursing performance. This incorporates: patient experience.

Series: Cancer Nursing Principles and Practice. As an author and practicing nurse practitioner, I have utilized this book for over 20 years. Hardcover: 1946 pages. in Books Textbooks Medicine & Health Sciences Nursing Clinical Oncology. in Books Medical Books Nursing Oncology. It is a comprehensive specialized book, which addresses both the art and science of nursing individuals with cancer.

nurse specialist who has the skills and. knowledge to manage metastatic breast. nurse consultant (breast cancer) in the De-. partment of Medical Oncology at Prince. of Wales Hospital and at Royal Hospital

nurse specialist who has the skills and. cancer should be present (Breast Cancer. In view of the demonstrated high. levels of unique, unmet needs of women. with metastatic breast cancer, the authors. of Wales Hospital and at Royal Hospital. for Women; and Michael Friedlander, AM, PhD, FRACP, is the director of Medi-. cal Oncology at Prince of Wales Hospital. and conjoint professor of medicine in.

Cancer Nursing Practice is the only UK practice-based journal to cover all aspects of cancer nursing. Cancer Nursing Practice. 28 October at 12:00 ·.

In recent years, an expanding body of research evidence has begun to high­ light the value of nursing care. This evidence confirms what nurses have known for many years - that nursing care helps more patients to get better quicker. Patients value nurses as those members of the health care team that make them feel 'human' and ensure that their treatment is not more of an ordeal than their illness. The research also shows that nursing care is value for money. For the 29000 women who are diagnosed with breast cancer annuaIly, the value of nursing is self evident. Every woman should have access to the care, expertise and support of a breast care nurse. Nursing care is changing. Patients are rightly more informed about different treatment options and more assertive in seeking high quality services. They are much more likely to be aware that breast care nurses have a special service to offer and they are very likely to want help and support at horne as weIl as or instead of in hospital., The outreach work of breast care nurses provides a model for many other patient services where people need continuous support from before diagnosis, through diagnosis, surgery or treatment, to after care, rehabilitation and monitoring.
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