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The role and function of clinical nurse specialists in England and Wales

George Castledine

The role and function of clinical nurse specialists in England and Wales

by George Castledine

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Published by University of Manchester in Manchester .
Written in English


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Thesis (M.Sc), University of Manchester, School of Nursing.

ContributionsUniversity of Manchester. School of Nursing.
The Physical Object
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The role and function of clinical nurse specialists in England and Wales by George Castledine Download PDF EPUB FB2

Clinical nurse specialists provide diagnosis, treatment, and ongoing management of patients. They also provide expertise and support to nurses caring for patients at the bedside, help drive practice changes throughout the organization, and ensure the use of best practices and evidence-based care to achieve the best possible patient outcomes.

Medical colleagues’ confidence in the capabilities of nurse specialists has grown; in March this year, Nursing Times suggested that doctors were increasingly likely to refer patients to a nurse specialist (Santry, ).

This report also indicated an enormous growth in specialist nurse-led activity, with a % increase in outpatient attendances at specialist nurse clinics. Nursing is a profession within the health care sector focused on the care of individuals, families, and communities so they may attain, maintain, or recover optimal health and quality of may be differentiated from other health care providers by their approach to patient care, training, and scope of practice in many specialties with differing levels of prescription Fields of employment: Hospital, Clinic, Laboratory.

The number of nurses with titles such as clinical nurse specialist and nurse practitioner is increasing. In the context of chronic nurse shortages it is important that all nursing roles are reviewed to ensure the most efficient and effective use of staff, but there is no clear agreement on the competencies expected of nurses using these titles (UKCC, ).

The Role of the Colorectal Nurse Specialist Colorectal cancer is the second most common cancer death in England and Wales, with nea new cases a year and a 5-year survival rate of less than 40% (Association of Coloproctology of Great Britain and Ireland (ACPGBI) ; Centre for Reviews and Dissemination (CRD), ).File Size: 65KB.

Clinical nurse specialists work in hospitals, clinics, medical offices and other health care facilities. They are usually experts in a specific area, such as gerontology, cardiovascular health or. Introduction. Clinical Nurse Consultants (CNCs) are a type of advanced practice nurse in the Registered Nurse scope in the state of New South Wales (NSW), Australia (NSW Health, a).The CNC position was introduced into the NSW state award structure in (O’Baugh, Wilkes, Vaughan, & O’Donohue, ), and was modeled on the Clinical Nurse Specialist Cited by: The role of the nurse Issue 3: June Commission, which reports on its findings to the Prime Minister in Marchaims to influence how nurses and midwives can improve the quality of care, health outcomes and experience of patients.

The current recession in the UK has not only had an impact on the commercial sector, but also places File Size: KB. To characterize provision of telephone helpline services in rheumatology units in England and Wales.

Methods. A questionnaire study of rheumatology nurse specialists (RNS) providing advice by a designated telephone helpline in England and Wales. Results. Responses were obtained from / rheumatology units (89%).Cited by: Another nurse active in the care of soldiers in the Crimean War was a Welsh nurse, Betsi Cadwaladr, who drastically reformed the hospital at Balaclava.

Regulation. To practise lawfully as a registered nurse in the United Kingdom, the practitioner must hold a current and valid registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council.

An "RN"—short for registered nurse—treats patients and provides advice and emotional support to them and their families. Some educate patients, as well as the public, about medical conditions. There are many nursing specialties available, including critical care, addiction, oncology, neonatology, geriatrics, and pediatrics.

Some RNs work in. APRNs practice as Clinical Nurse Specialists (CNSs) or Nurse Practitioners (NPs). The doctoral degree for the advanced clinical practice of psychiatric nursing is the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP).

APRNs also earn additional degrees (PhD and EdD) which prepare them to work as professors, researchers, or administrators. What is the role of government. Responsibility for health legislation and general policy in England rests with Parliament, the Secretary of State for Health, and the Department of Health.

1 Under the Health Act (), the Secretary of State has a legal duty to promote a comprehensive health service that provides care free of charge, apart from services with charges already in.

The importance of clinical leadership in the hospital setting John Daly,1 Debra Jackson,1 Judy Mannix,2 Patricia M Davidson,1,3 Marie Hutchinson,4 1Faculty of Health, University of Technology, Sydney (UTS), Sydney, Australia; 2School of Nursing and Midwifery, University of Western Sydney, Sydney, Australia; 3School of Nursing, John Hopkins University, Baltimore.

Challenges in mental health nursing: current opinion Donna Sabella, Theresa Fay-Hillier College of Nursing and Health Professions, Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA, USA Abstract: The current mental health care system in the US continues to struggle with providing adequate care and services to all that require it due to limited resources, biases from both other professions and.

5. Rhodes P, Parker G () The role of continence advisers in England and Wales. Social Policy Research Unit, University of York. Royal College of Physicians ().

The CARE Scheme (clinical audit of long term care of elderly people). Royal College of Physicians of London. Royal College of Physicians ().

The school nurse has a crucial role in the seamless provision of comprehensive health services to children and youth. Increasing numbers of students enter schools with chronic health conditions that require management during the school day. This policy statement describes for pediatricians the role of the school nurse in serving as a team member in providing preventive services.

The role of the school nurse is complex with many possible elements identified by previous research. The aim of this study is to understand perceptions of the role of the school nurse in order to support school nurses in the delivery of health education.

The study used an inductive, qualitative research design involving semi-structured interviews and focus by: A workforce survey of allied health professionals in critical care in England, Wales and Northern Ireland (Critical Care Network National Nurse Leads ) found that 23 of responding units (17%) offered a psychological support service to families and patients.

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Education, prevention and the role of the nursing team Education Self-management skills are an essential part of diabetes care and with the help and support of nursing staff the condition can be managed to help people stay healthy and prevent complications.Paul Corrigan, Health and Social Care Consultant.

In the past, care has developed within a series of silos with consultants dealing with a very specific set of diseases, like diabetes or dementia or heart trouble. And people have been treated as if they’ve only got that one disease.

However, now, the majority of people over the age of 75 have at least three of those long-term.There is also a growing number of Clinical Nurse Specialists who hold a joint clinical-research role.

These roles are popular as they enable the nurse to remain involved in direct patient care, enhancing the experience for patients through an in-depth knowledge of the most recent innovations in their area.