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The NLN centered its efforts to enhance gerontological nursing in pre-licensure nursing programs through the development of the Advancing Care Excellence for Seniors (ACE.
Editorial: Gerontological nursing research-do we have a lifespan approach?
She holds certification as an adult nurse practitioner from the American Nurses Credentialing Center, and is also a section editor for public policy for the Journal of Gerontological Nursing.
The implications for gerontological nursing practice are outlined and suggestions offered as to how personal autonomy for older persons living in residential care may be preserved and promoted.
3) Through ongoing education, coaching, and mentoring, an effective staff development department can provide instruction to nursing staff relative to the requirements of long-term care, as well as principles and best practices in gerontological nursing.
Hartford Center of Geriatric Nursing Excellence, Associate Director of the Gerontological Nursing Interventions Research Center, Co-Director of the University's Center on Aging, and holds joint appointments in the University of Iowa College of Medicine Departments of Psychiatry and Internal Medicine.
In 1994, in response to the research/practice gap and the growing population of frail elderly in Iowa, the University of Iowa College of Nursing established the Gerontological Nursing Interventions Research Center (GNIRC), initially funded by a 5 year grant from the National Institute for Nursing Research (NIH Grant #P30 NR03979, PI: Toni Tripp-Reimer).
When you give of yourself and provide excellent care, you are rewarded for it,'' said Jeanie Kayser-Jones, a professor of gerontological nursing and director of the John A.
Her doctoral major was gerontological nursing, an area of strategic focus for UAA's College of Health and Social Welfare.
Meta-analysis for the refinement of gerontological nursing research and theory.
Many of the most inventive programs I've seen are the ones that CNAs have come up with themselves," comments Annette Fleishell, RN, BSN, VP for clinical services at Joann Wilson's Gerontological Nursing Ventures in Laurel, Md.
Administered through the UCLA School of Nursing's Center for the Advancement of Gerontological Nursing Science, the Young Scholars Program identifies students early in their pre-licensure program who are interested in caring for older adults and offers them the opportunity to participate in a highly personalized and engaging one- to three-year mentorship experience.