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An interdisciplinary team composed of CNSs and physicians from the ICU, OR and transplant service, as well as a nurse clinician for OTD, social workers and ODO coordinators were involved.
A few articles on vocal health and pedagogy (voice disorders, seating, and a historical overview of pedagogy) are by voice specialists, teachers, an otolaryngologic nurse clinician, and a physical medicine and rehabilitation practitioner.
Jacobsen, who received his master's degree in the family nurse clinician program at the University of Utah, has nearly 30 years of experience as a health care provider in Utah and Oregon.
Witcher, a registered nurse clinician, advised at a conference on fetal monitoring sponsored by Symposia Medicus.
They then watched a videotape providing instruction on condom use, attended a skills-oriented counseling session and were offered an opportunity to practice inserting the female condom under a nurse clinician's guidance.
Extra staff included a coordinator, four ICPs, a nurse clinician, a public health nurse, an administrator, a hospital epidemiologist (an infectious disease specialist with training in hospital epidemiology), and a clinical infectious disease physician.
In 1962, he married his wife, Donna, who is an oncology nurse clinician and dedicated runner.
After surgery the dressings, commonly Kerlix covered with an elastic compression bandage wrapped in a figure-eight pattern, are changed at least once daily, according to Patricia Stoneberg, BS, CCRN, a surgical nurse clinician at Regions Hospital, a Level I trauma center in St.
While it is okay to show some flexibility in their bedtimes, nurse clinician Nancy Murray, Duke University, Durham, N.C., stresses that parents need to be reasonable.
Second, participants were given an individual 45-minute counselling session with a nurse clinician that covered a range of topics including condom insertion and partner communication.
I find cause for optimism, though, in that I see DONs taking a proactive stance, recognizing the need for assistance, seeking out continuing education, anticipating clinical needs and, specifically, advocating for a nurse clinician on staff to help with these rapid assessments.
An illustration of a service-specific outcome would be a change in a nursing home resident's awareness of a timed-voiding schedule as a result of a 30-minute training program administered to incontinent patients by a geriatric nurse clinician in a teaching nursing home.

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