This guide will provide you with the framework that identifies the specialized body of knowledge, skills, and competencies integral to neonatal nursing practice. The sixth edition includes role definitions for the neonatal nurse, neonatal nurse practitioner, and clinical nurse specialist in low- and high-risk neonatal settings.
Purchase the Neonatal Nursing: Clinical Competencies and Education Guide, 6th Edition and learn:
- common neonatal terminology, gestational age groups, and birth-weight categories
- how to identify the professional roles of neonatal nursing; describe their formal titles, credentials, educational requirements; and scope of practice
- how to identify the knowledge, skills, and competencies of neonatal nurses
- integration of the knowledge, skills, and competencies necessary for evidence-based neonatal nursing practice
Institutions - the 6th edition may serve as a reference for agency and institutional orientation programs, and continuing education for nurses providing neonatal care. It can also be used as a guideline for agencies or institutions validating competency.
This is a downloadable product. Upon purchase, you will only receive an electronic version of this product.