ISBN-10:
0826105300
ISBN-13:
9780826105301
Pub. Date:
05/20/2010
Publisher:
Springer Publishing Company
Writing DNP Clinical Case Narratives: Demonstrating and Evaluating Competency in Comprehensive Care

Writing DNP Clinical Case Narratives: Demonstrating and Evaluating Competency in Comprehensive Care

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ISBN-13: 9780826105301
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company
Publication date: 05/20/2010
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 624
Sales rank: 1,009,276
Product dimensions: 6.90(w) x 9.90(h) x 0.90(d)

About the Author

Janice Smolowitz EdD, DNP, ANP-BC, DCC is Senior Associate Dean, Associate Professor of Clinical Nursing and Co-Director of the DNP program at Columbia University School of Nursing (CUSN). She has been a member of the faculty since 1998. Dr. Smolowitz oversees the universal faculty/ practice plan at CUSN. In addition to her administrative responsibilities, Dr. Smolowitz teaches in the DNP program and chairs the DNP Portfolio and Comprehensive Examination Committees. She has been an invited member in several national committees including National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculty (NONPF) Practice Doctorate Nurse Practitioner Entry-Level Competencies (2006). She is a member of American Board of Comprehensive Care, Clinical Scholars Review, and Parkinson's Study Group. Dr. Smolowitz is a Diplomat in Comprehensive Care and practiced as an Adult Nurse Practitioner for 18 years in primary adult health. For the past nine years she has practiced in the Movement Disorders Center of the Neurological Institute at Columbia University Medical Center. She participates in clinical research as both co-investigator and principle investigator.

Judy Honig EdD, DNP, CPNP is Associate Dean of Student Affairs, Associate Professor of Clinical Nursing, and Director of the DNP program at Columbia University School of Nursing (CUSN). She has been a faculty member since 1988. In addition to her administrative and practice responsibilities, Dr. Honig conducts research related to heath status of minority children, participates in curriculum development, clinical and classroom teaching, and is a member of the DNP Portfolio Committee.
Dr. Honig has served on several national committees pertaining to the DNP degree, including the AACN Task Forces for the Practice Doctorate and DNP Essentials, NONPF's Clinical Leadership Committee and NAPNAP's DNP Position Statement Committee.
Dr. Honig has practiced as a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner for 25 years and has been an attending/faculty nurse practitioner at Children's Hospital of New York since 1994. She has a faculty practice in an urban pediatric primary care and maintains a practice in behavioral pediatrics.

Courtney Reinisch DNP, FNP-BC, DCC is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Nursing at Columbia University School of Nursing (CUSN). She has been a member of the faculty since 2007. Dr. Reinisch teaches in the DNP and Master's degree programs. She is a member of the CUSN DNP Portfolio Committee and Comprehensive Examination Committee, as well as the CUSN Curriculum Committee. Most recently, she has participated in the Emergency Nurses Association working group for validation methods for Nurse Practitioners in the emergency department setting. She presented her portfolio as the Terminal Scholarly Project at NONPF in 2008.
Dr. Reinisch is a Diplomat in Comprehensive Care. She has practiced as a bilingual Family Nurse Practitioner for 10 years providing care to underserved populations in urban and suburban settings in both family practice and emergency medicine. She has implemented institutional practice changes, through quality improvement initiatives, creating a model for an expanded advance practice nursing role in the emergency department. This model is being replicated in emergency departments nationally.

Table of Contents

Section I: The DNP, Comprehensive Patient Care, Clinical Competencies, and Case Narrative Writing.

Chapter 1: The Evolution of the DNPs in Comprehensive Care

Chapter 2: Development of DNP Clinical Competencies

Chapter 3: The DNP Clinical Competencies and Performance Objectives of Comprehensive Care

Chapter 4: Case Narrative Writing

Chapter 5: Utilizing Evidence Based Practice in Case Narrative Writing.

Chapter 6: Evaluating DNP Case Narrative Studies

Section II - DNP Approach and Case Narratives in the Pediatric and Adolescent Population

Chapter 7: DNP Approach to Providing Pediatric and Adolescent Care

Chapter 8: Adolescent with Suspected Sexual Assault

Chapter 9: Adolescent Male with Traumatic Brain Injury

Chapter 10: Neonate with a Rare Congenital Lung Anomaly

Chapter 11: Adolescent Female with Secondary Amenorrhea

Section III- DNP Approach and Case Narratives in Chronic Care

Chapter 12: The DNP Approach to Caring for the Chronically Ill

Chapter 13: Elderly Male with Ketosis Prone Diabetes Mellitus

Chapter 14: Adult Male with Quadriplegia and Chronic Pain

Chapter 15: Adult Male with Chondrosarcoma

Section IV- DNP Approach and Case Narratives in Mental Health Care

Chapter 16: The DNP Approach to Caring for Patients Requiring Mental Health Services

Chapter 17: Adult Male with Online Gaming Addiction

Chapter 18: Spanish Speaking Male with Psychiatric and Polysubstance Abuse Diagnoses
Chapter 19: Adult Female with Acute Bipolar I Disorder

Chapter 20: Young Adult Incarcerated Male who Attempts Suicide

Section V- DNP Approach and Case Narratives in Adult Care

Chapter 21: The DNP Approach to Providing Adult Care

Chapter 22: Adult Female with Factor V Leiden mutation

Chapter 23: Adult Female with Multiple Sclerosis

Chapter 24: Adult Pregnant Female with Complex Co-morbid Conditions

Chapter 25: Elderly Male with Catastrophic Brain Injury Following Mitral Valve Replacement Surgery

Chapter 26: Elderly Male with Unstable Angina

Chapter 27: Adult Female with Early Fetal Demise

Section V1: DNP Approach and Case Management in Anesthesia Care

Chapter 28: DNP Approach to Anesthesia Management

Chapter 29: Adult Jehovah's Witness Presents for Anesthesia Evaluation

Chapter 30: Anesthesia Care of a Patient with Unsuspected Atypical Plasma Cholinesterase

Chapter 31: Elderly Female for Total Knee Replacement

A. DNP Resident Admission Order Documentation Guideline

B. DNP Resident On-Service Documentation Guideline

C. DNP Resident Off Service Documentation Guideline

D. DNP Resident Procedure Documentation Guideline

E. DNP Resident Intensive Care Unit Progress Note Documentation Guideline

F. DNP Resident Discharge Summary Documentation Guideline

G. DNP Resident Pediatric Comprehensive Evaluation Documentation Guideline

H. DNP Pediatric Resident Interval Episodic Documentation Guideline

I. DNP CRNA Resident Perioperative Anesthesia Documentation Guideline

J. DNP Resident Comprehensive Psychiatric Evaluation Documentation Guideline

K. DNP Resident Adult Comprehensive Documentation Guideline

L. DNP CRNA Resident Pre-Surgical Documentation Guideline

M. DNP Resident CRNA Office Based Documentation Guideline

N. DNP Resident CRNA Emergency Consultation Documentation Guideline

O. DNP CRNA Resident Labor and Delivery Anesthesia Documentation Guideline

P. DNP CRNA Resident Post Operative Care Unit (PACU) Documentation Guideline

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