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The Clinical Nurse Specialist Toolkit serves as a one-stop, all-inclusive guide designed for novice Clinical Nurse Specialists (CNSs) just getting started in this exciting new career. Organized in an easy-to-use, bullet-point format, this book contains 6 key sections:
Table of Contents
|Getting Started||p. 1|
|Negotiating a Job||p. 3|
|Creating a Job Description||p. 13|
|Finding a Place in the Organization||p. 23|
|Working With "The Boss"||p. 31|
|Moving Forward||p. 41|
|Learning the Ropes: Orientation||p. 43|
|Establishing Credibility||p. 53|
|Prioritizing: Avoiding Overcommitment and Underachievement||p. 59|
|Finding a Mentor||p. 65|
|Using the Web: Guide to Web-Based Resources||p. 71|
|Gaining Momentum||p. 77|
|Leading Groups||p. 79|
|Mentoring Staff||p. 89|
|Precepting Students||p. 97|
|Documenting Clinical Outcomes||p. 109|
|Communicating Results: Who Needs to Know What||p. 117|
|Reaching Out||p. 125|
|Becoming Involved With Professional Organizations||p. 127|
|Reaching Out to Community Agencies||p. 135|
|Professional Recognition||p. 151|
|Obtaining Certification: Considering the Options||p. 153|
|Navigating the Privileging and Credentialing Process||p. 159|
|Qualifying for Reimbursement||p. 163|
|Secrets for a Joyful Life as a CNS||p. 173|
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