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(Clinical Nurse Specialist CNS[TA])
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  • Taking Lemons and Making Lemonade: Posttraumatic Growth From Pediatric Cancer. [Journal Article]
  • CNClin Nurse Spec 2018 Sep/Oct; 32(5):268-278
  • Molinaro ML, Fletcher PC
  • CONCLUSIONS: This work may provide comfort to other individuals with pediatric cancer knowing that they are not alone in their journeys. Healthcare providers should attempt to make pediatric cancer experiences as "normal" as possible for patients and their families and observe for signs of stress in their patients. As well, it is important for the pediatric cancer literature to illustrate that young adult survivors of pediatric cancer find positive outcomes in their experiences.
  • A Qualitative Study of Specialized Clinical Nurses' Perceptions of Good Care in Practice. [Journal Article]
  • CNClin Nurse Spec 2018 Sep/Oct; 32(5):260-267
  • Valizadeh L, Zamanzadeh V, … Asghari E
  • CONCLUSIONS: The Good Care Triangle provides a heuristic approach to consider professional standards from the perspectives of SCNs and provides needed insight into SCNs' perspectives on the fundamental yet underexplored concept of good care. Clinical leaders can consider how the 3 themes identified are reflected and enacted in the care practices of SCNs. Future research could examine the utility of the Good Care Triangle in guiding nursing education and evaluating SCNs' perspectives of the care that they are providing.
  • Irish Respiratory Clinical Nurse Specialists' Experiences of Their Role: A Qualitative Exploration. [Journal Article]
  • CNClin Nurse Spec 2018 Sep/Oct; 32(5):240-248
  • Fallon N, Cassidy I, Doody O
  • CONCLUSIONS: Overall the study highlights that respiratory CNSs are active in the role as clinical experts, advocators, educators, collaborators, consultants, and health promoters. These findings recognize the importance of evaluating and building on the current CNS workforce in respiratory care and evaluating future development of the CNS role in specialized aspects of respiratory care in line with population and service needs.
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