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Clinical Nurse Specialists Description

Plan, direct, or coordinate the daily patient care activities in a clinical practice. Ensure adherence to established clinical policies, protocols, regulations, and standards.

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Clinical Nurse Specialists Tasks
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  • Make clinical recommendations to physicians, other health care providers, insurance companies, patients, or health care organizations.
  • Collaborate with other health care professionals and service providers to ensure optimal patient care.
  • Provide specialized direct and indirect care to inpatients and outpatients within a designated specialty such as obstetrics, neurology, oncology, or neonatal care.
  • Observe, interview, and assess patients to identify care needs.
  • Monitor or evaluate medical conditions of patients in collaboration with other health care professionals.
  • Read current literature, talk with colleagues, or participate in professional organizations or conferences to keep abreast of developments in nursing.
  • Develop or assist others in development of care and treatment plans.
  • Develop, implement, or evaluate standards of nursing practice in specialty area such as pediatrics, acute care, and geriatrics.
  • Plan, evaluate, or modify treatment programs based on information gathered by observing and interviewing patients, or by analyzing patient records.
  • Identify training needs or conduct training sessions for nursing students or medical staff.
  • Maintain departmental policies, procedures, objectives, or infection control standards.
  • Evaluate the quality and effectiveness of nursing practice or organizational systems.
  • Instruct nursing staff in areas such as the assessment, development, implementation and evaluation of disability, illness, management, technology, or resources.
  • Present clients with information required to make informed health care and treatment decisions.
  • Perform discharge planning for patients.
  • Direct or supervise nursing care staff in the provision of patient therapy.
  • Develop nursing service philosophies, goals, policies, priorities, or procedures.
  • Coordinate or conduct educational programs or in-service training sessions on topics such as clinical procedures.
  • Provide direct care by performing comprehensive health assessments, developing differential diagnoses, conducting specialized tests, or prescribing medications or treatments.
  • Prepare reports to document patients' care activities.
  • Participate in clinical research projects such as by reviewing protocols, reviewing patient records, monitoring compliance, and meeting with regulatory authorities.
  • Write nursing orders.

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