Picture of the productAddressing the Needs of Patients with Chronic Conditions
Clinical nurse specialists can be a major resource in the care and management of patients with chronic conditions because they are uniquely prepared to manage these patients, lead collaboration within and across health care settings and serve as the bridge between disciplines. This is the top finding of the NACNS Chronic Conditions Task Force. The report includes information on the legislative and policy implications of CNSs taking a larger role in chronic care management, a discussion of how the spheres of influence impact management and care coordination, issues for CNS practice and education, and recommendations.

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The Viability of Taking Pediatric and Adult-Gerontology Certification Examinations to Attain CNS Population Certification in Family Across the Lifespan
Report and Findings of the NACNS FALS Task Force



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This resource was created to help CNSs employ key business and cost analysis tools to better describe and quantify CNS contributions to health care.
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Statement on Clinical Nurse Specialist Practice and Education: Third Edition (Online access)

The included content represents the third edition of the Statement on Clinical Nurse Specialist Practice and Education (2019). The intent of this revision is to again combine into a single document, all components of the original Statement on Clinical Nurse Specialist Practice and Education.

This document is the result of diligent expert authorship, review, and input from NACNS members, professional associations, and other entities that represent, educate, and/or employ the CNS. The Task Force for the Revision of the Statement on Clinical Nurse Specialist Practice and Education was appointed at the end of 2015. The Task Force members determined that with 20 years of experience since the 1998 original statement in relation to education and employment of CNSs, it was important to revisit the original Clinical Nurse Specialist Statement and the 2004 Statement revision to update key sections.

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- An updated conceptual model of the CNS;
- A change in terminology from spheres of influence, to spheres of impact;
- A refined approach to the presentation of the CNS competencies that consolidates and refines the competencies under the three spheres of impact;
- An enhanced discussion of the social mandate of the CNS;
- A discussion of the Consensus Model for APRN Licensure, Accreditation, Certification, and Education, and
- An expanded reference list

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Statement on Clinical Nurse Specialist Practice and Education: Third Edition (Print copy)

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The included content represents the third edition of the Statement on Clinical Nurse Specialist Practice and Education (2019). The intent of this revision is to again combine into a single document, all components of the original Statement on Clinical Nurse Specialist Practice and Education.

This document is the result of diligent expert authorship, review, and input from NACNS members, professional associations, and other entities that represent, educate, and/or employ the CNS. The Task Force for the Revision of the Statement on Clinical Nurse Specialist Practice and Education was appointed at the end of 2015. The Task Force members determined that with 20 years of experience since the 1998 original statement in relation to education and employment of CNSs, it was important to revisit the original Clinical Nurse Specialist Statement and the 2004 Statement revision to update key sections.

Readers will note:

- An updated conceptual model of the CNS;
- A change in terminology from spheres of influence, to spheres of impact;
- A refined approach to the presentation of the CNS competencies that consolidates and refines the competencies under the three spheres of impact;
- An enhanced discussion of the social mandate of the CNS;
- A discussion of the Consensus Model for APRN Licensure, Accreditation, Certification, and Education, and
- An expanded reference list

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