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Demonstrating Your Clinical Competence In Women"s Health (Primary Care Nursing) by Pam Campbell

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Published by Radcliffe Publishing .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Gynaecology & obstetrics,
  • Nursing,
  • Clinical Chemistry,
  • Medical,
  • Gynecology & Obstetrics

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages224
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9000933M
ISBN 101857756053
ISBN 109781857756050
OCLC/WorldCa57565360

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Demonstrating your clinical competence in women's health. [Pam Campbell;] -- Helping nurses to expand their clinical knowledge and enabling them to demonstrate their level of expertise in women's health, this work guides nurses towards using the most appropriate evidence to. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. DEMONSTRATING YOUR CLINICAL COMPETENCE IN WOMEN'S HEALTH [electronic resource] in SearchWorks catalog.   Demonstrating your clinical competence in women’s health The first four chapters cover personal development planning and learning, while later chapters focus on specific health issues, such as contraception, sexually transmitted infections, managing infertility in primary care, vaginal bleeding, the menopause and teenage-friendly health care. The book focuses . Author of 55 Tactics for Implementing RTI in Inclusive Settings, Demonstrating Your Clinical Competence in Women's Health, and Demonstrating Your Clinical Competence in Women's Health/5(1).

Women’s Health Competencies This document was produced as the result of a collaboration between NACNS and the Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN). We thank AWHONN for their support on this important project. Assessing clinical competence of medical students in women’s health care: (r) were low, demonstrating that the objective structured clinical examination clearly tests a separate domain of student capability. Cost of the objective structured clinical examination was $ per student. Furthermore, the Board's subcommittee on Clinical Competence in Women's Health has recently identified a set of core competencies that all internists seeking board certification should demonstrate. 6 These competencies include management of common gynecologic disorders and family planning, as well as the following essential skills: breast exam, pelvic exam/rectal exam, and obtaining a Pap smear. Welcome to the Women’s Health Curriculum and toolbox developed through a collaboration between AACP and the FDA's Office of Women's Health. This curricular framework outlines core competencies and performance-based learning objectives for use in either dedicated courses on women's health or in conjunction with other pharmacy courses. While these core objectives and competencies should be .

Using a systematic, problem-solving format, WOMEN'S HEALTH: A PRIMARY CARE CLINICAL GUIDE, 4/e thoroughly addresses key issues in all areas of primary care for women, including reproductive and gynecologic content as well as selected common medical, psychosocial, developmental, and political problems, issues, and needs. Every chapter has been Reviews: The demonstration of clinical competence is required by anyone in the medical field who is going to provide patient care. Doctors, nurses and other healthcare providers are required to be clinically competent before they can start taking care of patients. In U.S, to be considered clinically competent you have to undergo United States Medical Licensing Examination- Step 2: Clinical Skills or USMLE . Women’s Health: A Handbook for Primary Care is succinct, well organized, and contains easily understood, practical information for the most common health problems seen in women. This volume is a valuable text for anyone who practices primary care s: 2. Introduction. C linical competence in women's health (WH) is a recognized objective for graduating Internal Medicine (IM) physicians; however, studies evaluating residents in IM training programs have documented gaps in WH training. 1–5 Additional studies among IM residency graduates, 6,7 as well as surveys of program directors, 8,9 have reported similar findings.