Clinical Nursing

A clinical nurse, often called a clinical nurse specialist, is a highly qualified nursing leader who specialises in one area of practise. Clinical nurses provide support to other nurses and encourage health-care innovation in their companies and communities. In some areas, clinical nurse specialists can order tests, perform some diagnostic tests, give basic treatments, and write prescriptions. They may also offer advice and assistance to a group of nurses. They frequently contribute to the formulation of organisational practise changes and plans in order to ensure that the group is using best practises and providing evidence-based care. CNSs are trained to spot shortcomings or gaps in health-care services. They may provide consultations, interact with patients and their families, track therapy, develop and implement treatments, and evaluate overall health-care delivery.

 

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