Emergency and Ambulatory Care Nursing

Ambulatory care nursing is the care of patients who are treated as outpatients, meaning they do not need to stay in the hospital overnight. The clinical, organisational, and professional actions that registered nurses do with and for individuals, groups, and communities who desire to improve their health or seek treatment for a health problem are referred to as ambulatory care. Ambulatory emergency care (AEC) was created by clinicians as a technique to deliver emergency care outside of a hospital's standard bed basis. AEC can continue to operate during periods of high bed occupancy since it is given in a clinic setting, alleviating bed pressures and ensuring that selected patients receive quick care.

 

  • Track 1-1 Advanced Nurse Practitioner
  • Track 2-2 Emergency care

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