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Morris, Ed.D, MSN, RN Patsy Starke, BSN, RN, CHPN Reprinted from DNA Reporter February, March, April 2018 Issue
Victoria Bowden, DNP ACNS-BC CHPN CBN, Department of Nursing, The MetroHealth System, Cleveland, OH.
On the other hand, the size of features in CHPN set is relatively less than that in the APIC set; the feature occurrence frequency in CHPN set also is less than that in APIC set.
Leslie Hunter-Johnson, MSN, RN-BC, CCRN, CNRN, CHPN
Overview of Dane County Hospitals End-of-Life Care Quality Demonstration Project was provided by Jane Quinn, RN, MS, CHPN, Vice President for Quality and Compliance for HospiceCare.
Groath, DNP, ARNP, ACHPN Anne Zook, RN, MS, CHPN COURSE Upon completion OBJECTIVES: of this presentation the nurse should be able to: 1.
Alixis Van Horn' RN' CHPN' a neuro-oncology nurse consultant' shares her observations in One Nurse's Perspective.
Karen Whitley Bell, RN, CHPN, Foreword by Charles G.
Contributing Editor Josie Howard-Ruben, RN, APN, MS, CHPN, AOCN[R], is a clinical development specialist in oncology in the Organizational Development Department at Advocate Health Care in Park Ridge, IL.
Christine Hall, RN, CHPN. Formerly a high school teacher, Chris chose nursing as a second career because of her life experiences with profound loss and grief.
"I think that this collaborative relationship and the level at which it works is unique," says Connie McPeak, RN, CHPN, who is the alternative home care nurse from HWR and is assigned to Kethley House.
Continuing to be honored to be your leader, Tonya Hunt, RN, MSN, CHPN