GNP

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former measure of the United States economy

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Effect of a geriatric nurse practitioner on the process and outcomes of nursing home care.
She held board certifications as both an adult nurse practitioner, and geriatric nurse practitioner.
The needs and goals of each patient are discussed in a meeting of the hospitalist, who may be a geriatric nurse practitioner or a doctor; a geriatrician; nurses; a pharmacist; social workers; physical, occupational and speech therapists; a dietitian; a psychologist and a chaplain.
1C Ethical Issues in Elder Care Bob McCauley, MD, Medical Director of Clinical Ethics, FAHC Sue Goetchius, RN, Geriatric Nurse Practitioner, FAHC John Campbell, Executive Director, Vermont Ethics Network
In the early 1990s, the growing number and special needs of hospitalized elders at the University of Virginia (UVA) were recognized by the chief clinical nursing officer and a geriatric nurse practitioner (GNP) who at the time was on the faculty at the school of nursing.
A keystone to the alliance is our contract with Geriatric Nurse Practitioner (GNP) Leslie Wooldridge.
It's vital not to overlook the departing family's emotional upheaval, notes geriatric nurse practitioner Sharon Maguire, RN, of Milwaukee's Luther Manor, a CCRC for 1,000 residents that has a 54-bed Alzheimer's special care center.
She worked previously as a geriatric nurse practitioner with Geriatric Consultation Service of Southern Oregon in Medford.
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