By AWHONN, Susan Mattson RNC-OB CTN PhD FAAN, Judy E. Smith PhD RNC-WHNP
Using an outcomes-based, modern procedure, AWHONN's center Curriculum for Maternal-Newborn Nursing, 4th Edition presents crucial wisdom for care via each level of being pregnant and childbirth. it's also the definitive source in getting ready for the AWHONN certification exam. A concise, define structure covers innovations of copy, fetal improvement, basic being pregnant, the intrapartum and postpartum classes, the traditional infant, problems within the mom and the child, and moral and felony matters. Edited by way of well-respected authors, Susan Mattson, RNC, CTN, PhD, FAAN, and Judy Smith, PhD, RNP-C, this is often the one publication that incorporates AWHONN-endorsed content material for the perform of maternal-newborn nursing!
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- New evidence-based perform content contains the most recent study and top perform criteria for maternal-newborn sufferer care.
- New nationwide Institute of kid future health & Human improvement (NICHD) terminology fosters interdisciplinary conversation and guarantees better accuracy and precision.
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