September 13, 2016 - Ruth A. Hannon is one of the editors for the inaugural book, Canadian Perspectives on Advanced Practice Nursing.
This book provides an in-depth look at Advanced Nursing Practice within Canada’s unique health care system and with the use of case studies gives concrete examples of how nursing provides essential health care for Canadians.
Hannon is a Teaching Professor in the School of Nursing at McMaster and holds a joint appointment as a Nurse Practitioner with a family practice group near Burlington, Ontario.
From the publisher:
“Highly accessible and comprehensive, this text provides a concrete overview of the advanced practice nursing role as it has developed and currently exists in Canada’s health care system. While exploring the origins of advanced practice nursing and the development of the clinical nurse specialist and nurse practitioner roles, contributors draw on multiple case studies to understand the various specialties, operational definitions, and critical issues relevant to this practice. With a forward written by Judith Shamian, this collection features chapter summaries, learning objectives, critical thinking questions, and diagrams, and is an indispensable resource for the nursing classroom.”
The book is published by Canadian Scholars’ Press. For more information: Publisher’s site: Canadian Scholars' Press.
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