2010 NATIONAL CONFERENCE FOR NURSE PRACTITIONERS
Sharon Baranoski, MSN, RN, CWCN, APN, FAAN, DAPWCA
Symposium Program Director President, Wound Care Dynamics, Inc.
Organ dysfunction is a familiar concept in the health sciences that can occur during an acute critical illness as well as at life’s end. End of life is defined as a phase of life when a person is living with an illness that will often worsen and may eventually cause death. This presentation addresses the ten consensus statements, pathways to care, and the communication needed by the interdisciplinary team.
05/20/2010 | 14 MB
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