Welcome to this special edition of LPN eNews, which focuses on HIV and AIDS.
No matter your practice setting, it is likely you will encounter patients with HIV. As a nurse, you are seen as a trusted professional who can have a great impact when it comes to prevention, screening, and education. You may even be the first clinician to recognize the often subtle signs and symptoms of HIV.
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||December 2010 |
Every Nurse Is an HIV Nurse
Lucy Bradley-Springer PhD, RN, ACRN, FAAN, Lyn Stevens MS, NP, ACRN, FNAP, and Adele Webb PhD, RN, AACRN, FAAN
Aging with HIV: Clinical Considerations for an Emerging Population
David E. Vance PhD, MGS
Managing Long-Term Complications of HIV Infection
Carl A. Kirton RN, ACRN, ANP-BC, MA
Care of the AIDS Patient With Pneumocystis Pneumonia
Rebecca Lamb Carr PhD, RN, ACNS-BC, and Robert Dodge PhD, RN, ANP, AACRN
The Essentials of HIV: A Review for Nurses
Andrew E. Petroll MD, C. Bradley Hare MD, and Steven D. Pinkerton PhD
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