Ambulatory Care Nursing / Clinic Nursing Articles

Ambulatory Care and Clinic nurses provide rapid assessments to high volumes of patients in a short span of time while dealing with issues that are not always predictable. Care is provided on an out-patient basis which includes Physician Clinics, Advanced Practice Nurses Clinics, Urgent Care Centers, and some Emergency Department encounters.

Office Nurse: What's It Like?
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Office Nurse: What's It Like?

As I walked out of the doctor's office, I could hear the door click behind me, and I thought with relief, "I'm glad that's over." Being in generally good health...

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Welcome to the Wonderful World of Ophthalmology

I will never forget the first time I saw an eye under a microscope. I could have stayed there looking at the iris, the color of the eye, for hours. I was intrigued...

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Charting disruptive patient behaviors: Are you objective?

One of my fellow nurses- let's call her Jane- was overheard complaining loudly this morning. She had received feedback from a physician that one of her chart notes...

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