Standards and Scope of Rehabilitation Nursing Practice (6th Edition)
ARN's Standards & Scope of Rehabilitation Nursing Practice (6th Edition) describes the competency level of professional nursing care and practice common to all rehabilitation nurses engaged in clinical practice. It applies to the care provided to all clients in every setting. It is an essential document for nurses practicing rehabilitation nursing, and a valuable reference tool for nurse managers and administrators.
New to this edition are updated terminology and assumptions about rehabilitation nursing as well as revisions to the role of the generalist and basic rehabilitation nursing practice and the advanced practice registered nurse’s role in rehabilitation nursing.
Publication Date: 2014
Author(s): This document was originally developed by the Rehabilitation Nursing Standards Task Force. In 2013, the Association of Rehabilitation Nurses (ARN) Board of Directors convened a new task force to review and update the document. The members of the task force were Patricia Garvin Higgins, MN RN CRRN CNS (chair); Grace Campbell, PhD MSW RN CRRN; Jeanne Mervine, MS RN CRRN; Maria Radwanski, MSN RN CRRN CS; and Matthew Sorenson, PhD RN ANP-C. Peer reviewers included Cathleen King, MHA BS RN CRRN; and Wendy Wintersgill, MSN RN CRRN ACNS-BC.
Table of Contents: Standards and Scope Table of Contents.pdf