AACN endorses ‘Adult-Gerontology Clinical Nurse Expert Competencies’ The American Association of Critical-Treatment Nurses recently endorsed the ‘Adult-Gerontology Clinical Nurse Specialist Competencies,’ produced by the American Association of Colleges of Nursing , Washington, D tadalafil .C., with The Hartford Institute for Geriatric Nursing at NY University and National Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists , Philadelphia. The Adult-Gerontology Clinical Nurse Professional Competencies upgrade and validate the entry-level abilities for graduates of master’s, doctorate and post-graduate programs to get ready the adult-gerontology CNS for licensure and certification.
1, 2010, at 6:00 p.m. ET, in the Cowrie 2 Room of the hotel. The theme of the press conference is ‘Improving Conversation with Minority Patients.’ Additionally, the AACR Communications Section will interview cancer experts who are presenting at the conference. The video interviews will be submitted to the AACR website. See below for instructions on how best to view the video clips and listen to a recording of the teleconference. Related StoriesStudy displays rare HER2 missense mutations usually do not spread breast cancer on their ownFDA grants accelerated authorization for Tagrisso to treat individuals with advanced NSCLCOvarian cancers patients with a brief history of oral contraceptive use possess better outcomesThe American Association for Cancer tumor Research Communications Department has also identified the next research as newsworthy: ?Vitamin D Levels Lower in African-Americans ?Multipronged Intervention Treated Persistent Fatigue Effectively in Breast Cancer Survivors ?DNA Repair Capacity Identified Those at RISKY for Non-melanoma Skin Cancer ?Lack of Private Health Insurance Impacted Malignancy Survival ?Low Socioeconomic Position Linked With More Severe Colorectal Cancer ?Breast Cancer Diagnostic Delay Depended Even more on Competition/Ethnicity than Insurance ?Social Support Post-Malignancy Lacking Among Minority Females ?Storage Impairment Common in People with a History of Cancer ?Breast Cancer Linked to Environmental Smoke Exposure Among Mexican Ladies ?Adults in Puerto Rico Aware of Genetic Testing, But Use Remains Low ?Race Not Reason behind Disparity in Lung Cancers Between Whites and Blacks ?Vigorous Exercise Reduces Breast Cancer Risk in African-American Females ?Racial Differences in Breasts Cancers Treatment Persist, Despite Equivalent Economics ?Reduced Survival for Puerto Rican Women with ‘Triple-negative’ Breast Cancer Subtype..