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Advanced Practice Nursing Model for Comprehensive Care With Chronic Illness: Model for Promoting Process Engagement

Cumbie, Sharon A. PhD, RN; Conley, Virginia M. PhD, RN, FNP,C; Burman, Mary E. PhD, RN, FNP,C

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Abstract

New models of providing care to chronically ill persons are needed that can facilitate a more integrative approach to patient care. The purposes of this article are to describe the utilization of a theory synthesis process for development of a client-focused approach for advanced practice nurse (APN) management of chronic illness and to present the Model for Promoting Process Engagement. The model was developed as a theory-driven intervention to address complexities of chronic illness care. This APN practice model is the direct result of the synthesis of a number of differing theoretical models developed by the authors in previous individual research endeavors.

© 2004 Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Inc.

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