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The Nurse Practitioner in Urology

  • Michelle Lajiness
  • Susanne Quallich
  • Will assist nurse practitioners and physician assistants in maintaining excellent care of urologic patients

  • Covers many aspects of practice, including disease prevention, diagnosis, and management

  • Provides guidance on nurse practitioner–patient relations

  • Considers practice management and research?

Book

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xii
  2. Penny Kaye Jensen, Jeffrey A. Albaugh
    Pages 83-115
  3. Gail M. Briolat
    Pages 117-126
  4. Michelle J. Lajiness, Susanne A. Quallich
    Pages 127-134
  5. Kaye K. Gaines
    Pages 135-147
  6. Suzanne T. Parsell
    Pages 149-158
  7. Silvia S. Maxwell, Richard A. Santucci
    Pages 159-168
  8. Christine D. Koops
    Pages 191-216
  9. Michelle J. Lajiness
    Pages 217-235
  10. Natalie Gaines, John E. Lavin, Jason P. Gilleran
    Pages 237-249
  11. Leslie Saltzstein Wooldridge
    Pages 251-268
  12. Pamela M. Jones, Jason Hafron
    Pages 295-307
  13. Staci Mitchell, Julie Derossett
    Pages 309-331
  14. Luke Edwards, Jason Hafron
    Pages 333-344
  15. Susanne A. Quallich
    Pages 345-355

About this book

Introduction

This book is designed to meet the needs of nurse practitioners and other Advanced Practice Nurses, as well as physician assistants, working in urology. The full range of domains of practice is covered, including assessment and diagnosis, clinical management, nurse practitioner and patient relationships, consultation, health promotion and disease prevention, and practice management and research. Some background knowledge is assumed regarding the normal anatomy and physiology of the genitourinary system and the pathophysiology underlying specific urologic health-related problems.

Keywords

Nurse Practitioner Evidence-Based Urological Resource Advanced Practitioners Urological Management

Editors and affiliations

  • Michelle Lajiness
    • 1
  • Susanne Quallich
    • 2
  1. 1.Dept.ofUrology&Dept.of Infectious Dis.Beaumont Health SystemRoyal OakUSA
  2. 2.Department of UrologyUniversity of MichiganRochesterUSA

About the editors

Michelle Lajiness is a Nurse Practitioner in urology at Beaumont Health System, Department of Urology, Royal Oak, Michigan, USA. She will co-chair the "Inside Urology" Great Lakes SUNA chapter 2016 Spring Conference.
Susanne Quallich, MSN, ANP-BC, NP-C, CUNP, FAANP is Adjunct Clinical Instructor, Andrology Nurse Practitioner at the Division of Sexual and Reproductive Health Department of Urology at University of Michigan, Rochester, Michigan, USA. She is one of only 150 nurse practitioners in the US with a specialty certification in Urology (CUNP). Her unique clinical focus in the male sexual and reproductive health has made her a nursing leader and expert in these areas. Due to her leadership and expertise in male reproductive health, Ms. Quallich was the first nurse named to the Society for Male Reproduction in Urology and the Society for the Study of Male Reproduction.

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Reviews

“This is an important book for novice to experienced nurse practitioners working in urologic settings. It covers the care of adolescent through geriatric patients with specific sections for each subspecialty. … the book also would fulfill the quick reference needs of general urologists, family/internal medicine practitioners, and residents. … This book will continue to be a vital resource in the nurse practitioner's library. It's small, portable package, combined with its thorough coverage of topics, makes it incredibly user friendly.” (Anne E. Calvaresi, Doody’s Book Reviews, July, 2016)

“The book serves as a guide for physician extenders in order to provide expert high quality cost effective care for adult urology patients. … The book is user friendly and easy to navigate. ‘The Nurse Practitioner in Urology’ will be a valued asset to all mid-level providers, physician extenders and specialists in the office based practice in urology. I suspect it will be a valued asset to busy state-of-the-art urological offices.” (Jay B. Hollander, International Urology and Nephrology, Vol. 48, 2016)