The Psychiatric Clinical Specialist in the General Hospital

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Abstract

The author describes her experience as a psychiatric clinical nurse specialist functioning independently in a general hospital in a variety of roles. Seven areas of involvement illustrate the wide range of patient, staff, other needs which this nurse specialist can meet. The author wishes to thank loanne Damon, R.N., Sandra Zion, R.N., Dorothy Markay, R.N., Rachel Rotkovitch, R.N., for their advice, encouragement, support, Florence Williams, R.N., who provided clinical supervision.

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