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VNAA - Visiting Nurse Associations of America

VNAA Nursing Procedure Manual


"The purchase of VNAA's Nursing Procedure Manual was dollars well spent. As CEO, I have found it more cost-efficient to purchase this manual and have staff devote time to patient care instead of policy development."
- Lynn Campbell, President and CEO, VNA of Inland Counties, California

The VNAA Nursing Procedure Manual (NPM) is recognized nationally by visiting nurse agencies, home health and hospice agencies as well as accreditation organizations and consultants as the leading procedure manual for home healthcare and hospice. A VNAA panel of expert nurse clinicians and consultants routinely reviews and updates these procedures on a biennual basis, ensuring that the highest clinical standards are met.

The NPM is designed expressly for home health and hospice clinicians and is organized according to body systems, general nursing practice, age appropriate care and clinical programs. Available in paper and electronic formats, the NPM features more than 900 pages of content covering nursing and home health aide procedures to support care of the patient in the home environment. The NPM combination package includes the manual and a user-friendly CD-ROM. Additional sets of manuals are also available in addition to electronic licensing agreements for use on point of care devices and company intranets.

As a membership benefit, VNAA member agencies receive the publication at a substantial savings; however, the NPM is available for purchase for anyone interested in home health, hospice, private duty and personal care service in the home environment and has been purchased in more than 40 states and internationally, including Guam, Canada and Australia.


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2010-2010 Nursing Procedure Manual - Now On Sale!

Order your copy of the 2010-2011 NPM, which will start shipping at the end November 2010! The new 2010-2011 edition will expand from 18 to 27 sections incorporating a total of nine new sections. The major categories for the sections include procedures by major body organ/system, general practice, care across the life span and specialty care programs. The 2010-2011 NPM revision process is reflective of extensive and comprehensive reviews of every procedure to ensure the content remains relevant, credible and appropriate for clinicians providing care in the home setting and to keep patients in the home safe. Order your copies of the 2010-2011 Nursing Procedure Manual today, click here.




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