Patricia Warring has been a registered nurse since graduating from Missouri Western State College in 1990 with a BSN degree. She earned an MSN from Valparaiso University in the clinical nurse specialist role, adult health.
Patricia’s clinical nursing experience includes five years of medical/surgical/oncology in an acute care setting in the role of staff nurse and supervisor. The past 23 years have been spent as a hospice/palliative care nurse in both in-home and in-patient settings. She has a special passion for pain and symptom control for these patients. Her interest in this area has led her to develop and present educational courses for nurses and staffs at a local, state, and national level. She has co-authored a chapter in a national award winning gerontology textbook on end-of-life care based on competencies in nursing. Patricia was a certified Hospice Specialist for 16 years. She currently serves as adjunct faculty at a local university.
This course provides nurses in a variety of settings, including rehabilitation, skilled nursing, long-term care, and home care settings, with information about pain management for… read more
This course provides nurses in a variety of settings, including rehabilitation, long-term care, skilled care, and home health, with information about symptom management for patients… read more
This course gives nurses, therapists, and social workers an overview of hospice care, relevant to practice in multiple settings—including rehabilitation, acute care, long-term care, home… read more