Medical

Role Development Professional Nursing Practice

Author: Kathleen Masters

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page:

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Role Development in Professional Nursing Practice, Fifth Edition focuses on the progression of the professional nursing role, addressing teamwork and collaboration, communication, leadership, quality improvement and safety, evidence-based practice and informatics.
Medical

Role Development in Professional Nursing Practice

Author: Kathleen Masters

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 347

View: 769

Designed for use in sequential professional development courses across the curriculum, Role Development in Professional Nursing Practice covers role development of the professional nurse as it occurs in three developmental stages, moving from the simple to the more complex: Nurse as Individual; Nurse/Client Relationships; and Nurse as Member of the Health Care Team.
Medical

Role Development in Professional Nursing Practice

Author: Kathleen Masters

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 450

View: 382

Role Development in Professional Nursing Practice, Fourth Edition continues to leverage the Nurse of the Future competency model and maintains a focus on the socialization of the professional role.
Medical

The Doctor of Nursing Practice

Author: Lisa Astalos Chism

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 352

View: 665

Important Notice: The digital edition of this book is missing some of the images or content found in the physical edition. Awarded a 2012 American Journal of Nursing Book of the Year Award This book is written specifically for Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) graduate students by a DNP graduate. This book explores the roles and professional issues DNP students will encounter in their studies and their career. The book covers: *A description of the DNP degree, including discussion of the evolution of doctoral education in nursing and the development of the DNP. *Rationale for the development of the DNP degree, including relevant discussion of the American Association of Colleges of Nurse’s (AACN) Essentials of Doctoral Education for Advanced Practice Nursing, the AACN’s Position Paper on the DNP, and the Institute of Medicine’s Report calling for higher education among health care professionals *Discussion of the various roles of the DNP prepared advanced practice nurse, including rol
HEALTH & FITNESS

The Doctor of Nursing Practice

Author: Chism

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers

ISBN:

Category: HEALTH & FITNESS

Page: 428

View: 150

The Doctor of Nursing Practice: A Guidebook for Role Development and Professional Issues, Third Edition is a comprehensive guidebook for role development of the DNP student. This text covers potential roles of the DNP graduate, including leader, clinician, educator, ethical consultant, and health policy advocate. The Third Edition also addresses professional issues, such as the title of doctor, educating others about the degree, making the decision to pursue the DNP degree and marketing oneself as a DNP. The future of the DNP degree is also discussed. New Features: • New Chapter on the DNP graduate as information specialist • New Chapter on issues pertaining to the BSN to DNP track • Updated interviews with a focus on leadership
Medical

Professional Nursing Practice

Author: Kathleen Blais

Publisher: Pearson

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 406

View: 996

For RN/BSN transition students. This book provides knowledge of the historical, theoretical, ethical, and legal foundations of professional nursing. It explores the changing health care system especially related to health care economics, nursing in a culture of violence, and nursing in a culturally and spiritually diverse world.
Medical

Advanced Practice Nursing

Author: Dr. Michalene Jansen PhD, RN,C, GNP-BC, NP-C

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 336

View: 189

Designated a Doody's Core Title! "This is a valuable resource to help prepare advanced practice nurses with the skills necessary to navigate the healthcare arena. The editors and contributors are experienced advanced practice nurses with valuable information to share with novice practitioners." Score: 100, 5 stars.-Doody's Medical Reviews Now in its fourth edition, this highly acclaimed book remains the key title serving graduate-level advanced practice nurses (APNs) and recent graduates about to launch their careers. The book outlines what is required of the APN, with guidelines for professional practice for each of the four APN roles: the nurse practitioner, clinical nurse specialist, certified nurse midwife, and certified registered nurse anesthetist. Advanced Practice Nursing focuses not only on the care and management of patients, but also on how to meet the many challenges of the rapidly changing health care arena. Obtaining certification, navigating reimbursement, and translating research into practice are just a few of the challenges discussed. Key Features: Essential information on educational requirements and certification Advice on how to make the transition into professional practice Guidelines for ethical and clinical decision making Discussions on the DNP and CNL roles in AP nursing Updated and revised content on leadership development, regulation, informatics, health care organization, and health care policy
Business & Economics

The Doctor of Nursing Practice

Author: Lisa Chism

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 310

View: 147

The Doctor of Nursing Practice provides information regarding the DNP degree and related role and professional topics. This unique reference includes chapters on the discussion of the evolution of doctoral education in nursing and the development of the DNP, rationale for the development of the DNP degree including relevant discussion of the American Association of Colleges of Nurse’s (AACN) Essentials of Doctoral Education for Advanced Practice Nursing, the AACN’s Position Paper on the DNP, and the Institute of Medicine’s Report calling for higher education among health care professionals. This book also discusses the various roles of the DNP prepared advanced practice nurse including researcher, health policy advocate and nurse leader.
Medical

Role Development for Doctoral Advanced Nursing Practice

Author: H. Michael Dreher, PhD, RN, FAAN

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 488

View: 680

2011 AJN Book of the Year Winner in Advanced Practice Nursing! "This is a unique book that will be valuable to both graduate students and professional advanced practice nurses. Since the role of the DNP graduate is evolving, this is an important contribution to the field. It focuses on the developing discussion of practice and graduate degrees in the field of nursing and provides up-to-date information about the evolving and expanding roles of DNP graduate nurses." Score: 100, 5 Stars.--Doody's Medical Reviews (2013) "This outstanding and thought provoking book...provides the knowledge to not only understand the issues and role related challenges of doctoral advanced nursing practice but the inspiration to embrace the role and become a transformer of healthcare...the use of reflective responses throughout the chapters by national DNP scholars, practitioners, and experts is a gift to the field." --From the Foreword by Bernadette Mazurek Melnyk, PhD, RN, CPNP/PMHNP, FNAP, FAAN Dean and Distinguished Foundation Professor Arizona State University College of Nursing & Health Innovation Functioning as both a graduate and professional textbook, Role Development for Doctoral Advanced Nursing Practice explores the historical and evolving role of the new doctoral advanced practice registered nurse. This innovative text presents a distinctive two-part chapter organization that provides content followed by one or more Reflective Responses, which consist of commentaries that may counter or support the opinions of each chapter author. Written by well-known DNP leaders representing the diverse roles and experience of academics, administrators, and practitioners from different DNP programs, these Reflective Responses initiate thought-provoking classroom discussion. This stimulating and provocative text presents issues germane to DNP education, core competencies, and unfolding role development. It is an essential resource in DNP role development courses and courses covering contemporary DNP degree issues. Key Features: Provides background information on the evolution of the DNP degree, essential content on role theory, and what nursing "roles" are and how they are evolving Discusses how master's versus doctoral-level advanced nursing practice roles differ Focuses on the basic roles of the DNP graduate that currently predominate: practitioner, clinical executive, educator, clinical scientist, and the role of the clinical scholar Highlights how the DNP can use his or her new competencies to function at a higher level Covers the diverse skills that comprise the doctoral APRN and doctoral APN role, including leadership content, negotiation skills, leveraging technology to support doctoral advanced level practice, and more
Medical

DNP Role Development for Doctoral Advanced Nursing Practice, Second Edition

Author: H. Michael Dreher, PhD, RN, FAAN

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 616

View: 439

This core text for the DNP curriculum explores the historical and evolving advanced practice doctoral role as envisioned by leading DNP scholars and educators. Its distinctive point-counterpoint format—consisting of commentaries that dispute or support the opinions of chapter authors--provides a foundation of varying opinions that stimulate vigorous critical dialogue. The second edition has been revised to examine the latest developments in the ongoing evolution of doctoral-level roles along with the specific skills that advance these roles. With six completely new chapters, the second edition provides essential content on role theory, examines the meaning of nursing roles, and addresses their continued evolution in a variety of arenas.
Medical

Role Development for the Nurse Practitioner

Author: Julie G. Stewart

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 380

View: 773

Role Development For The Nurse Practitioner Is An Integral Text That Guides Students In Their Transition From The Role Of Registered Nurse To Nurse Practitioner. The Text Provides A Comprehensive Framework For Interactive Discussions On The Role Of The Nurse Practitioner, Giving Students A Full Understanding Of The Skills And Knowledge Needed For This Dynamic Profession. The Authors Cover The History Of The Nurse Practitioner Role While Weaving In The AACN Master’S Essentials And Doctor Of Nursing Practice Essentials. Through In-Depth Coverage Of The Concepts And Skills Critical To The Nurse Practitioner, The Authors Provide A Strong Foundation For The Role, Exploring Topics Such As Nurse Practitionering As A Unique Practice Theory, Concepts Of Clinical Evaluation, Presenting A Patient Case To The Preceptor, Caring For Vulnerable Populations, Professionalism, And Current Health Policy Issues. Chapter Topics Include: * Cultural Competence * Vulnerable And Special Populations * Population Health * Family Focus * Clinical Education * Billing And Reimbursement Related To The Nurse Practitioner * Professional Employment
Medical

Advanced Practice Nursing, Fifth Edition

Author: Dr. Michalene Jansen, PhD, RN,C, GNP-BC, NP-C

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 350

View: 890

The fifth edition of this topflight text on nurse practitioner role development is completely updated and expanded to encompass the full sphere of current practice roles. These include interprofessional, global health, and leadership roles and such practice issues as credentialing, prescriptive authority, and liabilities. The book encompasses the diverse expertise of contributors from a wide variety of practice settings and reflects the competencies identified by key stakeholder organizations such as the ANA, NONPF, NACNS, AANA, ACNM, and AACN. With a focus on everyday realities of APRN practice in a rapidly changing health care environment, it delivers essential information on the multifaceted role of APRNs as they transition into practice and professional arenas. The fifth edition reflects the expanding roles of the DNP and CNL and provides more detail on the transition of APRN master’s and doctoral students–particularly NPs, CNSs, CNMs, and CRNAs–into practice. It discusses the impact of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act on health care delivery and emphasizes the APRN role in influencing health policy. New chapters address global health and differentiated roles for the APRN and APRN leadership in interprofessional teams. The text provides new information on practice issues such as credentialing, prescriptive authority, and liabilities, along with updated web resources. Additionally, the fifth edition includes an enhanced discussion of educational requirements and differentiation from certification and expanded coverage of professional issues and research-based practice (including quantitative and qualitative methodologies). The book continues to provide essential information on advanced clinical decision making, reimbursement, ethical issues, technology, and employment strategies for the APRN. New to the Fifth Edition: A chapter on global health and differentiated roles for APRNs A chapter on APRN leadership in interprofessional teams Current information on practice issues including credentialing, prescriptive authority, and liabilities Updated web resources Enhanced discussion of educational requirements and differentiation from certification Added content about DNP and CNL roles and leadership functions Expanded coverage of professional issues and evidence-based practice Information on influencing health policy Content on integrating informatics in practice Online teaching tools that include PowerPoint slides and an instructor’s manual
Medical

Role Development for the Nurse Practitioner

Author: Stewart

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 500

View: 499

Role Development for the Nurse Practitioner, Second Edition is an integral text that guides students in their transition from the role of registered nurse to nurse practitioner.
Medical

Advanced Practice Nursing

Author: Lucille A. Joel

Publisher: F A Davis Company

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 546

View: 728

Package Consists of: Clinical Kinesiology and Anatomy, 5th Edition By: Lippert Taber's Medical Dictionary, 21st Edition By: Donald Venes
Medical

Conceptual Foundations E-Book

Author: Elizabeth E. Friberg

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 400

View: 199

Get an in-depth look at the nursing profession! Conceptual Foundations: The Bridge to Professional Nursing Practice, 7th Edition gives you the foundation you need to prepare for becoming a professional nurse. Expert educator Elizabeth E. Friberg assembles the best minds of nursing for a unique in-depth look at the profession's major theories, practices, and principles. Complete with two new chapters, this seventh edition has been fully revised throughout with content that challenges you to think critically and conceptually. In addition, new Evolve resources means you can do more online than ever before! Case studies throughout the text provide you with opportunities to develop your analytical skills. Objectives at the beginning of each chapter provide a framework for study. Profile in Practice scenarios at the beginning of each chapter introduce real-life situations that accompany the professional behaviors covered in the text. Key points at the end of each chapter reinforce learning objectives and help you to focus on important information. Critical reflective exercises at the end of each chapter help you use and apply what you have learned. Chapter Introduction explains the approach and summary of the chapter content. Key terms presented in italics and definitions embedded in the text make it easier to understand. NEW! Two all-new chapters bring you the latest information on end of life/palliative care and resilience and compassionate care. NEW! Emphasis on professional role development includes focus within the Interdisciplinary team. NEW! Updated information about the Affordable Care Act includes coverage of the current legal and policy environment. NEW! Extensive revision of Pathways of Nursing Education chapter reflects current focus on Academic Progression
Medical

Nursing Theories

Author: Kathleen Masters

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 406

View: 676

Nursing Theories: A Framework For Professional Practice, Second Edition Covers The Work Of Those Who Have Been Central To Nursing Theory For Decades As Well As Many Newer Theorists. The Text Draws Content From Topics Such As Philosophy, Conceptual Models And The Middle Range Theories Of Nursing. The Second Edition Features Additional Practice Level Or Middle Range Theories With Supporting Diagrams That Illustrate The Use The Nursing Process In The Context Of The Specific Theory. Each Chapter Will Also Feature Call Out Boxes Describing The Literature Of The Theory’S Use In Nursing Practice. Updates To The Second Edition: New Chapter On Transitions Theory New Coverage On Postpartum Depression New Information On Uncertainty In Illness Theory Illustrations In Each Theory Chapter Demonstrate How Theory Relates To The Nursing Process Current Examples Found In Each Chapter Tied To Updated Research
Medical

Transition to Professional Nursing Practice

Author: Rob Burton

Publisher: SAGE Publications Limited

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 350

View: 343

Provides final year nursing students with comprehensive guidance on how to make the leap from student to registered nurse, helping them to master the skills needed to progress from supervised to professional practice. Packed with key information, theory and advice, this book covers essential topics such as leadership and management, decision-making, professional development, assessment, law and ethics. Before providing students with an insightful overview of global nursing, exploring the issues of nurse migration and outlining the specific requirements for registering as a nurse in countries outside of the UK. To further support students in their learning, the book is packed with engaging activities that encourage critical reflection, real-life example scenarios to help with decision-making, and references to the author's personal experiences of professional development.
Medical

Introduction to Advanced Nursing Practice

Author: Madrean Schober

Publisher: Springer

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 166

View: 749

Prepared under the auspices of the International Council of Nurses (ICN), this first volume provides a comprehensive overview of the rapidly emerging field of advanced nursing practice. It addresses central issues in the role and practice development that are fundamental to defining and differentiating the nature of this field. Topics include defining the role, role characteristics, scope of practice, education, regulation and research. Obstacles to and facilitators of that role are addressed and include ethical questions arising in the context of practice development. With an international focus, this volume examines international developments in the field, as reflected in country-specific case studies and examples. It offers a valuable resource for advanced practice nurses, educators and administrators at healthcare institutions.

0581 - THE POWER OF PROFESSIONAL NURSING PRACTICE DELVELOPMENT

Author: Monawatr Luamnarin

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category:

Page:

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The project for development of nursing management system to promote high quality and effective nursing care endorses development of knowledge and nursing skills with the objective towards quality and safety of the patient as well as holding the status of excellence in nursing practice through education system and tools for development of nursing practice. Framework Professional Practice Model of OnSomble Model of Professional Role has been utilized and applied for development of professional nursing practice in practice, collaboration, communication and professional development, and review tools in order to promote a development in nursing practice at individual and team nursing level. Nurses will be encouraged to develop critical thinking through three effective questions (what went well, what could have gone better, what I will do differently for the next time) and use of simulation in the workplace. The objective of this project is to promote satisfaction among patients and parents, which can be measured by randomly asking the patients on a monthly basis for Overall Patient Satisfactions Assessment by HCAHP with the target of 90% or greater, and also randomly asking the patients on a monthly basis for Ability of Nurse to Inspire Trust and Confidence in Patients with the target of 80% or greater. A yearly questionnaire to evaluate staffu2019s confidence in their nursing care capacity will also be reflected through Staff Engagement Score with the target of 80% or greater and the turnover rate of the nursing staffs being less than or equal to 12%.Due to this project, not only the patient's satisfaction with the care and treatment is enhanced, but the nurses will also have more confidence in working professionally. Nursing Competency - knowledge, skills, and ability - are continuously developed. In addition, it was found that what was gained from the nursing capacity development project was the opportunity to create relationships among other professions, which will be learning together at the bedside, sharing information and knowledge, and working as a team. Interprofessional refers to the shared relationship among individuals, groups, and organization from different disciplines through the use of simulations scenario with multidisciplinary team and effective questions are used to encourage critical thinking to optimize the benefits for patients and families.