Introduction to Advanced Nursing Practice - Schober, Madrean
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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…mehr

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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.
  • Produktdetails
  • Advanced Practice in Nursing
  • Verlag: Springer, Berlin; Springer International Publishing
  • Artikelnr. des Verlages: 978-3-319-81222-9
  • Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2016
  • Seitenzahl: 166
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 238mm x 153mm x 9mm
  • Gewicht: 282g
  • ISBN-13: 9783319812229
  • ISBN-10: 331981222X
  • Artikelnr.: 53576510
Inhaltsangabe
1. Overview of Advanced Nursing Practice 1.1 Definition and profile of the role 2. A Growing Presence 2.1 Incentives and motivators for interest in the role 2.2 Patterns of development 2.2.1 Launching an ANP initiative 2.2.2 Nursing education as the origin 2.2.3 Legislation and Policy as the beginning 2.3 A global overview 2.3.1 Country examples 2.3.2 Organisational interest 2.3.2.1 ICN 2.3.2.2 WHO 3. Nature of Practice 3.1 Titles 3.2 Role Characteristics 3.3 Scope of Practice 3.4 Controversial and debatable issues 3.4.1 Prescriptive authority 3.5 Competencies and practice settings 3.5.1 Advanced tasks versus advanced critical thinking 3.5.2 Task reallocation within the healthcare workforce 4. Education 4.1 Curriculum design 4.1.1 Teaching methods 4.1.2 elearning 4.1.3 Flexibility adapted to context 4.2 Programme planning 4.2.1 Entry criteria for students 4.2.1.1 Self selection 4.2.1.2 External/Institutional selection 4.2.2 Collaborative and complimentary faculty/staff 4.2.2.1 Nursing, medicine, other professionals 4.2.3 Clinical supervision and clinical sites for experience 4.3 Competency statements and core competencies 4.3.1 Developing competence 4.3.2 Mentors and preceptors 4.3.3 Clinical experience/sites 5 Role and practice development 5.1 Introducing the role and function 5.2 Interconnectedness 5.2.1 Among institutions 5.2.2 Among other settings 5.2.3 Between other healthcare professionals 5.3 Role support 5.4 Situational ethics 6 Regulation 6.1 Regulatory/legislative frameworks and models 6.2 Credentialing 6.3 Certification and licensure 7 Challenges: obstacles and facilitators 7.1 Interprofessional conflict 7.1.1 Nursing 7.1.2 Medicine 7.2 Identifying APN function in the healthcare workforce 7.3 Public Acceptance 8 Evaluation and assessment 8.1 Career pathways 8.1.1 Performance review 8.2 Adaptation of the role 8.3 Continuing education 9 Research 9.1 Evidence based practice 9.1.1 Joanna Briggs Model 9.2 Conduct of and participation in research 10 Future Outlook