Advanced Practice Nursing: Core Concepts for Professional by Dr. Mary Zwygart-Stauffacher PhD RN GNP/GC, Michaelene P.

By Dr. Mary Zwygart-Stauffacher PhD RN GNP/GC, Michaelene P. Mirr Jansen RN PhD APRN BC

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This completely up-to-date version presents entire content material to organize scholars for all complicated perform roles. It comprises content material wanted for graduate classes at the position of the complicated perform nurse and transition to expert perform. It additionally encompasses the fundamental info at the multifaceted position of the complex perform nurse, putting the medical content material in the truth of the perform area.

The textual content should be utilized by all graduate scholars enrolled in middle classes at the function of the complicated perform nurse and transition to specialist perform. It encompasses the 4 significant complex perform roles: nurse practitioner, medical nurse expert, nurse midwife, and nurse anesthetists. The textual content displays advantage pointed out by means of the foremost corporations for complicated perform nursing, together with the National association of Nurse Practitioner schools, nationwide organization of scientific Nurse experts, American organization of Nurse Anesthetists, American university of Nurse Midwives, and American organization of faculties of Nursing.

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Nelson (1999) notes further that advocacy has progressed to being a guardian of the patient’s rights and freedom of choice. While several other elements may be attributed to the essence of advocacy, respect for the individual is what guides a nurse’s advocacy. Advocacy can be viewed from a variety of perspectives. 2). In legal advocacy, the nurse is supportive of the patient’s legal rights such as informed consent or the right to refuse treatment. This may include assuring that all patients have a copy of the institution’s bill of rights.

For example, during the 1990s, many CNS positions were eliminated due to downsizing and inability to directly reimburse their activities. Recently there has been a resurgence of CNS positions with (hospital) systems validating their value to the organization. APN ROLES Basic nursing education has provided a strong foundation to guide the APN in practice using the systematic approach of the nursing process. So, too, graduate nursing education provides foundations for beginning APN practice with each program having varied preparation and emphasis on these other roles utilized by the APN.

Washington, DC: AACN. , & Bednash, G. (2003). 2002–2003 enrollment and graduations in baccalaureate and graduate programs in nursing. Washington, DC: American Association of Colleges of Nursing. Blanchette, H. (1995). Comparison of obstetric outcome of a primary-care access clinic staffed by certified nurse-midwives and a private practice group of obstetricians in the same community. American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology, 172(6), 1868–1871. , & Grimes, D. (1995). A meta-analysis of nurse practitioners and nurse midwives in primary care.

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