Find a copy online
Links to this item
Find a copy in the library
Finding libraries that hold this item...
|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Joel, Lucille A.
Advanced Practice Nursing : Essentials for Role Development.
Philadelphia : F.A. Davis Company, ©2013
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Lucille A Joel
|ISBN:||9780803639348 0803639341 9780803627857 0803627858|
|Notes:||Fragmented and Variable Standards and Quality of Education Programs.|
|Description:||1 online resource (585 pages)|
|Contents:||Copyright; Preface; Contributors; Reviewers; Acknowledgments; Contents; Unit 1: The Evolution of Advanced Practice; Chapter 1: Advanced Practice Nursing: Doing What Has to Be Done-Radicals, Renegades, and Rebels; PRECURSORS AND ANTECEDENTS; NURSE-MIDWIVES; NURSE ANESTHETISTS; THE CLINICAL NURSE SPECIALIST; THE EVOLUTION OF THE NURSE PRACTITIONER ROLE: "A DISRUPTIVE INNOVATION"; YET ANOTHER "DISRUPTIVE INNOVATION": THE DOCTOR OF NURSING PRACTICE; THE INSTITUTE OF MEDICINE ISSUES ITS 2010 REPORT: THE FUTURE OF NURSING: LEADING CHANGE, ADVANCING HEALTH; CONCLUSION. Chapter 2: Emerging Roles of the Advanced Practice NurseEMERGING ROLES OF THE ADVANCED PRACTICE NURSE; SCOPE OF PRACTICE; Regulation of the Advanced Practice Registered Nurse; Clinical Nurse Specialist; Ambiguity and the Clinical Nurse Specialist Role; Nurse Practitioner; Changing Roles for the Primary Care Nurse Practitioner; Nurse Practitioners in the Community; Nurse Practitioners in Transitional Care Settings; The Psychiatric/Mental Health Nurse Practitioner; Women's Health Nurse Practitioners; Acute Care Nurse Practitioner; The Acute Care Nurse Practitioner in Pediatric Settings. Adult Acute Care Nurse PractitionersAcute Care Nurse Practitioners in Specialty Practices; Care of the Elderly; Nurse-Midwifery; Primary Care Focus in Nurse-Midwifery; Issues Related to Primary Care Practice; Nurse-Midwife as First Assistant for Cesarean Section; Nurse Anesthetist; FUTURE DIRECTIONS FOR ADVANCED PRACTICE NURSES; Chapter 3: Role Development: A Theoretical Perspective; A THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVE ON ROLE: AN OVERVIEW; ROLE DEVELOPMENT; Reference Groups; Socialization; Role Acquisition; Socialization Deficits; STRESS AND STRAIN; Antecedents of Stress and Strain. Classifying Role StressResponding to Role Strain; Managing Role Strain; CONCLUSION; Chapter 4: Education for Advanced Practice; BACKGROUND: MASTER'S PREPARATION FOR APRNS CONTINUES; THE RISE OF THE DOCTOR OF NURSING PRACTICE AS AN ALTERNATIVE; THE PHD IN NURSING: THE FUTURE IS UNCERTAIN; THE RAPID EMERGENCE OF THE DOCTOR OF NURSING PRACTICE DEGREE; COMPELLING ARGUMENTS FOR AND AGAINST THE DOCTOR OF NURSING PRACTICE DEGREE; TENSION BETWEEN THE DNP AND PhD: NECESSARY GROWING PAINS?; MSN, DNP, AND PhD PRACTICE: PERSPECTIVES FROM AN APRN WITH ALL THREE DEGREES. Thoughts on the MSN, PhD, and DNP Al RundioMy New Role: Chairing a DrNP Program; SUMMARY: THE FUTURE OF NURSING EDUCATION FOR ADVANCED PRACTICE, A NEW VISION; Chapter 5: Global Perspectives on Advanced Nursing Practice; INTRODUCTION; THE ROLE OF THE INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL OF NURSES; ADVANCED NURSING PRACTICE: A GROWING GLOBAL PRESENCE; CHALLENGES AND CONTROVERSY; An Uncertain Identity Contributing to Poor Role Clarification; Proliferation of Titles; Lack of Recognition by Others in the Health-Care System; Varied Levels of Autonomy.|