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Author Dreher, H. Michael
Title Role Development for Doctoral Advanced Nursing Practice
Imprint New York : Springer Publishing Company, 2010
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Descript 1 online resource (505 pages)
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Note Intro -- Doctoral Advanced Nursing Practice -- Doctoral Advanced Nursing Practice -- Contents -- Contributors -- Foreword -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- List of Reviewers -- The Historical and Political Path of Doctoral Nursing Education to the Doctor of Nursing Practice Degree -- Introduction -- Background -- The Evolution of the Need for the Nurse with a Doctorate -- Then: The Doctoral-Prepared Nurse Emerges from a Miniscule Pool -- Now: The Dwindling Supply of Nursing Faculty with the PhD -- The Second Professional Doctorate in Nursing: The ND Degree -- The Contemporary Practice Doctorate Movement: DNP (Mostly) and DrNP -- The AACN's Early Developmental Work on the DNP Degree -- The AACN's 2015 Position and the Rush Begins -- Where We Stand Now: A New Degree, Progress, and Unresolved Issues -- Progress -- Unresolved Issues -- International Implications for the Doctor of Nursing Practice Degree -- Summary -- Notes -- References -- CHAPTER ONE: Reflective Response -- References -- Critical Thinking Questions -- Role Theory and the Evolution of Professional Roles in Nursing -- Introduction -- Role and Role Theory in the Profession of Nursing -- Roles in the Profession -- Role and Its Meaning for New DNP Graduates -- Sociological Schools of Thought on Roles -- Emergence of Professional Roles in Nursing: Rising from the Toil of Public Health Nurses -- The Impact of Nightingale -- The Nightingale Influence -- The Nightingale Nursing Model Becomes ''Americanized'' -- The Toil and Contribution of Public Health Nurses to Nursing -- Nursing's Role in the Public's Health -- Physicians Emerged Dominant Over Nurses in Public Health Role -- The Public Health Nurse: More Specialized and More Professional? -- The Federal Reclassification of Nursing Changes the Profession -- The Emergence of the Recognized Professionalism of Nursing
Nursing's Status Post-World War II-The 1960s -- Summary -- Notes -- References -- CHAPTER TWO: Reflective Response -- Notes -- References -- Critical Thinking Questions -- The Evolution of Advanced Practice Nursing Roles -- Introduction -- Development of the Nurse Midwife Role -- Development of the Nurse Anesthetist Role -- Development of the Nurse Practitioner Role -- Development of the Clinical Nurse Specialist Role -- Unification of APRN Education, Regulation, and Practice -- Consensus Model and Lace -- Uniqueness Of APRN ''Practice'' -- APRN Practice Outcomes -- APRN Current And Future Outcomes -- Summary: From Silos to Common Vision -- References -- CHAPTER THREE: Reflective Response 1 -- Introduction -- Ongoing Issues -- What is the Coalition for Patients' Rights? -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- CHAPTER THREE: Reflective Response 2 -- References -- Critical Thinking Questions -- How Doctoral-Level Advanced Practice Roles Differ From Masters-Level Advanced Practice Nursing Roles -- Introduction -- The Emergence of the Doctor of Nursing Practice Degree -- The MSN Advanced Practice Nurse: One is Satisfied, One Wants More -- EXHIBIT 4.1 -- chap41 -- chap42 -- chap43 -- chap44 -- chap45 -- chap46 -- chap47 -- chap48 -- The DNP APRN: The One Who Wants More -- Case I: A Women's Health Nurse Practitioner Who Wanted More -- Case II: One Oncology Nurse's Story: From RN-to-BSN-to-CNS-to-FNP-to-DrNP! -- Summary -- Notes -- References -- CHAPTER FOUR: Reflective Response 1 -- References -- CHAPTER FOUR: Reflective Response 2 -- Introduction -- Educational Disparity -- Titling and Certification -- Return on Investment -- Summary -- Notes -- References -- CHAPTER FOUR: Reflective Response 3 -- Reference -- Critical Thinking Questions -- The Role of the Practitioner -- Introduction -- Evolving Academic Preparation for the Practitioner
The DNP: Degree or Role? -- The Arrival of the Doctorally Prepared NP: Is it Different from the MS-Prepared NP? -- Closing MS-Level NP Programs: Potential Pitfalls -- Variability among DNP Programs: To what Extent are DNP Programs Producing Clinicians who are Distinctly Different from MS-Prepared NPs? -- The Concept of Scholarship and the DNP Essentials -- Do we need Additional Certification to Indicate ''Doctoral Advanced Practice Nursing''? -- The Essentials: Still Relevant? -- Summary -- References -- CHAPTER FIVE: Reflective Response -- References -- Critical Thinking Questions -- The Role of the Clinical Executive -- Introduction: Supply, Demand, and Preparation Of A Clinical Executive-Why is It Important? -- Definition of A Clinical Executive -- AACN Essentials of Doctoral Education for Advanced Nursing Practice -- The DNP Clinical Executive Practica: A Critical Element -- Comparison of The Essentials of Master'S Education and Essentials of Doctoral Education for Advanced Nursing Practice -- Nurse Executive Preparation: The DNP Versus Other Degree Options -- American Organization of Nurse Executives Nurse Executive Competencies -- Future Perspectives -- A Pioneer's Perspective: A Graduate From The Nation's First DNP Program -- Summary -- Note -- References -- CHAPTER SIX: Reflective Response -- Critical Thinking Questions -- The Role of the Educator -- Introduction -- Case Study: A DNP-Prepared Nurse Midwife Goes into Academia -- The Practice of ''The Nurse Educator'' -- Nursing Accrediting Bodies' View of The DNP/Educator Role -- DNP Students: Essentials and Competencies -- Redefining ''Practice'' to Include The Domain of The Nurse Educator -- Certification for Nurse Educators -- Pedagogical Education for Nurse Educators -- The DNP Degree and Tenure -- DOCTOR OF NURSING PRACTICE Curricula Today -- Where We Stand Now -- Summary -- Note
References -- CHAPTER SEVEN: Reflective Response -- Introduction -- Experience of One Dnp-Prepared Faculty -- The Practice of ''The Nurse Educator'' -- Summary: Trends and Nursing Organizations -- Note -- References -- Critical Thinking Questions -- The Role of the Clinical Scientist -- Introduction -- Need for this Innovative Role: Evolution of the Clinical Trials Nurse -- A Unique Doctoral Advanced Practice Nursing Role at Drexel University -- The Clinical Scholar in Nursing and Health Research: The Clinical Scientist -- Perspectives from Two Clinical Scientist Track Students -- Case I: The Role of a Clinical Research Nurse Coordinator -- Case II: An Enhanced Focus on Clinical Nursing Research -- Outline placeholder -- Proposed Clinical Study & Clinical Problem -- Summary of DrNP Clinical Scientist Proposed Clinical Study -- Networking and the Socialization of the Clinical Nursing Scientist -- Summary -- Notes -- References -- CHAPTER EIGHT: Reflective Response -- References -- Critical Thinking Questions -- The Clinical Scholar Role in Doctoral Advanced Nursing Practice -- Introduction -- How is Clinical Scholarship Defined? -- How Should Clinical Scholarship Differ Between the Traditional MSN-Prepared APN and the DNP APN? -- How is Expertise in the Use of Evidence-Based Practice Achieved? -- Is Action Research Oriented for DNP Clinical Scholarship? -- What is the Role of Practice Doctorate Clinical Nursing Scholars in Dissemination? -- Summary: the Future of the DNP Clinical Scholar -- References -- CHAPTER NINE: Reflective Response -- Note -- References -- Critical Thinking Questions -- Role Strain in the Doctorally Prepared Advanced Practice Nurse -- Introduction -- DNP Role Descriptions -- The DNP-Educated Practitioner -- The DNP-Educated Clinical Executive -- The DNP-Educated Educator -- The DNP-Educated Clinical Scientist
A Study is Conducted: ''The Experiences of DNPs in Their Current Professional Positions'' -- Purpose and Significance of the Study -- Research Design and Procedures -- Instruments -- Informant Recruitment and Informed Consent -- Collection of Data and Method of Data Analysis -- Findings -- Theme 1: Context of the DNP Role -- Theme 2: Feelings of Confidence and Empowerment in the Role as a DNP -- Theme 3: Finding My Way by Finding and Responding to Opportunity -- Discussion and Conclusions of Study -- Summary -- References -- CHAPTER TEN: Reflective Response -- References -- Critical Thinking Questions -- Career Development Strategies to Support Nurses Engaged in Doctoral Advanced Nursing Practice -- Introduction -- DNP: Advanced Practice Evolving -- The Perfect Storm -- The DNP: Disruptive Innovation Reconsidered -- Personal Readiness Strategies in Planning a Career Trajectory -- Case I: A DNP Graduate Goes into Academia -- Case II: A DNP Graduate Remains in Practice -- Putting it all Together: Final Suggestions -- Summary -- References -- CHAPTER ELEVEN: Reflective Response -- References -- Critical Thinking Questions -- Leadership and the DNP-Educated Nurse Executive -- Introduction -- Revisiting Our Past -- Masters vs. Doctoral Preparation -- The Landscape for The DNP Curriculum and the Nurse Executive -- So What is Missing in the DNP Nurse Executive Track Curriculum? -- Proposed Essential IX: Strategic Management -- Proposed Essential X: Succession Planning -- Summary -- Note -- References -- CHAPTER TWELVE: Reflective Response -- References -- Critical Thinking Questions -- Executive Coaching to Support Doctoral Role Transitions and Promote Leadership Consciousness -- Introduction -- Transitions in Professional Development -- The Hidden Challenges in Professional Transitions -- The Boundary Challenge -- The Loneliness Challenge
The Competency Challenge
" a unique book that presents [DNP] issues in a relatable and thought-provoking manner.". Bernadette Mazurek Melnyk , PhD, RN, CPNP/PMHNP, FNAP, FAAN. Dean and Distinguished Foundation Professor. Arizona State University College of Nursing & Health Innovation, Phoenix. Member, United States Preventive Services Task Force. Associate Editor, Worldviews on Evidence-based Nursing. From the Foreword. 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
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Dreher, H. Michael Role Development for Doctoral Advanced Nursing Practice New York : Springer Publishing Company,c2010 9780826105561
Subject Nurse practitioners.;Nursing -- Study and teaching (Graduate)
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