DNP Role Development for Doctoral Advanced Nursing Practice

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Author: Valerie T. Cotter Michael D. Dahnke Mary Ellen Smith Glasgow H. Michael Dreher

Category: Medicine

Book Format: Paperback / softback

Publisher: SPRINGER PUBLISHING COMPANY

ISBN: 9780826181367

RRP: $177.00

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Provides important new content on specific ethical, leadership, and advocacy capabilities that advance the DNP role in nursing practice This core text for the DNP curriculum encompasses all facets of the evolving advanced practice role including diverse professional opportunities and options for career advancement. With ten completely new ……

Provides important new content on specific ethical, leadership, and advocacy capabilities that advance the DNP role in nursing practice This core text for the DNP curriculum encompasses all facets of the evolving advanced practice role including diverse professional opportunities and options for career advancement. With ten completely new chapters, the third edition conveys the latest developments in doctoral-level capabilities, including the specific ethical, leadership, and advocacy components that advance these roles. New content addresses health equity, role negotiation, ethical and leadership dilemmas for the clinician, and the preceptor role in relation to doctoral-level advanced practice. Considering the predominance of students seeking the Nurse Practitioner role, the book emphasizes the clinical context for the DNP along with the new AACN Domain of Professionalism. There also are contributions from Nurse Midwives, Nurse Anesthetists, Clinical Nurse Specialists, and DNPs in the Nurse Educator role. The text is distinguished by distinctive Reflective Responses to the authors of all chapters. These may be characterized as a Point-Counterpoint feature–consisting of commentaries by scholars of varying points of view–that stimulates substantive critical dialogue. It examines the role of evidence–both practice-based evidence and evidence-based practice–in the context of clinical problems and policy formation and focuses on how the doctoral advanced prepared nurse can discriminate, translate, and sometimes generate new nursing evidence. The text addresses the need for both forms of evidence and underscores the importance of innovative healthcare intervention models. Included is practical information illustrated with examples geared for both BSN-DNP students and MSN-DNP students. Content on the DNP/PhD double doctorate and the impact of DNP leadership on organizations further examines the relationship between nursing practice, education, and science. Purchase includes online access via most mobile devices or computers. New to the Third Edition: Ten new chapters, including coverage of: COVID-19; BSN-DNP Trajectories; Practice-Based Evidence and Evidence-Based Practice; Health Equity; Role Negotiation, Ethical, Leadership, and Advocacy Roles; and 2021 AACN Essentials Expanded roles and content for students of varying experience levels Emphasis on the new AACN Domain of Professionalism throughout Key Features: Focuses on DNP role development with extensive contributions by leading DNP scholars and clinicians Delivers Reflective Responses in a Point-Counterpoint format to stimulate vigorous class discussion Provides critical thinking questions throughout including Reflective Response

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