In 2004, the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) and accrediting agencies sought to develop uniform standardization of education, accreditation, licensure, and certification across the advanced practice arena. The Consensus Model for APRN Regulation, Licensure, Accreditation, Certification and Education separated the APRNs into four distinct roles: certified nurse practitioners (CNPs), clinical nurse specialists (CNSs), certified registered nurse anesthetists (CRNAs), and certified nurse midwives (CNMs), and in at least one of six population foci: family/individual across the lifespan, adult-gerontology, neonatal, pediatrics, women’s health/gender-related, or psychiatric/mental health (Consensus Model). However, the nurse leader and the nurse educator are missing from the four identified roles. Some experts believe that the nurse leader and the nurse educator roles are advanced practice nurse role while others do not.
Explore the pros and cons for identifying the nurse leader and nurse educator roles as advanced practice nurses.
Based on the evidence from your research and resources, state if you agree or disagree on these roles meeting advanced practice nurse statue.
Discuss the rationale for your decision and support with evidence.
Booth, T.L., Emerson, C.J., Christi, J., Hackney, M.G.,
Discussion Question 1 – The Nurse Practice Act in your State for Advanced Practice
Week 3: Discussion Question 1 – The Nurse Practice Act in your State for Advanced Practice
Are NPs able to practice independently in the state?
Based on the practice restrictions in your state, what are one or two identified barriers to NP practice?
Does your state require NPs to have a collaboration or supervisory agreement with a physician?
Does your state require ‘residency’ hours with a physician or NP before the NP can practice independently? How many hours? Do you support having residency hours as a requirement to independent practice?
Due: Thursday, 11:59 pm PT
Length: A minimum of 250 words, not including references
Citations: At least one high-level scholarly reference in APA from within the last 5 years
Due: Monday, 11:59 pm PT
Number: A Minimum of 2 to Peer Posts, at least one on a different day than the main post
Length: A minimum of 150 words per post, not including references
Citations: At least one high-level scholarly reference in APA per post from within the last 5 years
Discussion: Respond to Posts in Your Own Thread
See USU NUR Discussion Board Rubric for additional details and point weighting.
Week 4 Nursing 497; Nursing Philosiphy
Nursing Assignment Help Submit a one-page paper in APA Style that explains your personal nursing philosophy, your view of health, your growth in critical thinking, and your future role as a nurse. Include your view of health and your thoughts on your future role as a nurse.
Review the rubric for more information on how your assignment will be graded.
RubricRubric: Nursing Philosophy
Rubric: Nursing Philosophy
CriteriaRatingsPtsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeEffects on Health
10 to >8.9 ptsThe student provides a thoughtful, descriptive explanation of their beliefs on health.
8.9 to >7.5 ptsThe student provides a general explanation of their beliefs on health. Details may be missing and some ideas expressed may be generic, popular opinion, or impersonal.
7.5 to >5.9 ptsThe student provides a vague or unclear explanation of their beliefs on health. Details are missing and one does not get a sense of the student’s beliefs on health.
5.9 to >0 ptsThe student does not provide personal beliefs on health.
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomePersonal Nursing Philosophy Content
10 to >8.9 ptsThe student provides a thoughtful, descriptive personal nursing philosophy. The student includes multiple details to support their thoughts and reasons.
8.9 to >7.5 ptsThe student provides a satisfactory, descriptive personal nursing philosophy but some ideas are underdeveloped or vague. The student includes minimal detail to support their thoughts and reasons. Ideas may be generic, popular opinion, or impersonal.
7.5 to >5.9 ptsThe student provides a vague or incoherent personal nursing philosophy. The student does not include details to support their thoughts and reasons. Ideas may be confusing or incomplete.
5.9 to >0 ptsThe student does not include a personal nursing philosophy.
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeOrganization/Composition
5 to >4.45 ptsThe assignment is organized in a clear, concise, formal, and well-organized manner. Writing is sophisticated and word choice is thoughtful and professional.
4.45 to >3.75 ptsMost of the writing is clear and organized, but there may be one or two instances where it is not. Most word choice is thoughtful and professional.
3.75 to >2.95 ptsThe writing lacks clarity, conciseness, and organization in many places. Some of the word choice does not reflect professionalism.
2.95 to >0 ptsThe paper is unfocused or contains serious errors with organization. The paper lacks professionalism.
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAPA Style and Mechanics
5 to >4.45 ptsThe student uses APA Style accurately and consistently. The assignment meets all formatting requirements (length and style). Punctuation, spelling, and capitalization are all correct. There are minimal to no errors.
4.45 to >3.75 ptsThe students uses APA Style but there are 1–2 errors. The assignment meets most formatting requirements (length and style). Punctuation, spelling, and capitalization are generally correct with only 3-4 errors.
3.75 to >2.95 ptsThe student reflects incomplete knowledge of APA Style and there are 3-4 errors. Teh assignment meets half of the formatting requirements (length and style). Errors in punctuation, spelling, and capitalization detract from the readability of the assignment.
2.95 to >0 ptsMechanical errors significantly interfere with the readability of the paper. No attempt to follow the required format is indicated. There are many distracting errors in punctuation, spelling, and capitalization.
Total Points: 30
Critical Question: Is Self-Care A Health Care Need?
Practice Problem: Poor Selfcare
Part 1: Literature Review (10 scholarly articles)
Using the Walden Library as your source, search to select at least 10 scholarly articles that represent current literature (i.e., published within the previous 5 years) with evidence that addresses your critical question and could inform a practice change initiative for quality improvement. Using the Individual Evidence Summary Tool template document attached, complete all sections for each article.
Jiang, X., Walker, K.,