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Role Development for Doctoral Advanced Nursing Practice : SPRINGER - Heyward Michael Dreher

Role Development for Doctoral Advanced Nursing Practice

SPRINGER

Paperback Published: 15th December 2010
ISBN: 9780826105561
Number Of Pages: 256

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Functioning as both a graduate textbook and a professional resource, Role Development for Doctoral Advanced Nursing Practice explores the historical and evolving role of the doctorally-prepared Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN). Because the role of the DNP graduate is evolving, the primary authors and contributing authors of this text present positions and reflective responses that represent a diverse range of current views on the DNP role and the diverse 'ideals' of what the role of the doctorally-prepared APRN should be. This is also the first text to market that exclusively examines the evolving and expanding role functions of the DNP graduate.

Too often, nursing texts offer the sole view of the author. This one uniquely does not. The highlight of this text is the two-part chapter organization that presents the chapter content followed by a Reflective Response, which is commentary that may counter or support the opinions of the chapter author. Each Reflective Response is written by well-known DNP leaders representing the diverse roles and experience of academics, administrators and practitioners. This innovative chapter presentation is bound to provide for more stimulating classroom discussion. This work is stimulating and possibly provocative, but in the end is a well-rounded, landmark presentation of a wide range of topics surrounding education of the DNP, the core competencies and the unfolding DNP role development. It is a 'must have' text for use in all DNP role development courses and courses covering contemporary DNP degree issues Each of the textbook's sections thoroughly covers important aspects of role development:

Section I: provides background information on the evolution of the DNP degree; essential content on role theory; what nursing "roles" are and how they evolved; and a discussion of how masters versus doctoral level advanced nursing practices differ
Section II: focuses on the four basic roles of the DNP graduate which currently predominate: practitioner, clinical executive, educator, and clinical trials research scientist, as well as the role of the clinical scholar which each graduate is expected to be
Section III: covers the diverse skills that comprise the doctoral APRN role; including leadership content, negotiation skills, and leveraging technology to support doctoral advanced level practice; debate over the DNP Exam; discussion of DNP grads using the title "Dr"; and how the doctoral APRN can use their new competencies to function at a higher level

Contributorsp. xi
Forewordp. xvii
Prefacep. xix
Acknowledgmentsp. xxi
List of Reviewersp. xxiii
Historical and Theoretical Foundations for Role Delineation in Doctoral Advanced Nursing Practicep. 1
Introductionp. 1
The Historical and Political Path of Doctoral Nursing Education to the Doctor of Nursing Practice Degreep. 7
Reflective Responsep. 44
Role Theory and the Evolution of Professional Roles in Nursingp. 47
Reflective Responsep. 66
The Evolution of Advanced Practice Nursing Rolesp. 69
Reflective Response 1p. 91
Reflective Response 2p. 96
How Doctoral-Level Advanced Practice Roles Differ From Masters-Level Advanced Practice Nursing Rolesp. 99
Reflective Response 1p. 114
Reflective Response 2p. 117
Reflective Response 3p. 120
Primary and Secondary Contemporary Roles for Doctoral Advanced Nursing Practicep. 123
The Role of the Practitionerp. 123
Reflective Responsep. 136
The Role of the Clinical Executivep. 141
Reflective Responsep. 157
The Role of the Educatorp. 161
Reflective Responsep. 177
The Role of the Clinical Scientistp. 181
Reflective Responsep. 196
The Clinical Scholar Role in Doctoral Advanced Nursing Practicep. 199
Reflective Responsep. 207
Operationalizing Role Functions of Doctoral Advanced Nursing Practicep. 213
Role Strain in the Doctorally Prepared Advanced Practice Nurse: The Experiences of Doctor of Nursing Practice Graduates in their Current Professional Positionsp. 213
Reflective Responsep. 227
Career Development Strategies to Support Nurses Engaged in Doctoral Advanced Nursing Practice: Understanding Trends and Mining Opportunitiesp. 231
Reflective Responsep. 242
Leadership and the DNP-Educated Nurse Executive: Revisiting the AACN's Eight Essential Competenciesp. 245
Reflective Responsep. 257
Executive Coaching to Support Doctoral Role Transitions and Promote Leadership Consciousnessp. 261
Reflective Responsep. 277
Leveraging Technology to Support Doctoral Advanced Nursing Practicep. 281
Reflective Response 1p. 300
Reflective Response 2p. 305
Negotiation Skills for Doctoral Advanced Nursing Practicep. 307
Reflective Responsep. 319
Seeking Lifelong Mentorship and Menteeship in the Doctoral Advanced Nursing Practice Rolep. 323
Reflective Responsep. 341
Interdisciplinary and Interprofessional Collaboration: Essential for the Doctoral Advanced Practice Nursep. 345
Reflective Responsep. 351
A New Level of Advocacy for Nurses in the Doctoral Advanced Nursing Practice Rolep. 357
Reflective Responsep. 364
The Doctor of Nursing Practice Graduate and the Use of the Title "Doctor"p. 369
Reflective Response 1p. 384
Reflective Response 2p. 388
Enhancing the Doctoral Advanced Practice Nursing Role with Reflective Practicep. 393
Reflective Responsep. 403
Enhancing a Doctor of Nursing Practice Degree with a Mandatory Study-Abroad Programp. 405
Reflective Responsep. 420
The New DNP Certification Exam: Yes? No? You Decidep. 423
Reflective Response 1p. 432
Reflective Response 2p. 435
Advising Doctor of Nursing Practice "Clinicians" How Their Role Will Evolve with a Practice Doctorate: Perspectives from a 30-Year Nurse Practitionerp. 439
Reflective Responsep. 449
Today, Tomorrow, and in the Future: What Roles are Next for Nurses Engaged in Doctoral Advance Nursing Practice?p. 453
Reflective Responsep. 470
Indexp. 475
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ISBN: 9780826105561
ISBN-10: 0826105564
Series: SPRINGER
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 256
Published: 15th December 2010
Publisher: Springer Publishing Co Inc
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 25.4 x 17.8  x 2.03
Weight (kg): 0.86

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