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Title Role development for doctoral advanced nursing practice / [edited by] H. Michael Dreher, Mary Ellen Smith Glasgow ; foreword by Bernadette Mazurek Melnyk
Published New York : Springer Pub. Co., ©2011


Description 1 online resource (xxiii, 488 pages) : illustrations
Contents The historical and political path of doctoral nursing education to the doctor of nursing practice degree / Dreher -- Role theory and the evolution of professional roles in nursing / Dreher and Uribe -- The evolution of advanced practice nursing roles / Gardner, Posmontier, and Conti -- How doctoral-level advanced practice roles differ from masters-level advanced practice nursing roles / Montgomery and Byrne -- The role of the practitioner / Bellini and Cusson -- The role of the clinical executive / Talbert and Dennison -- The role of the educator / Wittman-Price, Waite, and Woda -- The role of the clinical scientist / Dreher, Jones, and Gifford-Hollingsworth -- The clinical scholar role in doctoral advanced nursing practice / Gonzalez and Esperat -- Role strain in the doctorally prepared advanced practice nurse : the experiences of doctor of nursing practice graduates in their current professional positions / Smith Glasgow and Zoucha -- Career development strategies to support nurses engaged in doctoral advanced nursing practice : understanding trends and mining opportunities / Smith Glasgow and Donnelly -- Leadership and the DNP-educated nurse executive : revisiting the AACN's eight essential competencies / Rundio and Scott -- Executive coaching to support doctoral role transitions and promote leadership consciousness / Weinstock and Smith Glasgow
Leveraging technology to support doctoral advanced nursing practice / Cornelius, Childs, and Wilson -- Negotiation skills for doctoral advanced nursing practice / Lachman and Vermey -- Seeking lifelong mentorship and menteeship in the doctoral advanced nursing practice role / Waite and Nardi -- Interdisciplinary and interprofessional collaboration : essential for the doctoral advanced practice nurse / Novak -- A new level of advocacy for nurses in the doctoral advanced nursing practice role / Ward -- The doctor of nursing practice graduate and the use of the title "doctor" / Oldfield -- Enhancing the doctoral advanced practice nursing role with reflective practice / Stew -- Enhancing a doctor of nursing practice degree with a mandatory study-abroad program / Dreher [and others] -- The new DNP certification exam : Yes? No? You decide / Posmontier -- Advising doctor of nursing practice "clinicians" : how their role will evolve with a practice doctorate : perspectives from a 30-year nurse practitioner / Bloch -- Today, tomorrow, and in the future : what roles are next for nurses engaged in doctoral advance nursing practice? / Dreher and Smith Glasgow
Summary "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 practi
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes English
Print version record
Subject Nurse practitioners.
Nursing -- Study and teaching (Graduate)
Vocational guidance.
Advanced Practice Nursing -- education
Advanced Practice Nursing -- trends
Career Choice
Education, Nursing, Graduate -- trends
Nurse's Role
Nurse Clinicians
Nurse Practitioners
Vocational Guidance
vocational guidance.
MEDICAL -- Nursing -- Medical & Surgical.
MEDICAL -- Nursing -- Reference.
Vocational guidance.
Nurse practitioners.
Nursing -- Study and teaching (Graduate)
Form Electronic book
Author Dreher, Heyward Michael
Glasgow, Mary Ellen Smith
LC no. 2010048494
ISBN 9780826105578