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NSG6006 Study Guide5000 (Roles)History and Developmental Aspects of Advanced Practice NursingDefinition of advanced practice nurse (APN) History of APN movement Evolution of the APN role Four recognized APN roles oClinical nurse specialist oNurse practitioner (primary care; acute care) oCertified nurse midwife oCertified registered nurse anesthetist Essentials of masters and doctoral education for APNs Core competencies of practice Practice environments, regulation, reimbursement Scope of practice Development of the APN role-novice to expert theory (add theories and models) Dreyfus model: Novice to Expert Skill Acquisition Model Role Concepts: Role ambiguity Role incongruity Role conflict Interprofessional role conflict Role transition Role stress Role implementation Mentoring Conceptual models for APNs Conceptualization barriers Hamric’s Integrative Model Fenton and Brykczynski’s Expert Practice Domains Calkin’s Model of Advanced Practice Nursing Brown’s Framework for Advanced Practice Nursing Oberle and Allen Shuler Model of Nurse Practitioner Practice Ball and Cox Theory Practice Models for APNs AACN Synergy Model Dunphy and Winland-Brown Circle of Caring Advanced Practice Professional Organizational Perspectives
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