NR 510 Week 6 Case Study Discussion Part 2.docx - NR510 week 6 Discussion Part 2Inconsistent regulation of APN role scope prevent a seamless healthcare

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NR510 week 6 Discussion Part 2 Inconsistent regulation of APN role & scope prevent a seamless healthcare system in which APN can practice. Discussion Question: What evidence-based strategies should be implemented to achieve continuity between state regulatory boards? Provide evidence for your response. Topic responses Meghan Mills 8/8/2016 3:38:08 PM Part 2 What evidence-based strategies should be implemented to achieve continuity between state regulatory boards? Provide evidence for your response. The APRN Consensus Model as described in a 2008 report by the APRN Joint Dialogue Group, is a model for APRN regulation & is, “the product of substantial work conducted by the Advanced Practice Nursing Consensus Work Group & the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) APRN Committee” (p. 5). Under the APRN Consensus Model, also known as the APRN Model of Regulation or APRN Regulatory Model, the four roles of an APRN include CRNA, CNM, CNS, or CNP &, “APRNs are educated in one of the four roles & in at least one of six population foci: family/individual across the lifespan, adult-gerontology, neonatal, pediatrics, women’s health/gender- related or psych/mental health” (APRN Joint Dialogue Group, 2008, p. 10). By implementing the APRN Consensus Model at perhaps the federal level, continuity between state regulatory boards may be achieved, “The APRN Regulatory Model applies to all elements of LACE. Each of these elements plays an essential part in the implementation of the model” (APRN Joint Dialogue Group, 2008, p. 7). According to the APRN Consensus Model report from the APRN Joint Dialogue Group (2008), some expectations for LACE include boards of nursing nationwide giving licensure to APRNs in the
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categories of CRNA, CNM, CNS, or CNP within a specific population foci; that the boards of nursing be solely responsible for the licensure of APRNs providing licenses to graduates of accredited graduate programs only, & requiring completion of a national certification examination prior to licensure. The report also states all boards of nursing will license APRNs as, “independent practitioners with no regulatory requirements for collaboration, direction, or supervision” (APRN Joint Dialogue Group, 2008, p. 14). Reference APRN Joint Dialogue Group. (2008). Consensus model for APRN regulation: Licensure, accreditation, certification & education . Retrieved from _2008.pdf Show Less Instructor Duncan reply to Meghan Mills 8/13/2016 12:15:13 AM RE: Part 2 Meghan Yes! Having identical licensure requirements & education st&ards would improve consistency between state boards. Hopefully, this ongoing effort will improve licensure from state to state. Dr. Duncan Show Less Jose DelAcruz 8/9/2016 12:37:24 PM
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Discussion Part Two Hello Dr Duncan & Class Evidence-based strategies to be implemented to achieve continuity between state regulatory boards DeNisco & Barker (2013) assert that, to achieve continuity between regulatory boards
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