Key Components of Managing Advanced Practice Environments o Certification

Key components of managing advanced practice

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Key Components of Managing Advanced Practice EnvironmentsoCertification requirements for each role oCertifying organizations oRegulatory and legal requirements oCredentialing, privileging, and prescriptive Authority oHealth policy oConsulting relationships oBusiness practices oMarketing and negotiation oPractice culture and team building
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5002 (Theory)Foundations History and evolution of nursing science Knowledge development Structure and function of theory Relationship of Theory to practice and research Middle range theories Jean Watson theory of human caring Imogene King Conceptual system Theory of Goal Attainment Grand theories Newman’s theory of health Leininger’s theory of culture care Conceptual models Nola Pender’s Health Promotion Model Non-nursing theories Health Related-Quality of life Humanistic Learning Theory Behaviorist Learning Theory Cognitive Learning Theory Conceptual-Theoretical-Empirical Application to Nursing practice Theory analysis and evaluation Selecting a theory PICOT acronym Johnson’s Behavioral Systems Model 5003 (Pathophysiology)Physiology and pathophysiology across the life span Geriatric Adult Pediatric Genetics/Genomics Normal Physiology vs. Pathologic Changes in Common Health Alterations Cellular response
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