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PEER:Hi Karla,I enjoyed your post and agree with you, leadership is an essential part of nursing. The NPs role is no different. That is why a Leadership course is so important to the curriculum. “Leadership in nursing is a complex and multifaceted role, and visionary nursing leaders are needed to improve the future of the nursing profession and to effectively deliver quality patient care” (Schub & Holle, 2016, para. 1). NPs have come a long way but there is still work to be done. Autonomy and unity in practice is needed in each state. Even though the Institute of Medicine and the National Council for State Boards of Nursing recommended NPs have full practice authority, over 25 states continueto dictate reduced or restricted practice. NPs need to continue to bring their knowledge and skills not only to their place of work but also to the community to help improve the health of the population. NPs should use their leadership skills to advocate for interprofessionl collaboration because it has been proven to provide quality patient care. However, interprofessional collaboration does not mean the NP should not have the ability to practice independently. NPs must continue working together to enact the much needed changes within the healthcare system. Good luck in all your future classes! Schub, T. B., & Holle, M. O. (2016). Nursing leadership and the future of nursing.CINAHL Nursing Guide. ?url=?direct=true&db=nup&AN=T903554&site=eds-live&scope=site
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