Browns Framework for Advanced Practice Nursing Oberle and Allen Shuler Model of

Browns framework for advanced practice nursing oberle

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Brown’s Framework for Advanced Practice NursingOberle and AllenShuler Model of Nurse Practitioner PracticeBall and Cox TheoryPractice Models for APNsAACN Synergy ModelDunphy and Winland-Brown Circle of CaringAdvanced Practice Professional Organizational PerspectivesAPRN Consensus Model for regulation: Licensure, Accreditation, Certification, Education (LACE)American Nurses AssociationAmerican Association of Colleges of NursingNational Organization of Nurse Practitioner FacultiesNational Association of Clinical Nurse SpecialistsAmerican Association of Nurse AnesthetistsAmerican College of Nurse-MidwivesInternational OrganizationsPractice settings, population foci, scope of practice for each APRN roleNew innovative roles – educator, administrator, informaticsCompetencies of Advanced Practice NursingoEthical principles related to practice and decision makingoDirect clinical practice
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oCoach DefinitionoLeadershipoDefinitionoCharacteristicsoLeadership theories (list these)oLeadership styles (list these)oImplementation strategiesoChange theoryEvidence-based practice (EBP)Levels of evidenceSteps of APN core competency EBPAppraisal of evidenceIntegrating EBPRandomized Control TrialCollaborationAPN advocate roleAdvanced Practice Roles and OperationsoRecognized APRN rolesoClinical nurse specialistoNurse practitioner (primary care; acute care)oCertified nurse midwifeoCertified registered nurse anesthetistScope and standards of practiceLeadership development plan for practiceKey Components of Managing Advanced Practice EnvironmentsoCertification requirements for each roleoCertifying organizationsoRegulatory and legal requirementsoCredentialing, privileging, and prescriptive AuthorityoHealth policyoConsulting relationshipsoBusiness practicesoMarketing and negotiationoPractice culture and team building5002 (Theory)FoundationsHistory and evolution of nursing scienceKnowledge developmentStructure and function of theoryRelationship of Theory to practice and researchMiddle range theoriesJean Watson theory of human caringImogene King Conceptual systemTheory of Goal AttainmentGrand theories Newman’s theory of healthLeininger’s theory of culture careConceptual modelsNola Pender’s Health Promotion ModelNon-nursing theoriesHealth Related-Quality of life
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Humanistic Learning TheoryBehaviorist Learning TheoryCognitive Learning TheoryConceptual-Theoretical-EmpiricalApplication to Nursing practiceTheory analysis and evaluationSelecting a theoryPICOT acronymJohnson’s Behavioral Systems Model5003 (Pathophysiology)Physiology and pathophysiology across the life spanGeriatricAdultPediatricGenetics/GenomicsNormal Physiology vs. Pathologic Changes in Common Health Alterations Cellular responsePhysiologic and Psychological Response to Illness
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