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Hurlock-Chorostecki, C., & McCallum, J. (2016). Nurse Practitioner Role Value in Hospitals: New Strategies for Hospital Leaders. Nursing Leadership (1910-622X), 29(3),82-92.Nurse Journal. (2017). Advanced practice nurse fact sheet. Retrieved from Hi Suzette, I enjoyed reviewing your initial posting for part three of the discussion. I also thought that the APRN role of certified nurse practitioner (CNP) would be a great choice for Mary. It was stated in this discussion question that Mary would like to work for a large healthcare system in a clinical setting with patients. Since this is something that she desires, I think that CNP would be a great fit for her. In reviewing various articles pertaining to CNPs, I discovered some information that would be beneficial in sharing regarding the framework for hospital nurse practitioners. The hospital NP framework (HNPP) is a professional practice framework which was created from extensive clinical research consultations with healthcare practitioners of other professions and practicing nurse practitioners (Hurlock-Chorostecki and McCallum, 2016). In my opinion, I think that if Mary decides later in her career that she would like to work in a non-clinical environment as a NP she would be able to make a smooth career change.
Hurlock-Chorostecki, C., & McCallum, J. (2016). Nurse Practitioner Role Value in Hospitals: New Strategies for Hospital Leaders. Nursing Leadership (1910-622X), 29(3),82-92.