Week 3: Discussion Question 2 – Nurse Leaders and Nurse Educators in Advanced Practice Roles: The Debate Unresolved 0 Available on Nov 8. 2022 12:00 AM. Submission restricted before availability starts. Points: 20 I Due Date: Week 3. Day 5 & 7 I CLO: 3 I Grade Category: Discussions
In 2004. the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) and accrediting agencies sought to develop uniform standardization of education. accreditation. licensure. and certification across the advanced practice arena. The Consensus Model for APRN Regulation. Licensure. Accreditation. Certification and Education separated the APRNs into four distinct roles: certified nurse practitioners (CNPs). clinical nurse specialists (CNSs). certified registered nurse anesthetists (CRNAs). and certified nurse midwives (CNMs). and in at least one of six population foci: family/individual across the lifespan. adult-gerontology. neonatal. The APRN Regulation Consensus Model. Licensure. Accreditation. APRNs are classified into four roles based on certification and education: certified nurse practitioners (CNPs), clinical nurse specialists (CNSs), certified registered nurse anesthetists (CRNAs), and certified nurse midwives. as well as in at least one of the six population foci: spanning the lifespan of a family/individual Adult-gerontology and neonatology pediatrics. women’s health/gender-related. or psychiatric/mental health (Consensus Model). However. the nurse leader and the nurse educator are missing from the four identified roles. Some experts believe that the nurse leader and the nurse educator roles are advanced practice nurse role while others do not.
Explore the pros and cons for identifying the nurse leader and nurse educator roles as advanced practice nurses. Based on the evidence from your research and resources. state if you agree or disagree on these roles meeting advanced practice nurse statue. Discuss the rationale for your decision and support with evidence.
Booth. T.L.. Emerson. C.J.. Christi. J.. Hackney. M.G.. & Souter. S. (2016). Preparation of academic nurse educators. Nurse Education in Practice. 19. 54-57. Retrieved from Proquest – USU Library
O’Lynn. C. (2015). Endorsing the Doctor of Nursing practice pathway for nurse educators. Journal of Nursing Education. 54(9). 475-477. Retrieved from Proquest -USU Library
Nurse Leaders and Nurse Educators in Advanced Practice Roles: The Debate Unresolved
Booth, T.L., Emerson, C.J., Christi, J., Hackney, M.G., & Souter, S. (2016). Preparation of academic nurse educators. Nurse Education in Practice, 19, 54-57. Retrieved from Proquest – USU Library
O’Lynn, C. (2015). Endorsing the Doctor of Nursing practice pathway for nurse educators. Journal of Nursing Education, 54(9), 475-477. Retrieved from Proquest – USU Library
National League for Nursing – http://www.nln.org/
American Association Colleges of Nursing – http://www.aacnnursing.org/
AONE Nurse Executive Competencies
Length: A minimum of 250 words, not including references
Citations: At least one high-level scholarly reference in APA from within the last 5 years