Seynor Massalee Kennedy
Compared and contrasted the roles of the NP, nurse educator, nurse informaticist, and nurse administrator in advanced practice nursing pertaining to clinical practice, primary care, education, administration, and research.
Advanced practice of nursing (APN) is a direct/indirect care individual who cares for patients and manages individuals and the community, nursing and health care organizations, administrations, and the growth and application of health policy by using various forms of nursing intervention to change the outcome of health care (AACN, 2006).
APN is a patient-focused range of competencies …show more content…
Knowledge for the nurse executive includes clinical, evidence based practice, knowledge, delivery models, economics and policy of healthcare, governance, promote patient safety, evaluate performance and improvement and provide risk management. In Leadership, the nurse executive provides foundational and systematic knowledge, development of the leadership succession plan, and adjust leadership style to the situation. The nurse executive uses business skills for financial management, human resource, strategic and information and technology management. While, professionalism for a nurse executive includes self-accountability, career planning ethics and advocacy (AONE, …show more content…
In addition, assessment of nursing care data on variables can also be captured in the technological system (NONPF, 2012). Policy Competencies
The NP assesses the connection between issues affecting community health, literacy, poverty, violence and advocates for health and the improvement of healthcare delivery, individually or collaboratively by forming strategies to influence legislation(NONPF, 2012).
Health Delivery System Competencies
Health and delivery is enhanced by the NP use of organizational practices and complex systems knowledge to effect changes in healthcare through negotiating, partnership and consensus. Patient and providers risks are reduced at the system and individual level while facilitating healthcare system development addressing providers, population, diverse cultural and stakeholders needs. Furthermore, the NP forms collaboration for transitions over care continuum(NONPF, 2012).
The NP uses ethical principles while making decisions to complicated individual, community and systems of care issues while evaluating the ethical repercussion of the decision(NONPF, 2012).