By Joan M. Stanley
The third version of this AJN Book-of-the-Year Award winner prepares graduate nurses to satisfy the demanding situations of perform this present day and to take management roles sooner or later. From its old roots to modern issues and tendencies, the writer strains the improvement of the complicated perform nursing function and articulates the most important concerns dealing with practitioners this day.
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30), she was not given membership in the medical society because she was a nurse. According to Garde,25 Magaw administered anesthesia, was a meticulous data collector, and wrote articles. One of her studies was included in the Collected Papers by the Staff of St. Mary’s Hospital, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota, 1905–1909. 24 A year later, the St. Paul Medical Journal published Magaw’s update of the year’s work, and in 1906, Magaw published another review of more than 14,000 successful anesthesia cases.
All faculty must transition the NP curriculum to meet the program criteria delineated in the Consensus Model. These criteria include three courses for the 3Ps and preparation in the NP role across the health-wellness-illness continuum in at least one of the six population foci: family/ individual across the life span, adult-gerontology, neonatal, pediatrics, women’s health– gender-related, and psychiatric–mental health. , pediatric, adult-gerontology, or neonatal). , oncology or diabetes) will not be regulated but will require additional knowledge and expertise in a more discrete area of clinical practice.
Distance education has enabled nurses who do not have or are unable to access graduate education to advance their education and career using electronic technology to facilitate their education in the geographical location in which they work and live. Regardless of the method of delivery, NP educators must continue to provide the highest quality education, implement curricula redesign, and develop new evaluation methods that adhere to national regulations and guidelines. In 2008, two important documents were published.