Compare and contrast the advantages and disadvantages for the specialty as it is evolving to the advanced practice level.

blended roles of the CNS and NP, the CNM and the CRNA

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Question1
Our readings this week focused on advanced practice roles that include blended roles of the CNS and NP, the CNM and the CRNA. In addition, you have had the opportunity to consider evolving and innovative roles that are emerging.
For this question, select a specialty (nurse educator, nurse informaticist, nurse administrator, nurse executive, nurse manager, and clinical nurse leader) that you think is in some stage of evolution toward advanced practice or has the potential to evolve. Conduct an Internet search (including the online library as well as specialty organizations) and address the following:
Examine the current stage in the specialty’s evolution.
Describe the reasons why the specialty has the potential to evolve.
Compare and contrast the advantages and disadvantages for the specialty as it is evolving to the advanced practice level.
URLs to assist you in answering this question:
AACN for Nurse Informatics
AACN for Clinical Nurse Leader
ANCC for Nurse Managers
AONE for Nurse Administrators/Executives
NLN for Nurse Educators
Question 2
The nurse administrator is an advanced practice role in nursing, and as such has very distinctive competencies. In addition to basic administrative skills, there are advanced administrative skills that can be acquired in this role:
Gathering information from current literature (your choice), and/or the American Organization of Nurse Executive Competencies, and/or the American Nurses Credentialing Center outline of competencies for nurse managers, compare and contrast the differences between the role of nurse manager, nurse administrator, and nurse executive. Please provide references to the sources that you choose to use.
URLs to assist you in answering this question:
ANCC for Nurse Managers
AONE for Nurse Administrators/Executives
Nurse Administrator/Manager


 

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