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This is the only professional issues-oriented Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) text to fully integrate all eight American Association of Colleges of Nursing DNP competencies into one volume. It defines practice scholarship for the DNP role and facilitates and development of key leadership skills that enable DNP graduates to effectively influence politics and health care policy to improve patient and population health care outcomes.
Table of Contents
|Through the Looking Glass: The Growth and Development of Doctor of Nursing Practice Role|
|Evolution to Revolution: Positioning Advanced Practice to Influence Contemporary Health Care Arenas||p. 3|
|Could the DNP be the "Future" in the Future of Nursing (2011) Report?||p. 19|
|Scholarship and the DNP|
|The Formation of Clinical Scholars: The Generation of Nursing Knowledge from Practice||p. 35|
|Capstone Project: Development, Implementation, Evaluation, and Dissemination||p. 47|
|Nurse Executive and Administration Views of Capstone: System Change||p. 67|
|The Capstone Project: Students' Experiences||p. 87|
|Application of the Essentials to Aprn Role Development|
|A Degree is not a Role: DNP Education and Role Implementation||p. 99|
|Personal Perspectives on Role Integration||p. 111|
|Leadership Skill Set for the Advanced Practice Registered Nurse||p. 125|
|Developing the Leadership Skill Set for the Executive Nurse Leader||p. 137|
|The Scholarship of Practice|
|Evidence-Based Practice: The Scholarship Behind the Practice||p. 149|
|The Scholarship Supporting Leadership, Organizations, and Systems as they Adopt Evidence-Based Practice||p. 165|
|Health Information Technology and the Transformation of Health Care in the 21st Century||p. 187|
|Outcomes Measurement||p. 203|
|Policy, Politics, and the DNP|
|Building the DNP Professional Nursing Community: Reflections and Expectations||p. 219|
|DNPs: Finding Our Voices and Defining Ourselves||p. 233|
|Health Care Economics and Policy: Obstacles and Opportunities for Advanced Practice||p. 245|
|The Critical Need for Global Nursing Leadership||p. 259|
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