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Specialization and credentialing in nursing revisited

Specialization and credentialing in nursing revisited

understanding the issues, advancing the profession

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Published by American Nurses Association in Silver Spring, Md .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nursing specialties,
  • Specialties, Nursing -- standards,
  • Credentialing -- standards

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementMargretta Madden Styles ... [et al.].
    ContributionsStyles, Margretta M., American Nurses Association.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRT86.7 .S78 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16488798M
    ISBN 101558102574
    ISBN 109781558102576
    LC Control Number2008004470

    About 40 boards and centers offer credentialing in various nursing specialties. Among the most prominent are the AACN, the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), the American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP), and the Medical-Surgical Nursing . Executive Director, SON Center for Health Policy and Media Engagement, School of Nursing, The George Washington University - Interim Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, School of Nursing, The George Washington University - ; Research Areas Advanced Practice Nursing Regulation; Health Care Finance and Economics.

    Future Directions of Credentialing Research in Nursing examines short- and long-term strategies to advance research on nurse certification and organizational credentialing. This report summarizes a workshop convened by the Institute of Medicine in September to examine a new framework and research priorities to guide future research on the. Credentialing & Privileging Guidelines for Nurses, Assistant Medical officers & Allied Health Professionals iii CONTENTS NO. ITEMS PAGE 1 Objective 1 2 Overview 1 3 General Principles and Definitions 4 Introducing a Credentialing System 5 Organizational Structure National Credentialing Committee.

    Specialization in Professional Nursing* HILEDGARDE PEPLAU,EdD, RN One of the most important developments in professional nursing is the preparation of clinical specialists. The title dates from , when it was first used, but it is only in.   Through this program, advanced practice providers learn new procedural techniques and renew existing skills for maintenance of credentialing. Meggan tracks procedural and patient outcomes to improve patient safety and quality. Credentials Specialties. Certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner - American Nursing Credentialing Center.


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Specialization and Credentialing in Nursing Revisited: Understanding the Issues, Advancing the Profession This book sheds light on a recurring issue in nursing: the specialization and credentialing of nurses. Substantial changes in educational expectations and certification requirements, and the proliferation of nursing specializations have.

The lead author of this book, Margretta Madden Styles, spent much of her career framing and outlining specialty practice. Indeed, this current volume builds on her influential book, On Specialization in Nursing: Toward a New Empowerment, which described and analyzed the growth of specialization and the power of : $ Description.

This book sheds light on a recurring issue in nursing -- the specialization and credentialing of nurses. Substantial changes in educational expectations and certification requirements, and the proliferation of nursing specializations have sparked debates on appropriate credentials, scope of practice, and state-by-state regulation of nursing scope of.

28 rows  Specialization and credentialing in nursing revisited: understanding the issues. Specialization and credentialing in nursing revisited. Silver Spring, Md.: American Nurses Association, (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Margretta M Styles; American Nurses Association.

Contents: Specialty nursing practice in today's world / Kathleen White and Carol Bickford -- Advanced practice nursing: framework for discussion of issues, goals, and options / Margretta Madden Styles -- Nursing credentialing now: established and emerging specialties / Mary Jean Schumann -- Reaching accord: parties, principles, and processes / Margretta Madden Styles.

Updating and building on ANA’s Specialization and Credentialing in Nursing Revisited: Understanding the Issues, Advancing the Profession published in —which presented a unity model for the specialization and credentialing of nurses, with a focus on APRNs—this new ANA publication will examine the constant changes in educational.

Updating and building on ANA’s Specialization and Credentialing in Nursing Revisited: Understanding the Issues, Advancing the Professionpublished in —which presented a unity model for the specialization and credentialing of nurses, with a focus on APRNs—this new ANA publication will examine the constant changes in educational.

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Background. Certification is “the formal process by which a certifying agency validates a nurse's knowledge, skills, and abilities in a defined role and clinical area of practice.” 1 Certified nurses are those with specialized knowledge, skills, and experience validated through an acceptable method of evaluation by a specialty board.

2 Certification is an external mark of an. Purpose. To discuss the current research evidence about the relationship of nursing specialty certification and patient outcomes in acute care hospitals, interpret research findings within Needleman's Expanded Conceptual Model for Credentialing Research, provide future direction for research using Needleman's model, and discuss how Needleman's model.

Updating and building on ANA's Specialization and Credentialing in Nursing Revisited: Understanding the Issues, Advancing the Profession published in which presented a unity model for the specialization and credentialing of nurses, with a focus on APRNs- this new ANA publication will examine the constant changes in educational expectations.

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Contents: Specialty nursing practice in today's world / Kathleen White and Carol Bickford -- Advanced practice nursing: framework for discussion of issues, goals, and options / Margretta Madden Styles -- Nursing credentialing now: established and emerging specialties / Mary Jean Schumann -- Reaching accord: parties, principles, and processes.

In the professional nursing community turned to Gretta Styles for advice on a model that would address concerns and agendas regarding the future regulation of APRNs. Styles and others address these issues in the new edition of her book, Specialization and Credentialing in Nursing Revisited, newly released by Advancements in health care has opened up new career opportunities for nurses.

Students in Nursing School's graduate MSN & DNP programs can choose a specializations preparing them for nursing roles like: FNP, Nurse Educator, Nurse Executive and more. Find out more about how ANCC credentialing programs for individuals and organizations promote excellence in nursing and improve health globally.

A second-edition book she authored, "The Nurse Manager's Guide to Innovative Staffing," won third place in the leadership category for the American Journal of Nursing Book of the Year Awards Author, Jennifer Mensik, does not endorse, recommend or favor any program, product or service advertised or referenced on this website, or that.

She is a nationally certified pediatric nurse practitioner. Schumann maintained a clinical practice until as a hospice nurse in addition to her regular duties. Schumann co-authored a book with Dr. Margretta Styles, Kathi White and Carol Bickford, called Specialization and Credentialing in Nursing Revisited.

Critical care nursing is a nursing field that defines itself by the hospital units in which they work. Critical care nurses help patients on critical care floors, which sometimes includes intensive care units and trauma floors.

Unlike other nursing specialties, critical care nurses see sharp rises in salary averages throughout their careers.McHugh presented some important methodological challenges in nursing credentialing and suggested possible research questions to focus discussion on how to develop solid research strategies to answer those questions.

What does a credential represent and how does that, in turn, shape research design selection, asked McHugh. She is a nationally certified pediatric nurse practitioner who maintained a clinical practice until as a hospice nurse in addition to her regular duties.

Ms. Schumann co-authored a book with Dr. Margretta Styles, Kathi White and Carol Bickford, called Specialization and Credentialing in Nursing Revisited.