Credentialing and Clinical Privileges
Develop a personal philosophy and framework acknowledging professional and accrediting agency competencies relating to the role and scope of practice of the family nurse practitioner. Identify a nurse theorist or professional accrediting agency that provides the foundation for this philosophy development.
Describe the type of educational courses and professional requirements required for APN professional certification and licensing within the state that you will practice in and compare to at least one other state for evaluation purposes.
Identify the precise application process for boards, your state regulations for application for prescriptive practice, and issues related to APN practice within your state.
Evaluate and discuss APN roles and prescriptive privileges and impact on client safety and care
Compare the differences between prescriptive authority, credentialing, and clinical privileges and how each of these impact client safety and care
Evaluate the development of the advanced practice nurse role from a global perspective. Compare at least 2 countries and how similar or dissimilar the APN roles are in other countries.
1000-1500 words not including the cover page and references (total, not for each topic)
Follow the APA 6th edition for references and citations
Include a minimum of 6 scholarly references (does not include text or websites)
Demonstrate analysis, evaluation and synthesis of information
Estimated time to complete: 6 hours
Please review post and response expectations. Please review the rubric to ensure that your response meets criteria.
Predatory Nursing Journals:
You have done an amazing job reviewing articles for your papers. However, some scholarly resources/research articles are not all quality work. These are often seen online, as a “predatory journal”.
Oermann, M., Conklin, J. L., Nicoll, L., Chinn, P., Ashton, K., Edie, A., Budinger, S. C., (2016). Study of predatory open access nursing journals (Links to an external site.). Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 48(6), 624-632.
It is about predatory journals that are using “not so good research” just to get publications. So read though, and think about if your articles fall into any of these sites.