This second edition continues to focus specifically on doctoral level advanced nursing practice. This revision encompasses both the historical advanced nursing practice role and the evolution of the new doctoral level roles, and delineates and highlights the variety of roles the new DNP graduates have assumed and will assume, along with coverage of actual skills that will advance the role of the doctoral level APRN. The core competencies for DNP practice (AACN) govern the organisation and content of the text. Because the role of the DNP graduate continues to evolve, the text reflects the diverse range of current views on the DNP role and the diverse 'ideals' of what the role of the doctorally prepared APRN should be.Only text that places singular emphasis on the DNP role development with extensive contributions by practicing DNP ScholarsText highlights the evolution of the DNP practice role as it is currently unfolding 'Translates' the AACN core competency 'skills' that are requisite for all DNP graduates into real-life practical applications of the DNP practice Role Experienced authors teach the APN/DNP Role Development Course and expertly communicate how the roles and competencies translate into practice New sets of Reflective Responses from leading clinical and academic nursing and health profession scholarsChapter features, include Reflective Response to stimulate class discussion; Critical Thinking Exercises, Examples of DNP Skills Set Implementation, and Discussion QuestionsNew and revised critical thinking exercises intended to expand the boundaries of ordinary classroom discourse are included for each chapter.
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H. Michael Dreher is Professor and was appointed 6th Dean, College of Nursing, College of New Rochelle, New Rochelle, NY in June 2014. He has worked in the field of nursing for thirty years, and at Drexel University College of Nursing and Health Professions in Philadelphia for the past seventeen years before joining The College of New Rochelle. At Drexel, he served as Associate Director of BSN Programs, Director of MSN programs, and founding Chair of the Doctoral Nursing Department, Dr. Dreher developed one of the first Doctor of Nursing Practice programs in the country in 2005, which prepared doctoral advanced nursing practice clinical scholars and included the first mandatory doctoral nursing study abroad program in the U.S. Dr. Dreher regularly contributes to scholarly publications on advanced practice doctoral nursing education and has co-authored three books, including Philosophy of Science for Nursing Practice (with Dr. Michael Dahnke) which recieved a 5-star Doody Review in 2011 and was selected as a Core Doody Title 2011-2013 and two first place American Journal of Nursing Books-of-the-Year: Role Development for Doctoral Advanced Nursing Practice (2011, with Mary Ellen Smith Glasgow) and Legal Issues Confronting Today's Nursing Faculty (2012, with Mary Ellen Glasgow & Toby Oxhold, III). Dr. Dreher is an Associate Editor for Clinical Scholars Review: The Journal of Doctoral Nursing Practice and edits a column on practice evidence. He was inducted as a Fellow in the American Academy of Nursing (AAN) in 2012, for outstanding achievements in the discipline.Mary Ellen Smith Glasgow is Dean and Professor at Duquesne University School of Nursing in Pittsburgh, PA. Dr. Glasgow recieved her BSN from Gwynedd-Mercy College, MSN from Villanova University, and PhD from Duquesne University, School of Nursing. Previously, she served as Professor and Associate Dean for Nursing and Undergraduate Health Professions Program, & Continuing Nursing Education at Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA., where she developed the BSN Co-op program, BSN Accelerated Career Entry Program, RN-BSN Online Program, Pathway to Health Professions Program, and other forward-thinking educational programs. As an early driver and adopter of innovation, Dr. Glasgow incorporated the co-operative education model, envisioned and implemented the use of online courses, standardised patients and simulation in the nursing and undergraduate health professions curricula, e-books, as well as implementated the use of handheld technology. In 2010, she was honored with the Villanova University College of Nursing Alumni Medallion for Distinguished Contribution to Nursing Education. She has over 60 publications, 120 national and international presentations, and recently co-authored two books Role Development for Doctoral and Legal Issues Confronting Today's Nursing Faculty: A Case Study Approach (2012), the recipient of the 2012 AJN Book of the Year Award.
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