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contents page Contents Contributors Foreword Preface 1 History of Graduate Nursing Education Joyce J. Fitzpatrick Basic Education for Nursing Graduate Education Prior to 1965 Advanced practice Nursing Education History of Doctoral Education Current Status of Graduate Programs New Programs Introduced By Aacn: The Doctor of Nursing Practice (Dnp) And The Clinical Nurse Leader (CNL ®) Number of Nurses with Graduate Degrees 2 Doctor of Nursing Practice Programs: History and Current Status Joyce J. Fitzpatrick Brief History of Development of Clinical Doctorates in Nursing and DNP Program Development AACN Essentials Positions of Key Organizations Regarding the DNP Renewed Recognition for Emphasis on Interdisciplinary Education and Practice 3 The Doctor of Nursing Practice: Historical Trends, Major Issues and Theoretical Underpinnings Linda Thompson Adams, Kerri Schuiling and Frances Jackson Review of Major Issues Theoretical and Research Perspectives 4 Doctor of Nursing Practice Clinical Experiences Cheryl Steghauer Early Vision for the DNP: The Clinical Perspective Association Perspective on DNP Clinical Practice Keys to Success: Vision for the Future 5 The Doctor of Nursing Practice Degree: Reaching the Next Level of Excellence Moreen Donahue The Value of Advanced Graduate Education Creating a New Model for Graduate Education Expanded Career Opportunities Translating Research into Practice Breaking New Ground with Research Education and Business Tracks Offer Practical Alternatives Making a Difference for Patients and Nurses 6 The Clinical Nurse Leader (CNL) ® Meredith Wallace, Sheila Grossman and Jean Lange An Overview of the Current Healthcare System and Impact on Development of CNL ® Role CNL ® Educational Preparation Integration of the Clinical Nurse Leader Role into Practice Environments 7 The Clinical Nurse Leader (CNL) ® Core Joan Roche, Jean Demartinis, Elizabeth Henneman and Cheryl Reilly Methodology Results Discussion 8 Clinical Nurse Leader (CNL) ® Clinical Experiences James L. Harris Educational Preparation of the Clinical Nurse Leader Assumptions for Clinical Nurse Leader Preparation and Practice Sustaining the Clinical Nurse Leader Role 9 Building and Adapting Current Graduate Programs into Clinical Nurse Leader (CNL) ® Programs Marianne Baernholdt, Kathryn Reid and Pamela Dennison CNL ® Program Development Course Development Preceptor Partnerships 10 Credentialing, Licensure and Certification Considerations Victoria A. Weill, June A. Treston, and Ann L. O¿Sullivan Current Trends in Nursing Education and Implications for Regulation Issues in Credentialing Issues in Certification Impact of Credentialing in Nursing Practice 11 Voices from the Field: The Doctor of Nursing Practice Degree Mary T. Quinn Griffin, Helen A. Gordon, and Colleen Maykut Introduction Section I: One Profession, Many Careers Section II: A Canadian DNP Student Speaks, 12 Voices from the Field¿Clinical Nurse Leader ® Students Speak Meredith Wallace, Sandra E. Fox, and Paula Miller Introduction Section I: Education Program and Clinical Practice Perspectives Section II: Transition to the Professional Role and Clinical Success Appendix A American Association of Colleges of Nursing Essentials of Doctoral Education for Advanced Nursing Practice Appendix B American Association of Colleges of Nursing White Paper on the Education and Role of the Clinical Nurse Leader (CNL ®) Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Nursing -- Study and teaching (Graduate) -- United States.
Doctor of philosophy degree -- United States.
Nurse practitioners -- Education -- United States.
Education, Nursing, Graduate -- United States.
Clinical Medicine -- education -- United States.
Nurse Clinicians -- education -- United States.
Program Development -- methods -- United States.