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The Doctor Of Nursing PracticeAuthor: Lisa Astalos Chism
The Doctor Of Nursing Practice: A Guidebook For Role Development And Professional Issues, Fourth Edition Is A Comprehensive Guidebook For Role Development Of The DNP Student. This Text Covers Potential Roles Of The DNP Graduate, Including Leader, Clinician, Educator, Ethical Consultant, And Health Policy Advocate. Conversational In Tone, The Fourth Edition Covers Potential Roles Of The DNP Graduate, Including Leader, Clinician, Educator, Ethical Consultant, And Health Policy Advocate.
New To The Fourth Edition:
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Part I Role Transition
Chapter 1 Overview of the Doctor of Nursing Practice Degree
Chapter 2 Leadership, Collaboration, and the DNP Graduate
Chapter 3 The DNP Graduate as Expert Clinician
Chapter 4 The DNP: Expectations for Theory, Research, and Scholarship
Chapter 5 DNP Involvement in Healthcare Policy and Advocacy
Chapter 6 The DNP Graduate as Educator
Chapter 7 The DNP Graduate as Ethical Consultant
Chapter 8 The DNP Graduate as Information Specialist
Part II Professional Issues Related to the Doctor of Nursing Practice Degree
Chapter 9 The BSN-to-DNP Path: Opportunities and Challenges for DNP Students and Graduates
Chapter 10 The Doctor Nurse: Overcoming Title Issues
Chapter 11 Why Didn’t You Just Become a Doctor? Educating Others About the DNP Degree
Chapter 12 Shaping Your Brand: Marketing Yourself as a DNP Graduate
Chapter 13 Writing for Professional Publication
Chapter 14 The Certification Question: Where Are We?
Chapter 15 Storytelling: The Art of Translating the Essentials into Practice
Chapter 16 The DNP Degree: Past, Current and Future Trends