nrp508 | Graduate
Health Policy And Role Of The Advanced Practice Nurse
This graduate-level course is 8 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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History and Development of Advanced Practice Nursing Roles
- Explore professional opportunities to develop interprofessional relationships within advanced practice nursing.
- Explain the role of professional nursing organizations.
- Evaluate the accepted code of ethics, the principles within the code, and its application to advanced practice.
- Analyze the effect the media has on health care policymaking.
- Analyze political strategies influencing health care.
- Identify state and national legislative processes.
- Analyze research and professional concepts applicable to the role of the advanced practice registered nurse.
- Explain issues related to the regulatory and credentialing requirements of nurse practitioners.
- Explore opportunities to become a change agent to address health policies that impact the advanced practice nurse.
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