Advanced nursing practice

Published on Mar 1, 1997in TVZ : het vakblad voor de verpleging
Koopman-van den Berg D1
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Niehuis M1
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Abstract Background Nursing as clinical practice, management and research are based on nursing philosophy and theory. Thus, the philosophical and theoretical content is required to be incorporated in academic education in order to enable nurses' skills for reflection, analysis, and thinking about the profession. Objective The aim of this review was to describe what is known of the philosophical and theoretical content of the nursing discipline within academic education. Design A critical interpr...
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Purpose: This study aimed to provide information on the developmental process and current status of Advanced Practice Nurses (APN) and to suggest ways for activating APN roles in Korea. Methods: We reviewed literatures to explore domestic and international trends related to the roles, practice settings, scope of practice, regulatory policies, and political environment of APN. Results: Interest in the APN role has been gaining ground worldwide. While the roles of APN in the USA, Taiwan and Japan ...
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