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Advanced Practitioner Nursing Professional Development Goals and Plans Tara J. Healey Family Nurse Practitioner Program, Chamberlain University NR500NP: Foundational Concepts and Applications Dr Amanda Walker March 29, 2020

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Advanced Practitioner Nursing Professional Development Goals and Plans Tara J. Healey Family Nurse Practitioner Program, Chamberlain University NR500NP: Foundational Concepts and Applications D... r Amanda Walker March 29, 2020 APN Professional Development Plan Advanced practice nursing scope of practice and regulations, required competencies, and role vary state to state. I will be breaking down the criteria for the nurse practitioner role in Ohio, as well as depicting what I’ll need to do to prepare for this new career. In addition, I will review a few of the nurse practitioner core competencies and how they contribute to advanced practice nursing. Having the ability to self-evaluate one’s own strengths and weakness within these competencies is the gateway to improving one’s practice. Furthermore, I will be identifying key leadership skills salient to the workplace and quality care and being able to construct strategies to develop weaker skills. The goal is to have a complete understanding of being a nurse practitioner in Ohio and what I need to do to best prepare for my future role. APN Scope of Practice Post-graduation I plan to stay and practice in Ohio. I have met many wonderful plastic surgeons here and cannot wait for the opportunity to shadow once the covid-19 quarantines lift. Dermatology and plastics are primarily considered a non-essential field and many of their procedures and treatments have been put on hold. Being that Ohio has limited or reduced NP practice, my role working in this specialty won’t change much if I were to move to another state that had unrestricted or restricted practice (AANP, 2020). In Ohio it is required to have a valid RN license, graduate nursing degree from an accredited university, and national certification, to apply for your APRN license through the governing Ohio board of nursing (Advanced practice, 2015). Nurse practitioners can have prescriptive authority in Ohio, but in order to do so, must fulfill another set of requirements. These requirements consist of taking an advanced pharmacology course with a minimum of 45 contact hours in the NP’s specialty and in some This study source was downloaded by 100000803409674 from CourseHero.com on 01-14-2022 06:52:17 GMT -06:00 https://www.coursehero.com/file/67510384/10-Week-4-APN-Professional-Development-Plan-Paper-docx/ 3 cases an externship of 1,500 hours (Advanced practice, 2015). Once completed the APRN can apply for their prescriptive authority license (Ohio board of nursing, 2019). It is the nurse practitioner’s responsibility to comply with regulatory guidelines for prescribing medications and to stay updated with any license changes. [Show More]

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