NP Practice Models-
parallel practice, one sees very little collaboration between healthcare providers. Parallel practice is similar to the concept that nurses readily recognize in toddlers as parallel play. consultativepractice. In this type of practice, one scope of practice may be dependent on another and one provider is seen as expert over another. For example, in some states, APNs are constrained by boards of nursing and/or boards of medicine to demonstrate physician oversight of APN healthcare delivery using aconsultativerole. collaborativepractice. In this type of practice, one scope of practice may be dependent on another, but there is less emphasis on hierarchical roles. As with the consultative practice model, APNs in some states are constrained by boards of nursing and/or boards of medicine to demonstrate that a physician oversees APN healthcare delivery using acollaborativerole.coordinatedpractice. In this type of practice, there is an administrative process that manages collaboration between healthcare providers. multidisciplinary practice. In this type of practice, there is a team approach that leads to collaboration between healthcare providers. Interdisciplinarypractice. In this type of practice, there is a group approach that fosters collaboration between healthcare providers.Today’s practice model goal is one ofinterprofessional practice. In this type of practice, one would expect significant collaboration between healthcare providers. Each provider functions independently and within his or her independent scope of practice, yet each fully collaborates as needed to produce high-quality, cost-effective delivery of healthcare.
Question to answer-
- In what ways could an understanding of systems theory and complexity science impact the role of the NP?
- Take a few minutes to reflect on the NP practice model that is most predominant in advanced practice environments you have observed. Are you satisfied with the demonstrated level of interprofessional collaboration?
- Briefly consider what appears to be the driving practice model for advanced practice nursing in your state. If your state (Florida) lags behind in its practice model language, what might you do to facilitate change?
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