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Thank you for sharing your Pinterest, I enjoyed going through all the pins. I like how it shows that DNP prepared nurses have very crucial roles in the delivery of healthcare services. When there is a lack of physicians in the United States, nurse leaders need to have more education and training. Between 40,800 and 104,900 doctors would be needed in the US by 2030, according to a report by the Association of American Medical Colleges (DeCoux Hampton & Chafetz, 2020). As the demand for health care in the United States continues to grow, nurses must possess the most advanced scientific knowledge and clinical competence in order to deliver the best possible quality and safety for patients. As a result of enhanced education, nurses can aid substantially in preventing health care deficiencies such medical mistakes, lack of treatment for chronic illnesses, and inadequate access to timely care. DNP-prepared nurses must possess a wide range of skills beyond a strong scientific and medical background. Organizational management talents involve strong leadership and critical thinking. As a result, they must have a thorough awareness of the administrative and commercial aspects
of health care, as well as a firm grasp of politics and health care policy. A typical day in the life of a DNP will include a variety of responsibilities. They will mostly be concerned with patient-centered care, which has a number of subcategories. For example, they are often collaborating with disciplinary teams in this way. According to Sebach (2020), health informatics and information systems are among the technologies they will be expected to comprehend and use in the workplace. They also assume a variety of leadership responsibilities in health care administration, policy, and education, which may entail activities such as mentoring nurses or furthering the nursing profession as a nurse educator. At the end of the day, they may be in a good position to evaluate practice and make quality improvements while also lobbying for policy changes.
DeCoux Hampton, M., & Chafetz, L. (2020). Evaluating scientific writing skill in DNP program students. Nurse Educator, 46(3), 164-169.
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Sebach, A. M. (2020). Using Flipgrid as an alternative to journals during DNP practicumexperiences. Nurse Educator, 45(5), 256-256. https://doi.org/10.1097/nne.0000000000000812