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    Professional Development of Nursing Professionals

    Professional Development of Nursing Professionals The nursing profession plays a vital role in the nation’s health care workforce. Currently there are 3 million members thus it is imperative that nursing be ready to respond to the rapid evolving health care system. The Institute of Medicine (IOM) worked over 2 years to produce a report that would be available to make recommendations and serve as an action-oriented blue print to the nursing professionals. This paper will discuss the impact on nursing

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    Professional Journal in Nursing

    in classrooms, professional journals, conferences, and continuing education programs (Boud & Walker, 1998). Many other names for profesional journal appear in nursing literature, including log, journaling, narrative pedagogy, dialogue journals, reflective practice, and reflective writing. Whatever people says, reflective profesional journal requires writing, a great deal of it. However, journals are an integral part of the teaching/learning in many nursing programs as well

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    Professional Development of the Nursing Professionals

    Running head: PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE NURSING Professional Development of the Nursing Professionals Grand Canyon University NRS 430V January, 2012 Professional Development of the Nursing Professionals In 2010 the Affordable Care ACT was signed into law. With these laws, the United States is being provided an opportunity to completely redesign its health care system. The model includes heath care that is easier to access, affordable by all, higher safety standards, and higher

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    Professional Development in Nursing

    Professional Development of Nursing Professionals Today’s healthcare system is consistently evolving with new advances, technologies, and evidence based research, which challenges nurses to continue to stay on top of the industry to meet the increasing demands of our specialty to ensure continued safe and effective practice, and positive patient outcomes. Nursing most specifically is focused on a future of preventative, community, and palliative care to promote an increase in healthy living, and

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    Leadership Styles in Professional Nursing

    Leadership Styles in Professional Nursing Nursing 351 November 20, 2010 Transitions to Professional Nursing Leadership Styles in Professional Nursing Leadership is a very important aspect within the realm of Nursing. With constantly evolving technology, poor economics leading to major hospital cutbacks, and healthcare reforms, strong nursing leadership has never been more important or necessary. Hood (2010) defines leadership as a process of influencing others to attain mutually agreed

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    Professional Development of Nursing Professionals

    Professional Development of Professional Nurses: The Future of Nursing Amy K. Fettig RN Grand Canyon University: NRS-430V Professional Dynamics April 28, 2013 Professional Development for Nursing Professionals: The Future of Nursing A report was published in 2010 by the Institute of medicine discussing the future of healthcare. “The United States has the opportunity to transform its health care system to provide seamless, affordable

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    Professional Development of Nursing Professionals

    Professional Development of Nursing Professionals A new prospective has been initiated for the future of nursing. With the common goal of patient centered care, that is created around a specific patient. The U.S Health Care System needs to be transformed, which will require development of new roles for nurses and many other healthcare positions. Nurses must recognize what this means for their specific role and what different educational changes need to be made. Nurses stepping into leadership roles

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    Professional Development of Nursing Professionals

    Professional Development of Nursing Professionals Health care is advancing and changing every single day, every hour, and every minute. Nurses are caring for more critical patients, which require expert knowledge and skill. In order to deliver safe quality care change is needed. According to the IOM, nurses must be prepared to meet the diverse patients’ needs by practicing to the full range of their education, function as leaders, and improve the education system so that it promotes a smooth

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    Professional Development of Nursing Professionals

    Professional Development of Nursing Professionals Grand Canyon University: 430-V 07/12/2013 Suneeta Sharma The nursing profession has become the largest segment of nation’s health care workforce and has become integral part of health care services, so the future without large numbers of nurses is impossible to vision. The changing landscape of the health care system and the changing profile of population require that the system undergo a fundamental change to provide patient-centered care

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    Professional Development of Nursing Professionals

    Professional Development of Nursing Professionals Grand Canyon University: NRS-430V: Professional Dynamics March 17, 2013   The United States today faces drastic changes and has called for health care reforms. In March of 2010 legislation was passed that indicates insurance coverage for 32 million more Americans and is known as The Affordable Care Act (ACA) (" The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press, 2011.) The (ACA) produces a

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    Professional Nursing

    Professional Nursing Reflection M. Ott University of Wyoming Introduction to Higher Education in Nursing NURS 3010 April 14, 2013 Professional Nursing Reflection Nursing is a practice that has been described as a science an art. It has many definitions and many philosophies that guide its practice. Nursing lacks a singular, definitive theory or philosophy. Individual develop their own philosophies and theories based on their values, beliefs and professional identities. As registered

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    Professional Issues in Nursing

    of “Professional Nursing”?       Nursing is a profession that has its depth and breadth in meeting different health care needs of the population (American Nurses Association (ANA), 2010). What is it that makes a professional nurse? Is it caring for the patient with compassion and devotion? Based on the interviews conducted among the three categories of staff, it was echoed that professional nursing takes a lot more than just attending to the needs of patients. From a professional perspective

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    Nursing Professional Reflections

    Nursing Professional Reflections Elham Kowsar Antelope Valley College Mrs. Cox Nursing Science 201 A good nurse needs certain skills in order to operate effectively in a psychiatric setting. Although there are many attributes essential to excellent nursing care, this paper specifically focuses on empathy, self-awareness, and building of trust in the professional relationship between a nurse and her patient. In the mental health setting it is important to understand

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    Professional Development of Nursing Professionals

    Professional Development of Nursing Professionals Robert Smith Grande Canyon University September 14, 2013 Professional Development of Nursing Professionals In 2010, comprehensive health care legislation was passed by Congress and signed into law by President Obama. These laws were the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and the Health Care and Education Affordability Reconciliation Act, collectively known as the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The ACA represents the largest changes

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    Professional Development of Nursing Professionals

    Professional Development of Nursing Professionals Gloria Krahn Grand Canyon University: Professional Dynamics NRS-430V-0130 September 22, 2013 Professional Development of Nursing Professionals The impact of the Institute of Medicine (IOM), (2010) report on transforming education, nursing practice, and the role of nurses in leadership is to benefit the advancement of nursing, but has some key factors needing to be addressed in order to transform the future of nursing. There are barriers to

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    Professional Nursing Organizations

    Professional organizations and associations in nursing are critical for generating the energy, flow of ideas, and proactive work needed to maintain a healthy profession that advocates for the needs of its clients and nurses, and the trust of society (Matthews, J.H., 2012). These organizations are helpful to get the nurses together from all around the nation and share ideas, thoughts, congregate, talk among themselves, and advocate for their causes. These organizations make it possible for nurse

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    Professional Deveolpment for Nursing

    Development for Nursing Professionals October 12, 2013 Change As the US population continues to grow and become more diverse, health care needs must change and grow with it. The US Government passed the Affordable Health Care Act in March 2010. This gives an additional 32 million Americans an opportunity to have insurance coverage. This leads to an additional 32 million people that will be seen in health care facilities across the United States. In October 2010, the Institute of Medicine

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    Professional Nursing Theory

    Professional Nursing Reflection Professional Nursing Reflection Nursing is a practice that has been described as a science an art. It has many definitions and many philosophies that guide its practice. Nursing lacks a singular, definitive theory or philosophy. Individual develop their own philosophies and theories based on their values, beliefs and professional identities. As registered nurses that are seeking to advance our education and become professional nurses, defined as a registered

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    Professional Development of Nursing Professionals

    Professional Development of Nursing Professionals Grand Canyon University NRS-430V Professional Dynamics NRS-430V-O108 November 03, 2013 Professional Development of Nursing Professionals In 2010 the IOM produced a report addressing the challenges facing our healthcare system and outlining the vital role nursing must play in addressing those challenges (Institute of Medicine [IOM], 2010). As the needs of patients have become more complex the skills of nurses caring for them must change as

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    Professional Development of Nursing Professionals

    Professional Development of Nursing Professionals A committee on Robert Wood Johnson foundation collaborated with the Institute of Medicine (IOM) to develop a project on the future of nursing back in 2008. In 2010 the IOM released a report on the initiative named The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health. Part II of the report describes the needed changes of the nursing profession in order to advance the whole health care system. The IOM “envisions a future where primary care

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    Nursing Professional Organization

    A Nursing Professional Organization The National Association of Hispanic Nursing Name College Abstract This research paper is on The Nurse Association of Hispanic Nurses (NAHN). I will explain the primary mission of this organization and it’s contributing factor and benefits to nursing. The impact of the organization on the community, the political stand point and supportive issues it has on nursing, the resources it provides on the web and to health professionals and the public, the choices

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    Professional Development of Nursing Professionals

    Professional Development of Nursing Professionals In 2010 the United States Government passed into law the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Passage of this act enacted broad sweeping changes across the health care system focusing on expanded coverage, control of health care costs and improvement in the health care delivery system (Kaiser Family Foundation [KFF], 2013). This represents the largest change to the nation’s health care system since 1965 with the creation of Medicare and Medicaid programs

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    Professional Developement of Nursing Practice

    PROFESSIONAL DEVELOMENT OF NURSING PRACTICE Femi ISEMEDE NRS/430v February, 23 2014 Introduction. The impact of the Institute of Medicine (IOM) 2010 report as it affects the future of nursing in relation to nursing education, nursing practice, particularly in primary care and the nurse’s role as a leader will be our subject of discussion. The IOM is not a profit organization but an organization founded for the purpose of providing national advice with regards to biomedicine science, medicine

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    Professional Development of Nursing Professionals

    PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF NURSING PROFESSIONALS PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF NURSING PROFESSIONALS “Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Willing is not enough; we must do.”-Goethe This is the mission statement of the Institute of Medicine report of 2010, the future of Nursing: Leading Change and Advancing Health. Currently, the health care system in the United States is facing the greatest storm fir reform, with the enactment of comprehensive health care legislation and the signing of

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    Impact of Nursing in a Professional Environment

    The future of the discipline of nursing depends on social and political factors as well as research and theory development. The use of theories by clinical nurses with varying levels of clinical expertise is rapidly increasing. In the past, the nursing profession has relied on the authority of educators, sociologists, psychologists, physiologists and anthropologists to provide answers to nursing problems. The purpose of this paper is to critically analyze a clinical-related practical concern that

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    Professional Nursing Boundaries

    development in health care system has change the nursing profession and become more challenging. These changes had affected the nursing role and also their boundaries. Extending nursing role has happened in order to improve patient care. In Malaysia, registered nurses had given a credentialing to be able to undertake a wider range of clinical activity. The National Council of State Boards of Nursing has stated that definition of professional boundaries are the spaces between the nurses power

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    Professional Development of Nursing Professional

    Professional Development of Nursing Professionals The Institute of Medicine (IOM) was established in 1970 by the National Academy of Sciences to secure the services of important members of appropriate professions in the examination of policy matters pertaining to the health of the public. The institute acts under the responsibility given to the National Academy of sciences by its congressional charter to be an adviser to the federal government and, upon its own initiative, to identify issues of

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    Professional Development of Nursing Professionals

    to transform US health system into a quality and efficient health system. With emphasis on the public programs this calls for hospitals to create an innovative workforce. With this creation calls for a change in nursing education, nursing practice and nursing leadership. Impact of Nursing Education Currently there are three routes one can purse for their endeavor of becoming a registered nurse. There is the three year diploma program rendered through a hospital; an individual may seek out an associate

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    Professional Development of Nursing Professinals

    PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF NURSING PROFESSIONALS Grand Canyon University NRS-430V. April 27, 2014 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF NURSING PROFESSIONALS In 1970, The National Academy of Sciences established the Institute of Medicine (IOM), a non-governmental, non-profit organization, developed to provide advice on the national level that addresses issues of medical care, education, and research. Through research, collected data, and nurse-led solutions, the IOM created an informative report

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    Professional Nursing Boundries

    Professional Nursing Boundaries I am a trained nurse working in one of major reference hospital in a capital city of Sabah. I have 14 years experience working as a trained perioperative nurse in operating theatre. Working through the years gives me ample experience in this field. Over this year, the workforce development in health care system has change the nursing profession and become more challenging. These changes had affected the nursing role and also their boundaries. Extending nursing

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    Professional Development of Nursing Proffesionals

    Professional Development of Nursing Professionals Grand Canyon University: NRS-430V September 21, 2014 The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) in conjunction with The Institute of Medicine (IOM) began an initiative that lasted two-years, beginning in 2008 in an attempt to assess and transform the profession of nursing. The culmination of this report in 2010 left several recommendation on “The future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health”. With nurses being the majority of the healthcare

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    Professional Development of Nursing Professionals

    Professional Development of Nursing Professionals Ricardo Revuelta Grand Canyon University Professional Dynamics NRS-430V Barbara McDuffy November 15, 2014 Professional Development of Nursing Professionals If Florence Nightingale could see how the nursing profession has evolved over time she would be elated and bursting with pride. The nursing profession since her time has emerged to become the most influential and impacting in the healthcare reform. With over 3 million members, the nursing

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    Roles and Professional Values Nursing

    RUP1: Professional Roles and Values in Nursing Allegra Connors Western Governors University Functional Differences There are many differences in functions of a regulatory board of nursing such as the Illinois Board of Nursing (IBN) and a professional nursing association such as the Hospice and Palliative Nurse Association (HPNA). The Illinois Board of Nursing functions as the licensing body for professional nursing, regulatory enforcer and where complaints about nurses or nursing practice

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    Professional Development of Nursing Professionals

    Professional Development of Nursing Professionals Kaylene Ross Grand Canyon University November 30, 2014 Professional Development of Nursing Professionals The Institute of Medicine ( IOM) report, The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health was published in 2010. This report looked at the most trusted profession in the United States, nursing, to recommend practice and insure safe quality care to citizens in the coming years. Through its deliberations, the committee developed

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    Professional Nursing Organization

    instructions in the Guidelines for this assignment. Category Description of professional organization: Mission, vision, values, membership eligibility, financial implications, workable link to website. Be specific. The professional organization is; American Society for Pain Management Nursing (ASPMN). Their mission statement is, “To advance and promote optimal nursing care for people affected by pain by promoting best nursing practices”. To become a member one must be a staff nurse, Clinical Nurse specialist

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    Professional Development of Nursing Professional

    Professional Development of Nursing Professionals Brenda Johnson Grand Canyon University Professional Dynamics NRS-430V August 16, 2015 Professional Development of Nursing Professionals The momentum ignited by the November 30, 2010 Institute of Medicine (IOM) Future of Nursing Report will impact healthcare and redefine the expectations of the nursing profession. The historical report was the result of a two year initiative commissioned by the Robert Johnson Wood Foundation (RJWF) in response

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    Professional Nursing

    Epidemiology in HIV & Community Nursing Practice Tiffany Gomez Grand Canyon University Concepts in Community and Public Health NRS 427 Kelly Davis May 10, 2015 Epidemiology in HIV & Community Nursing Practice Identifying and understanding the associated risk factors with the acquisition and transmission of HIV as well as the development of AIDS progression in all persons are critical components in the fight against this disease (National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases [NIH]

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    Professional Nursing Development

    Clearly, the future of nursing is heading for some significant changes. The Institute of Medicine (IOM) report, “The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health”, from 2011 highlights the changes facing the medical field, particularly related to nursing, and the obstacles we as nurses must face and overcome to continue to deliver effective, quality care to all patient populations. According to the IOM report, the passing of the Affordable Care Act (IOM report p. 21) will greatly affect

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    Professional Roles Nursing Wgu

    Professional roles Lori Wilson WGU Differences between a regulatory agency and a professional nursing organization Regulatory bodies regulate professionals in the public interest while organizations advocate on behalf of members for professional and public policy matters. The government has mandated regulatory bodies for health professionals to handle professionals in the interest of the public. The body protects the public by gearing the professionals to provide

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    Professional Development of Nursing Professionals

    Professional Development of Nursing Professionals Tabatha Olague Grand Canyon University: NRS-430V December 9, 2015 The 2010 Institute of Medicine (IOM) report has and will have an impact on nursing as a whole. It states that nurses have a crucial role regarding the quality and value of care. Nurses must sustain a significant transformation if the committee’s vision for healthcare will be accomplished (“The Future of Nursing”, 2010). It also states that the way nurses were taught and practiced

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    Professional Nursing Organization

    Explain the value that professional nursing organizations have in networking and in the legislative process. Provide a rationale for your response. According to Merton, a professional organization is an organization of practitioners who judge one another as professionally competent and who have banded together to perform social functions which they cannot perform in their separate capacity as individual. The America Nurses Association is a national professional organization representing the

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    Professional Development of Nursing Professionals

    of Medicines Report on the Future of Nursing Grand Canyon University: NRS-430V Review of the Institute of Medicines Report on the Future of Nursing In 2010, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) published a report that focused on the future of nursing in the United States. This report included research, information and recommendations of how to improve the field of nursing. Three main points of the report included how to transform and advance nursing education, how to encourage and foster

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    Professional Development of Nursing Professionals

    Professional Development of Nursing Professionals Jennifer Debreceni, RN Grand Canyon University Professional Dynamics NRS-430V April 24, 2016 Professional Development of Nursing Professionals The Institute of Medicine (IOM) in collaboration with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) released a report in 2010, “The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health”. This report was released in conjunction with the healthcare bill known as the Affordable Care Act (ACA). With the signing

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    Professional Development of Nursing Professionals

    Professional Development of Nursing Professionals Professional Development of Nursing Professionals Erica L. Carroll Grand Canyon University: NRS-430V Professional Dynamics December 13, 2015 Professional Development of Nursing Professionals The 2010 Institute of Medicine (IOM) report “The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health” asks “What roles can nursing assume to address the increasing demand for safe, high-quality, and effective health care services?” (IOM, 2010, p. xi

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    Accountability of Nursing Professionals

    Introduction This paper explain the Accountability of a nursing professional based on an evidence report from Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality Assessment(AHRQ) , the report is " Closing the Quality Gap: A Critical Analysis of Quality Improvement Strategies (Vol. 6: Prevention of Healthcare–Associated Infections)" under the head Quality Improvement and Patient Safety What is Accountability? In Fundamentals of Nursing it says “The ability and willingness to assume responsibility

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    Professional Development of the Nursing Professionals

    Running head: Professional Development of the Nursing Professionals Professional Development of the Nursing Professionals Jill Blackman Grand Canyon University: NRS 430V January 6, 2012 Impact of IOM on Nursing Nursing has over three million members and is the largest sector in healthcare workers in the nation (Institute of Medicine, 2010). Since the Affordable Health Care Act passed in 2010, our nation now faces new challenges of providing affordable, quality health care to all Americans

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    Professional Development of the Nursing Professionals

    Running head: PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE NURSING Professional Development of the Nursing Professionals Socorro L. Lufsey Grand Canyon University: Professional Dynamics NRS 430v March 02, 2012 Professional Development of the Nursing Professionals This paper will discuss the report from the Institute of Medicine (IOM) and the impact it has on the nursing profession. The nursing profession is one of the fasting growing professions and is the largest occupation in the healthcare industry

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    Professional Development of the Nursing Professional

    Running head: PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE NURSING Professional Development of the Nursing Professionals Grand Canyon University NRS 430V Professional Development of the Nursing Professionals In 2010 the Affordable Care ACT was signed into law. With these laws, the United States is being provided an opportunity to completely redesign its health care system. The model includes heath care that is easier to access, affordable by all, higher safety standards, and higher quality with

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    Professional Development of Professional Nursing

    Professional Development of Nursing professionals Introduction Nursing has become the fastest growing profession within the health care field. Nursing has increased not only in demand but also in standards of patient care and expectations. The Institute of Medicine (IOM) discusses various changes within the scope of nursing as well as how nursing has and impact on the future for advancing health. Furthermore, IOM has significantly impacted the nursing education, nursing practice

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    Professional Nursing

    Running Head: PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF NURSING PROFESSIONALS Professional Development of Nursing Professionals Animol Aphrem Grand Canyon University July,22 2012 To represent more than 3 million health care members nursing profession is one of the major divisions of work force in United States. Nurses played an important role in setting the 2010 Affordable Act, legislation and creating Medicare and Medicaid programs. There are lot of hurdles inhibits nurses to respond successfully

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