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Need to interview Nurse 10 or more years experience

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tronix304 has 4 years experience and specializes in Med/Surg, ICU, ED.

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I need to interview a nurse that has 10 years of experience at least. Any kind of nurse would be acceptable. I am a sophomore in the program fyi. Here is the questions if you could please just post them on here. It is due by Wednesday (3/23). Thank you in advance!

1. Educational background including any additional certification

2.Employment history in nursing

3. professional memberships

4.perceptions about the changing nature of the health care delivery system, nursing roles, and responsibilities, etc...

5.perceptions about legal and ethical concerns in nursing practice

6.perceptions about caring in nursing today

7.forecast for the future of the nursing profession.

again thank you for your time!

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tronix304 has 4 years experience and specializes in Med/Surg, ICU, ED.

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also, any additional information you want to add will be great! you can pm me the questions if you want and a nickname or your real name, whichever is best for you.

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Tweety has 28 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in Med-Surg, Trauma, Ortho, Neuro, Cardiac.

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Done. Check your pm box. I was short, sweet and to the point. Let me know if I can help further.

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pfruechting has 19 years experience and specializes in Global orphan care, ortho, geriatrics.

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1. Educational background including any additional certification

BSN, MSN, certified orthopedic nurse practitioner

BS in consumer economics

2.Employment history in nursing

EMS, ER, ICU while teaching 1 1/2 years: total of 7 years.

Nurse Practitioner for 12 years, solely orthopedics, mainly knee and hip replacement and revision.

3. professional memberships

AANP, NAON, Nurses Christian Fellowship

4.perceptions about the changing nature of the health care delivery system, nursing roles, and responsibilities, etc...

As ARNP, probably gaining more independence. Expect more nursing research with the DNP program.

Within specialty fields like orthopedic surgery, I don't expect any changes, as I am already working to the limit of the standard permitted by law.

There is some talk of transition programs for PAs into MDs, not sure what might be going on with NPs in this regard.

MDs I know are becoming stressed by the business competition for them to stay lucrative.

Expect lower MD salaries as health care becomes more government oriented. NP salaries have been steadily climbing.

5.perceptions about legal and ethical concerns in nursing practice

No change in the last 10 years that I've seen.

Best defense is a good rapport with your patient and staying curent professionally speaking.

6.perceptions about caring in nursing today

My soap box: Nursing is not the "science of caring"....caring is the ethic not the science. See my blog: http://nursing-philosophy.blogspot.com

7.forecast for the future of the nursing profession.

The short story: With evidence-based practice (EBP) the focus, expect less philosophical and theoretical development. I expect a stunting of nursing epistemology (knowledge) with the downturn in philosophical development. For my reasons and ongoing project, see my blog (rather than reiterating everything here).

GOOD LUCK!

Pam Fruechting

http://nursing-philosophy.blogspot.com

again thank you for your time!

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