NUR 513 Nursing Roles Graphic Organizer Paper

NUR 513 Nursing Roles Graphic Organizer Paper

NUR 513 Nursing Roles Graphic Organizer

 Nursing Informatics  Nurse Educator Observations (Similarities/ Differences)
Ethics -Professional relationship/compassion/respect -Professional relationship/compassion/respect -For me Nursing Informatics and Nurse Educator shares the same code of ethics as set by ANA, the only difference is the population that each APRN is serving.-Informatics nursing practice include development, support and evaluation, and structure that help nurses to manage data in direct care of patients as well as in nursing education and research.-Nurse Educator is the one providing education with either Nurse Informatics, APRNs or student nurses to abide with the nurse’s code of ethics.
-Commitment to patient -Commitment to patient
-Advocate for patient -Advocate for patient
-Responsibility and Accountability. -Responsibility and Accountability
-Responsibility to preserve dignity and safety -Responsibility to preserve dignity and safety
-Establish, Maintain and Improve Healthcare environment -Establish, Maintain and Improve Healthcare environment
– Participation in advancement of profession – Participation in advancement of profession
– Collaboration with other health professional – Collaboration with other health professional.
– Articulates nursing values, maintain integrity of the profession and it’s practice and for shaping social policy (Porter-O’Grady, T., & Malloch, K. 2016, p. 52-53). – Articulates nursing values, maintain integrity of the profession and it’s practice and for shaping social policy (Porter-O’Grady, T., & Malloch, K. 2016, p. 52-53).

Education -Current active RN License Master’s degree; doctoral -Nursing informatics can also obtain DNP however it is not a requirement if Nurse Informatics wants to be certified by ANCC while for Nurse Educator, educational requirement depends on the employer’s preference. Although both requires to be BSN/Masters Degree and RN in order to further their career as Certified Nurse Informatics or Certified Nurse Educator.
with state or territory. preparation is preferred.
-BSN or Higher degree in Nursing Although most employersrequire:
-Graduate degree in
nursing, some schools
accept a non-nursing
graduate degree or major if
nursing is the applicant’s
first degree per school
-PhD (a research-focused
doctorate) are attractive to
nursing schools with a
research mission per school
-Doctor of nursing practice
(DNP) degree (a practice-
focused doctorate); check
with the nursing program
per school preference.
-Doctor of education (EdD)
or doctor of nursing science
(DNSc) degrees per school
Leadership -Ongoing implementation of the Affordable Care Act will lead to further changes in Healthcare delivery and more dependence on informatics, and nurse informaticist should be part of the structure that develops and implements greater use of informatics (HIMSS, 2011) -Advance nursing education and practice through program management, curriculum development and evaluation, influencing policy, or consulting with external organizations. – Both Nurse Informatics and Nurse Educator plays an important role in evolving Healthcare, both are required to be updated and knowledgeable with the changes. Both APRN will provide education with how the new process or changes in the evolving AmericanHealthcare may it be in the system, disease

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process or treatment. The only difference is the population that each APRN is catering.
Public Health -Informatics allows government at all levels- local, state, national and international- to collect and use date of policy decision making and evaluation.-Improve the health of populations, communities, families, and individuals by optimizing information management and communication. -Nurse educators engage in professional service by participating in programs or committees in their educational institution as well as in professional organizations or community programs. – Electronic Medical Records (EMR) or Telehealth, or Telemedicine, is the use of telecommunications equipment and communications networks for transferring healthcare information between participants at different locations and as Health care is continuously utilizing technology Nursing Informatics is essential in integrating nursing with technology in providing safe and quality patient care while Nurse Educator is the one preparing nurses and educate to learn new technology, process, treatment or equipment.
Health Care Administration -Chief Nursing Informatics Officers-  Clinical Analyst-  Informatics Nurse Specialist

–  Nurse Data Scientist

–  Consultant

 -Nurse Educator as Clinical Nurse Educator 

-Clinical Instructor


-Director of Nursing in Home Health Agency


-Public Health Nursing with emphasis on Teaching.

-Nursing is a profession that is not only financially rewarding, sense of fulfillment but also offers flexibility. Both role practice profession in any setting. Nurse Informatics can teach,and Nurse Educator
can also be a consultant or teach Informatics.
Informatics -Advocates both for fellow nurses and patient’s that are often the key stakeholders and recipients of these evolving solutions. -Based on the study “Developing nurse educators’ computer skills towards proficiency in nursing informatics”: -Nurse Informaticist improve the health of populations, communities, families, and individuals by
– Liaison to successful interactions with technology in healthcare.-Informatics nursing practice include development, support and evaluation, and structure that help nurses to manage data in direct care of patients as well as in nursing education and research. –  An evaluation of the curricula of nurse educators’ degree programmes in regard to Nurse Informatics competences.-  A description of nursing informatics competences for nurse educators is needed at a national and global level. optimizinginformation management and communication. Developing a plan on how to provide information to fellow nurses or other healthcare professionals while Nurse Educator equipped themselves
-Informatics Nurse is also involves any aspects of information system, including theory formulation, design, development, marketing, selection, testing, implementation, training, maintenance, evaluation and enhancement (Denisco & Baker, 2016, p. 375) –  Advanced nursing informatics programmes are needed in the nurse educators’ training programme.-  It is important for nurse education programmes to develop educational cooperation with health with the informationneeded or updates in order to the nursing workforce if implementing needed change.
professionals and health
care organizations.
– The health educational
policy programs must
include attention to the
nursing informatics
competences of nurse
– International and national
programmes for developing

NUR 513 Nursing Roles Graphic Organizer Paper

Nursing Informatics competences should be implemented for nursing professionals.
Business/Finan ce The average salary for a nurse informaticist was$100,717 in 2014,according to a survey done by the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS). The average salary for a nurse educator is $75,176, but compensation depends greatly on the amount of clinical and teaching experience a nurse educator has and the location of the job. -Both Nurse Informatics and Nurse Educator salary varies base on experience and certification.
Specialty (e.g., -Health Systems -In Specialty, Nurse Informatics and Nurse Educator can play a role in a variety of settings. Both APRN can work in Health System,Hospitals, Academia, Long term setting etc. The difference will be the job description and responsibility. Nurse Informatics deals with System and technology while Nurse Educator are the key sources in preparing the workforce to provide quality care to meet the healthcare needs of the rapidly aging and diverse population (Denisco & Baker, 2016, p. 256)
Family, AcuteCare) -Business -Colleges or University
-Industry -Hospital based schools of
-Academia nursing.
-Home Care Agencies
-Online using distance
learning technology.
-Long Term Care Facility
RegulatoryBodies or -BON (Board of Nursing -BON (Board of Nursing) -Both NurseInformatics and Nurse
Certification Agencies That Provide Guidance or Parameters on How These Roles Incorporate Concepts Into Practice -ANCC (American Nurses Credentialing Center)-Certified Professional in Healthcare Information Management Systems (CPHIMS)Certified Professional in Health Information Technology (CPHIT). -American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN)-  National League for Nursing (NLN) for Certified Nurse Educator (CNE) certification and the Certified Academic Clinical Nurse Educator certification-  Organization for Associate Degree Nursing (OADN) NUR 513 Nursing Roles Graphic Organizer Paper Educator are license by Board of Nursing.-  Nurse Informatics can be certified by ANCC when requirements met such as RN License, BSN or higher degree in Nursing or Baccalaureate degree in relevant field, 30 hours of CEU in Informatics for three years and meet the practice requirement such as 2000 hours informatics nursing with in the three years; 1000 hours in Informatics nursing in the last three years and completed minimum of 12 semester hours of academic credit in Informatics course that are a part of graduate level nursing informatics program and completed a good program in Nursing Informatics containg of 200 hours offaculty-supervised practicum in Informatics (Denisco & Baker, 2016, p.


–  For Nurse Educator, NLN requires the following requirements to obtain certification as a CNE: Current, unencumbered RN licensure, master’s degree or doctoral degree in nursing with a major emphasis in nursing.

education, post graduate certification, or nine or more credit hours in graduate level education (CNE Overview, 2018).- Certification/ Credentialing/ Licensing ensures the safety of care delivered to our patient.

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NUR 513 Nursing Roles Graphic Organizer Assignment Instructions

Advanced registered nurses work in highly collaborative environments and must collaborate with interdisciplinary teams in order to provide excellent patient care. Besides knowing the role and scope of one’s own practice, it is essential to understand the role and scope of other nurse specialties to ensure effective collaboration among nurses, the organization, and other professionals with whom advanced registered nurses regularly interact.

Use the “Nursing Roles Graphic Organizer Template” to differentiate how advanced registered nurse roles relate to and collaborate with different areas of nursing practice. Compare your future role with one of the following: nurse educator; nurse leader; family nurse practitioner; acute care nurse practitioner; graduate nurse with an emphasis/specialty in public health, health care administration, business, or informatics; clinical nurse specialist; doctor of nursing practice. Indicate in the appropriate columns on the template which roles you are comparing.

Make sure to compare the following areas of practice in your graphic organizer:

  1. Ethics
  2. Education
  3. Leadership
  4. Public Health
  5. Health Care Administration
  6. Informatics
  7. Business/Finance
  8. Specialty (e.g., Family, Acute Care)

Include any regulatory bodies or ce1tificatio11 agencies that provide guidance or parameters on how these roles incorporate concepts into practice.

You are required to cite three to five sources to complete this assignment. Sources must be published within the last 5 years and appropriate for the assignment criteria and nursing content.

While APA style is not required for the body of this assignment, solid academic writing is expected, and documentation of sources should be presented using APA formatting guidelines, which can be found in the APA Style Guide located in the Student Success Center.

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