FG006 Standards of Practice
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FG006 Standards of Practice

FG006 Standards of Practice

Name

 University

NURS 6003 Transition to Graduate Study for Nursing

Prof. Name

Date

Comparison of Nursing Specialties

Aspect

Informatics

Education

Focus of Specialty

Combining information and analytics sciences with nursing science, nurse informaticists support all other members of the healthcare team (American Nurses Association, 2015). Nurse educators create and manage educational programs for nurses, evaluate current education programs, and teach nursing students (American Association of Colleges of Nursing, n.d.).

Role that Graduates are Prepared for/Professional Titles and Positions

Nurse Informaticist, Clinical Analyst, IT Clinical Nurse, Informatics Nurse Specialist, Chief Nursing Informatics Officer (American Nurses Association, 2015). Nurse Educator, Professor of Nursing, Clinical Educator (National League for Nursing, n.d.).

Specialization Differentiators

Involves creating and managing computer information systems, evaluating data, and supporting clinicians in making technology more efficient (American Nurses Association, 2015). Focuses on creating educational programs for nurses, evaluating current education programs, and teaching nursing students (National League for Nursing, n.d.).

Justification of Nursing Specialty

Affinity for technology and satisfaction in assisting with nursing education contribute to the appeal of informatics. Decision reinforced by firsthand experience of informatics’ impact on healthcare efficiency and patient care. (American Nurses Association, 2015). Interest in technology and passion for assisting with nursing education. Decision reinforced by experience during transition to new information management system and conversations with director of informatics (National League for Nursing, n.d.).

Professional Organizations

American Nursing Informatics Association (ANIA) aligns closely with professional goals, offering resources for education, networking, and career advancement (American Nurses Association, 2015). ANIA offers resources for further education, networking, and career advancement, resonating with aspirations to leverage technology for healthcare improvement. Membership accessible online, providing access to discussion boards, educational resources, and professional development opportunities (National League for Nursing, n.d.).

Professional Development and Success

Assessments throughout this Area of Expertise (FG001-FG006) instrumental in fostering self-awareness, goal setting, and skill enhancement crucial for navigating graduate studies and career advancement (American Nurses Association, 2015). Reflection on assessments integral to professional development and success. Enhanced self-awareness, goal clarity, and readiness for career challenges and opportunities (National League for Nursing, n.d.).

NURS 6003 Assessment 6 FG006 Standards of Practice

References

American Nurses Association. (2015). Nursing informatics: Scope and standards of practice. American Nurses Association.

American Association of Colleges of Nursing. (n.d.). The role of the nurse educator. Retrieved from https://www.aacnnursing.org/Portals/42/Publications/Factsheets/Nurse-Educator-Factsheet.pdf

National League for Nursing. (n.d.). Nurse educator core competencies. Retrieved from http://www.nln.org/professional-development-programs/competencies-for-nursing-education/nurse-educator-core-competenciesA

NURS 6003 Assessment 6 FG006 Standards of Practice