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By Joan M. Stanley PhD RN CRNP FAAN

Organize your graduate scholars to take management roles inthe way forward for develop perform Nursing. the writer tackle the key issuesfacing complex perform Nursing at the present time from a collective standpoint thatbegins with its historic roots and progresses to modern issues andtrends. This method allows APNs to knowing the perform challengesfacing them this present day and consider new methods of effecting alterations to healthpolicy that might determine sufferers obtain caliber, within your means care, and thatrecognize APNs as complete contributors.

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However, it was Fife who carried the ball, later giving credit to John Mannix, assistant director of University Hospitals at Western Reserve. At the urging of Mannix, Helen Lamb and Walter Powell joined Fife to produce a nurse anesthesia program and move forward to achieve the following objectives23: (a) advance the science and art of anesthesiology (b) develop educational standards and techniques in the administration of anesthetic drugs (c) facilitate efficient cooperation between nurse anesthetists and the medical profession, hospitals, and other agencies interested in anesthesiology (d) Promulgate an educational program to help the public understand the importance of the proper administration of anesthetics.

However, at an exploratory meeting convened by the Carnegie Foundation in July 1989, he posed a critical and continuing question regarding the issue of accreditation of a program designed for individuals who were not first educated as nurses. Basically, the ACNM responded by saying that accreditation of a program for non-nurse midwives would require identification of all the relevant knowledge, skills, and competencies that nurses bring to a nurse midwifery education and would require that those essential competencies be acquired by completion of the midwifery education program.

Unfortunately, although major reform in medical education began to take place subsequent to the Flexner Report of 1910, no similar efforts to improve the education or preparation of the midwife took place. Roberts2,3 perceived that the lack of education and opportunity for training further led to diminished opportunities for midwives. Furthermore, because midwives perceived childbirth as a “normal” phenomenon and within the female domain of competence, few of them sought formal education. 10 She advocated the training, licensure, and control of midwives, while Williams, ironically, recommended abolishment of midwives and better education for physicians.

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