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Assignment: Mastery Level of Understanding

Assignment: Mastery Level of Understanding

Assignment: Mastery Level of Understanding

Assignment: Mastery Level of Understanding

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Master’s-prepared nurses possess a mastery level of understanding of nursing theory, science and practice. Recent and evolving trends in health care require integration of key concepts into all master’s-prepared nursing practice. This includes concepts related to quality improvement, patient safety, economics of health care, environmental science, epidemiology, genetics/genomics, gerontology, global healthcare environment and perspectives, health policy, informatics, organizations and systems, communication, negotiation, advocacy, and interprofessional practice.

Master’s nursing education prepares graduates to influence the delivery of safe, quality care to diverse populations in a variety of settings and roles. The realities of a global society, expanding technologies, and an increasingly diverse population require these

nurses to master complex information, to coordinate a variety of care experiences, to use technology for healthcare information and evaluation of nursing outcomes, and to assist diverse patients with managing an increasingly complex system of care. The master’s- prepared nurse is accountable for assessing the impact of research and advocates for participants, personnel, and systems integrity. As master’s-prepared nurses practicing in any setting or role, graduates must understand the foundations of care and the art and science of nursing practice as it relates to individuals, families, and clinical populations within an increasingly complex healthcare system. The extraordinary explosion of knowledge in the field also requires an increased emphasis on lifelong learning.

Essential IX specifies the foundational practice competencies that cut across all areas of practice and are seen as requisite for all master’s level nursing practice. Master’s-degree nursing programs provide learning experiences that are based in a variety of settings. These learning experiences will be integrated throughout the master’s program of study, to provide additional practice experiences beyond those acquired in a baccalaureate or entry-level nursing program.

The master’s-degree program prepares the graduate to:

1. Conduct a comprehensive and systematic assessment as a foundation for decision making.

2. Apply the best available evidence from nursing and other sciences as the

foundation for practice. 3. Advocate for patients, families, caregivers, communities and members of the

healthcare team. 4. Use information and communication technologies to advance patient education,

enhance accessibility of care, analyze practice patterns, and improve health care outcomes, including nurse sensitive outcomes.

5. Use leadership skills to teach, coach, and mentor other members of the healthcare