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PHN: Professional Issues and Standards of Practice. APHA November 5, 2006. Committee Members. Joy Reed Betty Bekemeier Kaye Bender Beth Benedict Ellen Bridge Stephanie Chalupka Mary Pat Couig Philip Greiner Glenda Kelly Joan Kub Pamela Kulbok. Process.

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committee members
Committee Members
  • Joy Reed Betty Bekemeier
  • Kaye Bender Beth Benedict
  • Ellen Bridge Stephanie Chalupka
  • Mary Pat Couig Philip Greiner
  • Glenda Kelly Joan Kub
  • Pamela Kulbok
process
Process
  • Analysis of reports and publications
  • Developed first draft in small groups
  • Agreed on Draft
  • Public Comment on Draft
  • Revisions based on feedback (considered every comment)
  • Finalized and sent to ANA Congress
components of the scope
Components of the Scope
  • Acknowledgment of spirited predecessors
  • Acceptance of the 2002 IOM’s Ecological Model and 2003 report
  • Recognition of public health and public health nursing competencies, NPHPS, Essentials
  • Impact of emerging issues (preparedness, obesity, environmental hazards, etc.)
definition of phn
Definition of PHN
  • Population-based
  • Partnerships
  • Role related to Core Functions
  • Focus on supporting and enhancing health
  • Tenets revised as 8 principles that combined distinguish PHN from other specialties
education
Education
  • Generalist level assumes baccalaureate preparation
  • Master’s assumed for nurse specialist
  • ADN and Diploma assist where care is directed toward individuals and families
  • Use of APRN terminology – to emphasize that CNS is one of the 4 APRN roles
standards
Standards
  • Have to start with “template” language and justify changes
  • Added population-focused language throughout
    • “health status of populations”
    • “population diagnoses and priorities”
    • “with” the population or community
  • Increased focus and language around: environmental issues, cultural competence, social justice, assets rather than needs
standards8
Standards
  • Added a 5D - “Regulatory Activities”
  • Added a Standard 16 on “Advocacy” because of its critical role in PHN
issues for the profession
Issues for the Profession
  • The educational level assumed for this document and the PHN competencies versus the reality of practice
  • The “advanced practice” debate - can we articulate clearly a difference between “advanced nursing practice” (professional) and “Advanced Practice Nursing” (regulatory)