Practice Readiness of the DNP-Prepared Nurse Leader
The purpose of this discussion is to reflect on your readiness to practice as a DNP-prepared nurse leader and consider what you learned in this course and how this knowledge will impact your practice.
Each week you have been reminded that reflective inquiry allows for expansion of self-awareness, identification of knowledge gaps, and assessment of learning goals. As you reflect on your own readiness to practice as a DNP-prepared nurse, it is important to consider what you learned in this course.   
As you review the course outcomes and your experience in this course, address the following: 
1. Analyze and evaluate how your thinking was challenged in this course related to the role of the DNP-prepared nurse to build collaborative interprofessional and intraprofessional relationships and balance the concerns of individuals with organizational goals.
2. Considering this new knowledge, examine how this learning prepares you to practice as a DNP-prepared nurse.   
Please click on the following link to review the DNP Discussion Guidelines on the Student Resource Center program page:
• Link (webpage): DNP Discussion GuidelinesLinks to an external site.
Program Competencies
This discussion enables the student to meet the following program competencies:
2. Applies organizational and system leadership skills to affect systemic changes in corporate culture and to promote continuous improvement in clinical outcomes. (PO 6)
4. Appraises current information systems and technologies to improve health care. (POs 6, 7)
5. Analyzes health care policies to advocate for equitable health care and social justice to all populations and those at risk due to social determinants of health. (POs 2, 9)
6. Creates a supportive organizational culture for flourishing collaborative teams to facilitate clinical disease prevention and promote population health at all system levels. (PO 8)
7. Translates a synthesis of research and population data to support preventative care and improve the nation’s health. (PO 1)
8. Leads others in professional identity, advanced clinical judgment, systems thinking, resilience, and accountability in selecting, implementing, and evaluating clinical care. (POs 1, 4)
Course Outcomes
This discussion enables the student to meet the following course outcomes:
1. Evaluate the attributes of effective communication practices that build collaborative relationships and balance the concerns of individuals with organizational goals. (PCs 5, 6; POs 2, 8)
2. Create collaborative relationships with interprofessional and interprofessional groups to champion organizational strategies and goals. (PCs 2, 4, 5, 6 POs 2, 6, 8)
3. Analyze the role of the nurse leader in financial management, human resource management, strategic management, and information management at the micro, meso, and macrosystem levels. (PCs 2, 4, 5, 6, 8; POs 2, 4, 6, 8, 9)
4. Critique the value of nurse leaders to serve and advocate on both healthcare and non-healthcare community-based boards, advisory groups, and task forces. (PCs 5, 6, 7, 8; POs 1, 2, 8)




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