Similar to other numerous fields, nursing is experiencing major changes that shape the manner of managing patients’ needs and key tasks in various nursing contexts. Therefore, it is important to observe how these changes occur. The dynamics of the specified alterations are evident in the domains of Nursing Administration, Nursing Education, and Advanced Practice Nursing. Although the trends observed in each area might seem disconnected, the general focus on enhancing communication and information management, as well as removing obstacles to nursing practice.
The issue of obstacles to nursing practice is one of the currently contentious topics that need to be addressed to promote better services. Adams and Markowitz (2018) describe some of the barriers to effective care, outlining that the lack of interdisciplinary collaboration between advanced practice nurses (APRN) and the absence of appropriate skills currently represents the main one. The specified concern can be related to one of the min problems in nursing education, which includes the lack of opportunities for practice and the observations of the transition from theory study to problem-solving. Specifically, Jahanpour, Azodi, Azodi, and Khansir (2016) mention the described issue, making it clear that the specified concern jeopardizes the future of nursing education and, thus, the quality of nursing services.
The problem of nursing education trickles later into the administration of the nursing practice. Namely, difficulties with managing tasks and the nursing schedule, causing challenges for nursing administrators when assigning roles and responsibilities, are quite prominent in modern nursing, according to Duncombe’s (2018) article on managing an evidence-based practice. The described concerns can be potentially handled by the creation of an education program that could introduce learners to practice and allow them to develop the necessary skills before accessing actual nursing cases.
Adams, E. K., & Markowitz, S. (2018). Improving efficiency in the health-care system: Removing anticompetitive barriers for advanced practice registered nurses and physician assistants. Policy Proposal, 8, 9-13. Web.
Duncombe, D. C. (2018). A multi‐institutional study of the perceived barriers and facilitators to implementing evidence‐based practice. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 27(5-6), 1216-1226. Web.
Jahanpour, F., Azodi, P., Azodi, F., & Khansir, A. A. (2016). Barriers to practical learning in the field: A qualitative study of Iranian nursing students’ experiences. Nursing and Midwifery Studies, 5(2), 1-3. Web.