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Emerging Models of Nursing Collaborative Care in Non-acute Care Setting

Started Dec 3, 2021
0.75 credits


Full course description

 CAPACITY offers free, self-paced courses designed to help clinical instructors in non-acute care pre-licensure nursing courses strengthen their clinical teaching knowledge and skills in public health, community health and primary care settings.

Emerging collaborative care models putting the nurse in a high functioning team are being rolled out in many ambulatory and primary care clinics as they have been shown to improve patient outcomes and reduce cost. Nursing instructors and preceptors need to be aware of those emerging collaborative care models to engage students in activities related to practicing to the full scope of their nursing licenses.

After completing this module, the learner will be able to:

  • Recognize emerging nursing collaborative care models in non-acute care settings
  • Describe panel based nursing, flipped visit, Annual Wellness Visits (AWV) – and the role of the RN in each of these models
  • Investigate ways to engage students in the non-acute care clinical settings in those new models of care

Contact Hours

Emory Nursing Professional Development Center (ENPDC) is accredited as a provider of nursing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. Attendees to this CNE activity will be awarded 0.75 contact hours by ENPDC. To obtain contact hours participants must attend and participate in the entire activity, click onto all links, review all resources as well as complete the evaluation at the end.

ENPDC has evaluated everyone who has the ability to control content of this activity (planning committee members, subject matter experts, presenters) and found they have no conflict of interest.

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