The Impact of the Iom Report 2010 on Transforming Education, Practice and Leadership

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THE FUTURE OF NURSING: LEADING CHANGE, ADVANCING HEALTH.

The Impact of The IOM Report 2010 On Transforming Education, Practice and Leadership
Allan Abraham

Impact on Nursing of the 2010 Institute of Medicine (IOM) on the future of nursing.
There are over three million nursing professional in United States and they make the largest segment of nation’s health care workforce. Nurses can play a vital role in helping to realize the objectives set forth in the 2010 affordable act, legislation that represents the broadest health care overhaul since the 1965 creation of Medicare and Medicaid program (IOM 2010). Due to the restricting barriers nurses were not able to respond effectively to the changing health care systems. In 2008, The
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Recommendation to double the number of doctorate by 2010, ensure that 10% of BSN graduate will matriculate into Masters with in 5years of graduation, which will take care of the faculty issue. Loan forgiveness and repayment plans will encourage significant number of nurses to go for higher advanced education. Impact on Nursing Practice especially primary care
Key message: “Nurses should practice to the full extent of their education and training. The IOM definition of primary care”. The provision of integrated accessible health care. Services by clinicians who are accountable for addressing a large majority of personal health care needs, developing a sustained partnership with patients, practicing in the context of family and community”. (IOM 1998) The challenges mainly are management of chronic conditions, care co-ordination, prevention and wellness, prevention of adverse events ,provision of mental health services, school health services , long term and palliative care. Recommendation put forward by IOM to work collectively to improve through integration of primary care and public health. Advanced Practice Registered Nurses in 16 states and District of Colombia can diagnose and prescribe medications. These states have granted autonomy and significantly reduced the barriers to practicing independently, allowing patients greater access to quality care. The ARPNs work throughout from health promotion and disease
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