Setting the Stage for a National Model of Sustainable NP-led Care

3.5 NAPNAP Contact Hours. This continuing education activity rate is 245$ for NAPNAP Members and for non- members. 
Is your dream to develop a sustainable clinic for rural and/or urban vulnerable populations? Have you considered developing a clinic in partnership with your local Head Start? Are you about to lead a faculty practice to meet a community need while developing a critical income stream for your school of nursing? If you answered YES to any or all of the questions above, these modules are for you!

Julie Cowan Novak, DNSc, RN, CPNP, FAANP, FAAN, Principal Investigator and Author, Copyright 2018
Recognizing that approximately 30,000 NP students graduate annually, they must be ready to not only hit the ground running clinically, but to also develop a clear understanding of sustainable practice development and management. It is estimated that by 2030, two-thirds of primary care in the U.S. will be provided by nurse practitioners. These modules provide an opportunity to learn about an Integrated Model of Sustainable and Innovative (IMSI) NP-Led Care including ways to build a relationship-based practice, long-term community and business partnerships and to develop a diverse financial portfolio for accessible, equitable, patient-and family-centered, cost-effective care. Participants will be introduced to the re-aim framework for planning and ongoing evaluation. Be a part of this inaugural NAPNAP team as NPs work to control our professional future while developing innovative models of healthcare delivery. These modules are supported by the NAPNAP Foundation and a grant from the Rita and Alex Hillman Foundation. 

Target Audience

Pediatric-focused APRNs

Learning Objectives

• Compare and contrast key elements of an integrated NP-led practice model (INMSI) and its ongoing evolution to the NP-CSI (Novak, 2019) online training modules.
• Describe relationship-based practice for infrastructure development, clinic site selection, long-term community engagement and business partnerships.
• Analyze and select best fit, critical funding streams and diverse portfolios for long-term sustainability.
• Implement Head Start or other relevant community partnerships with integrated NP faculty/staff practice.
• Synthesize the RE-AIM framework for ongoing planning, site selection and evaluation.

Course summary
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  • 3.50 Contact hours
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Julie Cowan Novak, DNSc, RN, CPNP, FAANP, FAAN, Principal Investigator and Author, Copyright 2018

Available Credit

  • 3.50 Contact hours


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Required Hardware/software

Participants will need access to a computer with speakers.