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APRN CONSENSUS WORKSHOP OCTOBER 25, 2014 Overview of Activity 9 -9:05 Welcome and Introductions K. Piotrowski 9:05 -10:15 Describe/discuss purpose, benefits, outcomes (data-based) of the APRN Consensus Model (M. Cahill) Objectives 1 . Describe the NCSBN Campaign for 9 AM -12:30 PM ideas and information on the following topic areas: SCOTTSDALE HEALTHCARE SHEA CAMPUS CONVERENCE CENTER 2. 3. 10:15 -10:50 Participant discussion Consensus Model: Implications of Adoption in Arizona (M. Cahill, R. Quinn, K. Piotrowski, and D. Link -moderators and respondents) 10:50 -11:00 BREAK 4. 5. 6. 11:00 -11:40 APRN Compact Legislation: Benefits, Implications, and Outcomes (J. Ridenour) #ONSENSUS0ROJECT Analyze both process and outcomes of states that have attempted adoption of Consensus legislation. Identify strategies to assure successful adoption of the Consensus Model of APRN Regulation. Discuss the context (barriers, influencing factors, need) for Consensus legislation. Describe and discuss the purpose and implications of APRN Compact Legislation. Adopt a strategy to assure adoption of the APRN Consensus Model and Compact legislation in the state of Arizona. i. Analyze barriers to the adoption of the APRN title ii. Discuss the factors and influences that create an identity as an APRN. iii. Debate the need of disruptive Innovation in APRN education iv. Review the work and composition of APRN legislative coalitions in the 2014 season and relate what may have contributed to success or failure of legislative attempts. 5. Describe and discuss the purpose and implications of APRN Compact Legislation. a. The development of APRN Compact Legislation (R. Quinn) B&#0e; 4HEPROJECTSSTRATEGICGOALS2&#0e;1UINN c. d. e. Outcomes from states that have adopted Compact Outcomes from Arizona after adopted RN Moderated Group Discussion about APRN legislation (R. Quinn) 11:40 -12:00 Participant discussion Compact Legislation: Implications of Adoption in Arizona (R. Quinn, R. Schaeffer, K. Piotrowski, and D. Link – moderators and respondents) Content Outline 1. Describe the NCSBN Campaign for #ONSENSUS0ROJECT-&#0e;#AHILL a. The development of The Consensus Model for APRN Regulation, Licensure, Accreditation, Certification, and Education (2008) Compact legislation (R. Quinn) Compact legislation proposal (Moderated Audience Discussion) 6. 12:00 -12:30 Legislating change in Arizona: Next steps (R. Hayes) B&#0e; 4HEPROJECTSSTRATEGICGOALS C&#0e; 4HEPROJECTSTIMELINE Adopt a strategy to assure adoption of the APRN Consensus Model and Compact legislation in the state of Arizona (R. Hayes) a. Describe Arizona’s Sunset Legislative Process for i. Timeline ii. Benefits iii. Potential Negative Consequences b. Adoption of a “next steps” strategy and process for the state of Arizona (R. Quinn, D. Link , R. Schaeffer, a CNM, and CNS as well. Professional Practice Changes 2. 12:30 Adjournment Analyze both process and outcomes of states that have attempted adoption of Consensus legislation. (M. Cahill) a. Analyze the gains made by states through 2014 that are reflected in the NCSBN APRN Maps. Describe efforts that were successful as well as those that were unsuccessful and lessons learned Arizona is one of the states that has not adopted the APRN Consensus Model or Compact legislation, both associated with improved access to quality healthcare, particularly in rural states with underserved populations that have increasing health disparities. APRNs in the state of Arizona have identified these as priority policy changes for this decade. This activity/workshop would be preparatory to proposal introduction in 2015/16 and is necessary to improve APRNs’ understanding of the purpose, implications, and possible benefits of these two pieces of legislation. from those attempts. Relate such learning to how it may be applied in Arizona. 3. Identify strategies to assure successful adoption of the Consensus Model of APRN Regulation. a. Share the strategies advanced through the 2013 United National Strategy for the Consensus Model for APRN Regulation held in Chicago on August 28, 2013. Speakers Maureen Cahill, MSN, RN, National Council State Boards of Nursing Joey Ridenour, RN, MN, FAAN, Executive Director, AZ State Board of Nursing Randy Quinn, RN, MSN, CRNA Rory Hayes, MA, Lobbyist, AzNA Additional Discussion Moderators: Kathy Piotrowski, DNP, RN, CRNA Robin Schaeffer, MSN, RN, CNE Denise Link, RNP, PhD, CNE, FNAP 4. Discuss the context (barriers, influencing factors, need) for Consensus legislation. (Moderated Audience Discussion) a. Present questions to the audience and exchange arizona STATE BOARD OF NURSING REGULATORY JOURNAL 31

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