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Tipping Point

Taking Off

Candice Rettie, PhD 0 346

Nearly two decades ago, the Canadian journalist Malcolm Gladwell popularized the concept of “tipping point,” in his bestselling book of the same name. According to Gladwell, the tipping point is the notion of being “in a place where the unexpected becomes expected, where radical change is more than a possibility.  It is – contrary to all our expectations – a certainty.”

I see indicators of radical change regarding NP postgraduate training at every level: individual, organizational, and, perhaps most importantly, national.

North Star: Leading the Way Forward

Nurse Practitioners as Leaders in Interprofessional Practice

Candice Rettie, PhD 2 973
Nurse practitioners and other health care professionals navigate the implementation of healthcare by adhering to the North Star of interprofessionalism.  As with the North Star, Nurse Practitioners may not be the biggest or most noticeable “star in the night sky”, but Nurse Practitioners are anchors in delivering interprofessional, evidence-based and high-quality care that is culturally sensitive.  Interprofessional care is a hallmark of their practice.  It’s a mandate to offer patient-centered, comprehensive care to the most vulnerable among us.  Read more about the intersection of musings on the North Star as an essential navigational tool, how Nurse Practitioners serve as the North Star for interprofessional practice, individually and collectively, and the implications for accreditation.
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