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Andrew Cashin, Southern Cross University: Reconceptualising The Four Pillars: Leadership, Research And Teaching Grounded In The Clinical Attribute

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Andrew Cashin, Professor and Head of Nursing, School of Health & Human Sciences, Southern Cross University delivered this presentation at the 2013 Developing the Role of the Nurse Practitioner …

Andrew Cashin, Professor and Head of Nursing, School of Health & Human Sciences, Southern Cross University delivered this presentation at the 2013 Developing the Role of the Nurse Practitioner conference. The event is designed for organisations and managers looking to better understand, utilise and grow the role of the nurse practitioner in their health service. For more information about the annual event, please visit the conference website: http://www.healthcareconferences.com.au/nursepractitionersconference

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  • 1. Andrew Cashin Professor of Nursing Southern Cross University 1
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  • 3. Practice Education Research Leadership 4
  • 4. • “Comprehension becomes a co existence in history, which extends not only to our contemporaries, but also what was said before us, sometimes in a far distance” (Kockelmans, 1993,p.79)
  • 5. • “The term cause implies and suggests the old separation between cause and effect, as though these were a kind of empty space between the two and as though they belonged to two different planes of existence. But in truth, cause and effect are not in the least separated from each other” (Maisels,1939/1956,p.44)
  • 6. • We can only view the world through our own perception. • Time is, “not existent but is lived, and therefore has no being except with the human, as a world juxtaposed to the world of nature which extends to infinity and subsists and exists in itself, outside of , and in antecedence to, the human” (Maisels, 1939/1956,p.273) • It is possible to conceive a point in space as a self contained entity but to conceive a point of time with no reference to past of future is impossible.
  • 7. • Neurotypical Beings are reliant on linguistic processing and to know the world need to name it, it is important to attempt to put into words how a Being knows what it knows (Friere, 1972) • No single truth - Nietzsche (1844-1900) claimed that there is no all truth as whatever is revealed as truth conceals a great deal and not only this conceals the concealment (Winfree, 1999)
  • 8. Ok so what conditions our current view of the NP?? • I collector 9
  • 9. Lakeman, Cashin and Hurley (under review) Profession Rebate per session (longest duration) 85% Credentialed Mental Health Nurse $52.95 ($240 for 3.5 hour session) $68.57/hour $49.80 (40 mins plus) $52.95 Nurse Practitioner Psychologist Clinical Psychologist Social Worker Occupational Therapist $84.80 (50 min plus) $52.95 $124.50 (50 min plus) $52.95 $74.80 (50 min plus) $52.95 $74.80 (50 min plus) Rates as per November 1st 2012 10
  • 10. • • • • • • Policy Role substitution Regulation Messy world Industrial Education 11

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