The role of the master’s-prepared nurse in interprofessional practice settings is to establish and manage collaborative interprofessional teams, incorporate care services, foster a culture of excellence by means of continuous learning, craft ground-breaking nursing practices, and transform evidence into practice. The main objective of master’s-prepared nurses is to take part in higher level practice and perform modifications to enhance quality outcomes. It is important that they look forward to healthcare needs of diverse populations. This role demonstrates a more complex knowledge of evaluation, problem recognition, analysis of combined results, and design of interventions.
As they craft a profound understanding of nursing, they assimilate new discoveries and results taken from genetics, health economics, humanities, public health, organizational science, and biophychosocial aspects for the incessant enhancement of the interprofessional practice settings. They utilize superior and cutting-edge clinical reasoning for vague and perplexing clinical cases. They employ a myriad of ethical and nursing theories in the evaluation of disease prevention, clinical cases, and disease awareness approaches. They are able to find solutions to a plethora of cultural dilemma and craft treatment plan that addresses the various needs of different populations. Part of the role is to assess nursing history so as to widen judgment and present a sense of specialized heritage. To guarantee the security and safety of the patient, it is pertinent that master’s-prepared nurse would need to utilize improvement science and use clinical reasoning in analyzing and determining effective intervention plan across diverse populations. In addition to this, the master’s-prepared nurses show mutually professional relationship with other healthcare professionals and maintain courteous communication through showing excellent aptitude in delegation, collaboration, and introducing conflict resolution approaches. Coordination of high-quality care is not only given for patients but also to families and communities.