n the current healthcare world, both master’s prepared and baccalaureate-prepared nurses play a crucial role in upholding important healthcare standards and responsibilities. While both uphold such responsibilities, there is a clear and defined difference between the two. Both types of nursing involve interactive patient care, however the practice of a master’s prepared nurse involves more research and application of theory to practice. Critical thinking is an attribute every nurse strives to implement; however, the master’s level nurse has a duty to actively implement such critical thinking into the improvement and growth of nursing as an industry. The master’s-prepared nurse takes on a new level of leadership and demands a certain level of respectwithin their work field. The master’s-prepared nurse should understand that their practice will include implementing and transitioning research from their studies into the workplace setting. This specifically is one of the larger differences between masters and baccalaureate-prepared nurses. Research and implementation of such research is included into the scope of practice uponcompletion of masters-leveled studies. However, beyond just up and coming research, the master’s prepared nurse has a duty to implement other factors into the workplace. According to modern literature, “The master’s-prepared nurse of the future must be proficient in the development and management of accountable care systems using state-of-the-art technology” (Abamohamadi, Fakhr-Movahedi, Soleimani, & Emadi, 2017). Within the practice of the master’s-prepared nurse, they will have the duty of staying up to date on modern advances withinthe medical technology world and then trying their best to implement such technology into their personal workplace.
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