The staff comment refers to an FTC staff policy paper, issued in March 2014, which analyzes the competitive implications of various types of APRN
This is not the first time the AMA has sought to restrict APRN
Licensure in each state would be converted to APRN
from the existing 26 titles.
The VA amended its medical regulations to permit full practice authority of three APRN
roles--NP, CNM and CNS when they are acting within the scope of their VA employment.
A: If there is another APRN
in the office or clinic, I would shadow him/her or else ask the physician to shadow him/her to learn office routines Continuing education offerings are always helpful
Thus, the APRN
was recognized with an additional license.
is a broad term that includes certified nurse practitioners, clinical nurse specialists, certified registered nurse anesthetists, and certified nurse midwives.
Consensus Model Legislation Coalition is asking for the entire nursing community to become informed about the pending legislative proposal and discuss it with colleagues, students, family, friends, patients, and most importantly, their legislators.
One educational strategy to address this challenge is the use of high-fidelity patient simulation (HFPS), which allows APRN
students to develop critical thinking skills with a wide variety of patient scenarios, including low-frequency and complex clinical emergency situations, without risk for student or patient.
In order to lawfully delegate medication administration, the APRN
must first apply for and obtain from the state nursing board a certificate of authority to prescribe drugs.
In May, I convened the first Georgia APRN
become more prevalent, the American Association of Colleges of Nursing has proposed that new entrants to APRN
programs consider completing a doctorate as opposed to simply a master's degree, though current APRNs
may continue to practice with their current degrees.