APRN


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APRNAlaska Public Radio Network
APRNAdvanced Practice Registered Nurse
APRNAsia Pacific Research Network
APRNAssociation of Perioperative Registered Nurses
APRNAn Phoblacht Republican News (Ireland)
APRNAgricultural Policy Research Network (various locations)
APRNAgricultural Policy Research Networks (Canada)
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In the emergency department, care teams are being designed in which an APRN and physician evaluate patients with specific complaints as a team and determine the initial interventions needed, then the APRN is responsible for re-evaluations and disposition of the patient.
June Benoit, APRN, FNP will be joining the ANA Monthly Health, Safety, & Wellness Conference Calls/ Webinars.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) issued a policy paper on March 12 stating that state legislators should be cautious when evaluating proposals to limit the scope of practice of APRNs since such proposals may reduce competition that benefits consumers.
* Add a third category of licensed nurses so that the statutes include Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN), Professional Registered Nurse (RN) and Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN).
We strongly support the APRN Consensus Document in efforts to standardize licensure, accreditation, credentialing and education guidelines to allow professional mobility for all NPs.
Many believe APRN's will be a key to the future changes within healthcare.
Established last November, the APRN was founded by three PR agencies from the UAE, Egypt and Saudi Arabia.
Now located in the Elmo Sackett Broadcast Center at the entrance to the campus of Alaska Pacific University in Anchorage, APRN and KSKA share space and infrastructure with public television station KAKM Channel 7.
Carol Hartigan, RN, MA, certification programs strategist, and Beth Martin, RN, MSN, CCNS, ACNP, then AACN Certification Corporation chair-elect, represented AACN at the National Council of State Boards of Nursing APRN Roundtable in Chicago.
The model identifies four roles that can be given the APRN title: certified registered nurse anesthetist, certified nurse-midwife, clinical nurse specialist, and certified nurse practitioner.
This article is dedicated to Judith Luehr, APRN, who carried the collective vision of the GO Program to fruition.