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practitioner

Christian Science a person authorized to practise spiritual healing
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While several physician groups oppose the perceived replacement of physicians with nurse practitioners as primary care clinicians, a survey finds that more physicians would recommend that qualified students pursue careers as nurse practitioners rather than as primary care physicians.
It is not because of demand but because of a law that ties the work of nurse practitioners to doctors, said Okoro, who has a doctorate in nursing practice.
and Nurse Practitioner Perspective enhance the professional development of all NPs and DNPs who are looking for leadership and guidance during this transition period.
In 22 states, nurse practitioners must have collaborative, written agreements with physicians outlining each other's specific roles, rights and responsibilities, usually as defined by the state.
Nurse practitioners are licensed, expert clinicians with advanced training who provide primary, acute and specialty healthcare services.
Nurse practitioners practice in several settings, including private physician or NP practices, retail-based clinics (such as national chain drugstores), hospitals, nursing homes, public health departments and more.
Canadian nurse practitioner initiative: Implementation and evaluation toolkit for nurse practitioners in Canada.
d) Nurse Practitioner Modernization Bill, changing education law, the Nurse Practitioner Professional Association.
On 1 November, a landmark win for nursing and midwifery was implemented when Nurse Practitioners and eligible midwives were finally able offer their patients access to MBS and PBS rebates.
She is pursuing her Masters degree, focusing, on Adult Nurse Practitioner at the University of California, San Francisco (June 2011).
The NHSC Scholarship guidance has been expanded from Family Nurse Practitioner to include Nurse Practitioners specializing in adult, family, geriatrics, pediatrics, psychiatric, or women's health.
Pediatric nurse practitioner certification review guide; primary care, 5th ed.

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