Challenges Facing Nurse Practitioners

  • The 2010 Iom Report: the Impact on the Future of Nurse Practitioners

    the Future of Nurse Practitioners Alexis A. Voigt Grand Canyon University: NRS-430V Professional Dynamics August 23, 2012 The 2010 IOM Report: The Impact on the Future of Nurse Practitioners In response to the 2001 Institute of Medicine (IOM) report on the need for healthcare reform, the IOM released a comprehensive report on future needs in the field of nursing to ensure the success of the reformation. One aspect that was reported on was the need for more Nurse Practitioners (NP) being employed

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  • Challenges Insurance Compnies Are Facing in Developing Tied Agency Distribution Channel

    potential attracts me to enter in this sector and SBI LIFE INSURANCE has given me the opportunity to work and get experience in highly competitive and enhancing sector. This job training also helped me a lot in understanding the process and the challenges faced in building effective distribution channels for life insurance products by establishing network of life insurance advisors or tied agency channel. Table Of Contents Declaration ................

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  • Challenges Insurance Compnies Are Facing in Developing Tied Agency Distribution Channel

    23. Sahara India Life Insurance Co, Ltd. PURPOSE To find what challenges insurance companies are facing in developing tied agency channel in current scenario and thus providing solutions and suggestions for developing it. To provide suggestions and solutions for insurance companies in developing their tied agency channel of distribution

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  • Nurse Practitioner

    PYaidelyn Alonso SLS1125: Matos 4/20/12 Nurses: “Caring Today for a Healthier Tomorrow” Growing up in a house hold of medical personnel, such as my mother and my aunt and other close relatives has really inspired me to become a Nurse Practitioner, but most of all my inspiration has come due to the death of my father. I want to help patients who may have false hope, who may think that there’s nothing anyone can do, I want to give patients hope, and I will devote my life to make a difference

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  • Challenges Facing the Youth in Today’s Society

    Challenges Facing the Youth in Today’s Society Most of the problems facing today’s youth are not restricted to any one ethnic or religious group, but affect young people generally. Most discussions on youth have focussed on issues such as drug abuse, crime, violence, sexuality and poverty. In addition to these, today’s youth are afflicted by new challenges. These include: An Identity Crisis: Who am I? Lack of self confidence and low self esteem: I am worthless A sense of hopelessness: Where

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  • Key Challenges Facing the Coal Sector

    Key Challenges facing the coal Sector The critical issues facing the coal sector are highlighted below: • Lack of Investments in Mining In spite of the economic liberalization of 1991 the mining sector has not seen major investments. This is possibly due to the problems such as government policy, land acquisition, development of infrastructure, transportation system, social engineering and community development involved in major green field site projects. There is a need to re-look at the total

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  • Nurses

    Ethical Issues for Nurses Alexis Bushay HCA 322 Health Care Ethics & Medical Law Instructor: Jennine Kinsey August 18, 2012 Ethical Issues for Nurses Ethical issues have always affected the role of the professional nurse. Efforts to enact this standard may cause conflict in health care settings in which the traditional roles of the nurse are delineated within a bureaucratic structure. Nurses have more direct contact with patients than one can even imagine, which plays a huge role in protecting

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  • Key Challenges Facing the Management of Organisations over the Next Ten Years or so

    Managing of organisations looms to be a bigger challenge by every passing decade. The globalisation of world economies has seen an influx of innumerable cultures and diversity in every work place. At the same time, the recession in this millennium has seen innumerable job cuts and change in practises by the same organisations. It is necessary for the management to recognise the complexity this has posed in the recent past and also prepare for the same in the not so distant future. The purpose of

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  • Nurses

    Objective. To study the impact of minimum direct care staffing (MDCS) requirements on nurse staffing levels, nurse skill mix, and quality. Data Sources. U.S. nursing home facility data from the Online Survey Certification and Reporting (OSCAR) System merged with MDCS requirements. Study Design. Facility-level outcomes of nurse staffing levels, nurse skill mix, and quality measures are regressed on the level of nurse staffing required by MDCS requirements in the prior year and other controls using fixed

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  • Is Managing Role Ambiguity the Number One Challenge Facing Employers in the Silicon Age?

    Generation Change: Is Managing Role Ambiguity The Number One Challenge Facing Employers in the Silicon Age? Generation Change: Is Managing Role Ambiguity The Number One Challenge Facing Employers in the Silicon Age? Are you struggling to keep your workforce motivated and harmonious in the face of constant change? Is your team struggling to deal with the ambiguity created by a fast-evolving market place? You aren’t alone, and a solution may be closer to home for your workforce than perhaps

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  • Nurse

    Description: Register Nurse Alexia Hogle, Courtney Nessel, Tristin Gibson, Kyle Armstrong Registered Nurse Job Purpose: Registered nurses (RNs) provide and coordinate patient care, educate patients and the public about various health conditions, and provide advice and emotional support to patients and their family members. Registered Nurse Duties: • Record patients' medical histories and symptoms • Give patients medicines and treatments • Set up plans for patients’ care or contribute to existing

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  • The Challenges Facing Labour Unions Today

    The Challenges Facing Labour Unions Today Good morning ladies and gentleman. Today I am going to talk about some of the challenges facing labor unions today and how we can rise to meet them. Government policies may vary from province to province but we are fortunate enough to have some of the strongest labor legislation out there. The economic recession has been hard on everyone and unions are no exception, with the lay-offs or closures of plants and businesses, the union faces the challenge of

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  • Challenges Facing Arab Families

    Challenges Facing Arab Families A family in the Arab world can be defined as the basic socioeconomic unit that influences the society as a whole. Families in the Arab society are interconnected and closely integrated in so many ways, yet in recent years changes were significant and challenges caused a movement away from the traditional family structure. According to Barakat’s article, families “evolved into a patriarchal, pyramidally, hierarchical and extended institution”(97). A family is therefore

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  • Challenges Facing Service Delivery in Hotel Industry in Kenya

    delivery architecture (such as service creation, session and protocol) for a type of service different players define its component and it breath and depth is a slightly different way of Maintaining high quality services, the hotel is faced by the challenges of accommodation and food if the services rendered and product issued do not fully fit the customers' expectation, poor quality service deliveries will be established from the customers' perspectives. Its vital for the hotel industry therefore to

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  • Challenges Facing the Fashion Industry in Ghana

    world. In doing so, they eliminate many Ghanaian clothing companies from their supply chain. The result has been major market share declines and job losses in the industry. Aug The Ghanaian clothing sector of the fashion industry faces many challenges. the rise of low-cost goods from Asia, a slowdown in consumer spending, difficulty in accessing capital, lack of innovation from entrepreneurs, relatively high prices of products due to high unit cost, poor distribution channels and inability to

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  • Challenges Facing the Music Industry

    Challenges facing the Music Industry As Albert Moran puts it, “film is an economic commodity as well as a cultural good” (Albert Moran, 1996) and therefore, the struggle to dominate the market for films and music has continued for such a long time. These cultural products because of the industrial processes they follow of production, distribution and consumption fall into the category of an industry and are immensely affected by the forces of the market. Distribution is the key factor in determining

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  •           Challenges Facing Maritime Education and Research in a Changing Environment:  

              Challenges Facing Maritime Education and Research in a Changing Environment:        Implications for ITMMA  Author(s):      T. Notteboom and Van Laeken, F.    This chapter has been included in the book:       Ports are more than piers, Antwerp: De Lloyd       This is a PDF file of an unedited manuscript that, in a modified form, has been accepted for publication or has already been published. For the convenience of the visitors of this site, an   early version of the manuscript

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  • Challenges Facing Sphe

    environment in which the core principles of SPHE thrive is created (, 2011). Unfortunately SPHE is a subject that poses many challenges also to schools and this essay through research in the area and reference to personal experience as a teacher and student will help to investigate these challenges and provide suggestions for dealing with them when they arise. Challenges that arise in SPHE and Suggestions for Dealing with them – the Subject Much research has been done in the area of SPHE with

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  • Challenges Facing Banking Industry in Kenya

    B jogoo road branch for their help and cooperation iii ABSTRACT With reference to K.C.B this research is carried out to investigate the challenges facing the banking industry in Kenya. The specific objectives are; to investigate whether theft cases in banks are a major problem, to establish if ATM card skimming is a problem to the banking industry in Kenya, to determine if high interest rates

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  • The Music Industry: Facing New Challenges?

    to receive a more favorable evaluation if preceded by mediocre applicants and a less favorable evaluation if preceded by strong applicants. Projection It's easy to judge others if we assume that they're similar to us. For instance, if you want challenge and responsibility in your job, you assume that others want the same. Or, you're honest and trustworthy, so you take it for granted that other people are equally honest and trustworthy. This tendency to attribute one's own characteristics to other

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  • Nurse Practitioner

    Nurse Practitioner As a nurse practitioner, assessing a client’s health literacy, culture and language would be my first step in dealing with clients with poor adherence to care regimens. Providing patient forms and educational materials that are appropriate from cultural, linguistic, and literacy standpoints (Singleton 2009), or providing, if necessary an interpreter, would ensure along with return demonstration that the client can adhere to care regimens. I could make a difference in the APN’s

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  • Review of Hass Foundation National Study of Challenges Facing Nonprofit Fundraising

    “The purpose of fundraising is not to raise money, but to raise donors. You don’t want gift, you want givers.” -Kim Klein, Fundraising for Social Change In reviewing the report from Hass Foundation on the National Study of Challenges Facing Nonprofit Fundraising, this report is first time that executive directors and senior development directors have ever been surveyed about the state of nonprofit development. The Haas Foundation in partnership with CompassPoint surveyed over 2,700

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  • Main Challenges Facing Software Houses While Developing Erp Systems

    Main Challenges facing Software Houses while developing customized Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Systems Research Methods Course Done By Suhaib Adnan Al-Helo (8100611) Supervised By Dr. Amjad Abu Elsamen Dr. Mutaz Al-Debei The University Of Jordan Main Challenges facing Software Houses while developing customized Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Systems Introduction The Enterprise Resource Planning (for short ERP) is an information system deals with external and internal

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  • Reflection on My Role as Student Nurse and Future Healthcare Practitioner

    Future Healthcare Practitioner. The aim of this essay is to reflect on my role as a future health care practitioner and this I will be carrying out by using the Rolfe’s reflective MODEL. According to Wikipedia (Rolfe, 2001) stated that through the Rolfe reflective model, ‘’..a description of the situation is given which then leads into the scrutiny of the situation and the construction of knowledge that has been learnt through the experience.” As a future learning disability Nurse, I will be looking

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  • Research on Challenges Facing Sport in the Country Still Doing Litereature Review.

    Development Factor: The Challenge of Sport in the 21st Century Posted: 10/21/2014 8:39 am EDT Updated: 10/29/2014 9:59 Sport occupies a peculiar place in world dynamics in that it surpasses the limitations of geographical boundaries and social classes. Still, a gap remains between developed and developing nations when it comes to sport. In the industrialized world, sport as an economic sector represents approximately 2% of GDP. For developing economies, though, the challenge remains making sport

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  • Nurse Practitioner Role Development

    FNP Role Development Katy Lehigh Concordia University Wisconsin FNP Role Development For five decades nurse practitioners have been providing safe, effective, quality primary care services to all ages and populations. As a testament to their commitment and excellence nurse practitioners are being chosen as provider of choice by millions of Americans. Becoming a skilled provider is a dynamic process that occurs over time. Effective role development is essential in becoming a dynamic, compassionate

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  • Abc Facing Challenges

    Title : Opportunities and Challenges that ABC Corporation is Facing Executive Summary Different strategies that key executives deliver to his/her sub-ordinates could make totally different cultures and business models of the company. ABC Corporation, a US listed chemical company is now under this transformation from a simple reporting hierarchy company to a matrix organization. Its aggressive vision till 2020 would amaze lots of the outsiders including shareholders and external analysts by boosting

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  • Challenges Facing Un Security Council

    Challenges facing the UN Security Council Objective The U.N security council of the United Nations has the primary responsibility under the United Nations Charter for the maintenance of international peace and security Preston, (2006). Under the Charter, all Members of the United Nations agree to accept and carry out the decisions of the Security Council. While other parts of the United Nations make recommendations to various States, the Council has the power to make decisions that Member States

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  • The Future Challenges Facing Health Care in the Us

    The Future Challenges Facing Health Care in the United States Gregrey McDaniel Professor: Manuel Johnican, PhD Strayer University HSA 500 11 June 2011 Identify and describe at least three of the most difficult issues facing health care in the United States today. One of the most difficult issues facing the United States health care system is combating diseases. Even with mortality rates continuing to decrease and with life expectancy rates continuing to increase, these trends

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  • Challenges Facing the Finance Industry

    Challenges Facing the Finance Industry This paper will explore three problems facing the finance industry. Those problems include cybersecurity, compliance with regulation, and risk management. Three solutions will also be addressed later in this paper. 1 When one thinks about the finance industry, banks, credit agencies, insurance companies, and equity firms may come to mind. Over the years financial institutions have not been up to par. With the financial crisis that happened

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  • Challenges Facing University Trained Structural Engineers in the Construction Industry in Kenya.


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  • Family Nurse Practitioner

    Family Nurse Practitioner Melissa Rodden South University NSG 5000 Role of Advanced Practice Nurse: Family Nurse Practitioner April 18, 2015 Abstract The issues of patient safety and the increasing scope of family nurse practitioners in medical practice have been dealt with in this paper. National Patient Safety Guidelines are an important tool to help standardize

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  • Direct Contact and Its Impact on Challenges Facing Adopted Children- a Literature Review

    Direct Contact and its impact on challenges facing adopted children: A Literature Review. Table of content: 1) Abstract …………………………………………..3 2) Introduction and research question ………... 3 3) Methodology and Method……………………... 8 4) Key Findings……………………………………... 16 5) Analysis and Discussion………………………. 25 6) Limitations………………………………………

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  • Challenges Facing Emirates Motor Company

    Challenges Facing Emirates Motor Company in the Importation of Automobiles from Germany to UAE Name of Student Name of Instructor Name of Institution Date of Submission Executive Summary There are a number of challenges faced by organizations wishing to conduct business with other firms in a foreign country. The reason behind this is that the organization will be required to engage either in the importation or exportation of goods or services. The Emirates Motor Company has for many years

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  • Internet Challenges Facing Marketers

    global economy serves to cover just about every demographic entity within society. Thus, the challenge for marketing managers is to know that segment of society which is most likely to buy and use their product, good or service. Clearly, successful companies must actively pursue an Internet marketing initiative, so that they will be both financially solvent and viably competitive. Internet Challenges Facing Marketers When marketing a product, good or service for a particular industry or company

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  • Hr Challenges Facing American Companies in Europe

    differences when it comes to doing business in Europe. Human Resources managers, who usually are the ones who end up smoothing over ruffled feathers, should prepare themselves to deal with a new field of HR problems. This paper will discuss some of the HR challenges American companies doing business in Europe and how they can overcome them. A different political and Economic landscape Although Europe, and Britain in particular, is America's closest political and economic partners, many Americans have

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  • Challenges of New Graduate Nurses: Transition to Practice

    Challenges of New Graduate Nurses: Transition to Practice Job retention rates amongst newly graduate nurses tend to fluctuate widely. These fluctuations have many possible and combined explanations including orientation quality, level of confidence, residency programs, pay rates, mentoring programs, management support, and countless views of job satisfaction. My concept will focus on transition to practice success of new graduate nurses in relationship to their organization’s orientation process

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  • Nurse Practitioner

    ROLES OF A NURSE PRACTITIONER Sabine Dorsainvil NSG5000 South University The role of a family nurse practitioner is a fundamental portion of the future of healthcare. The role is clearly not as understood by other healthcare professionals as needed which results in the disagreement if the role of a family nurse practitioner is even required for primary care. As people are getting older, the need for medical professionals that can provide patient care to our ever growing population increases

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  • Three Problems or Challenges I’m Facing That Is Making It Difficult to Pursuing My Education and Career Goals

    Three problems or challenges I’m facing that is making it difficult to pursuing my education and career goals. First would be spending time with my children. I have found it difficult to spend the time with my children I feel is necessary. I have learning in the chapter 6 reading of “Building on your best for career success” that the first thing is, “Time management.” I have accomplished this by having a written schedule. I have scheduled time each day for my children. In the reading it states to

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  • Challenges Facing L'Oreal Management

    significantly better support in the upcoming version of Microsoft's primary development environment Visual Studio to enhance the developer experience". Resources: L'; Case Study Questions (7 marks each) 1. What are the challenges facing L'Oreal management? 2. Make a list of all the functionalities of M@sternet described in the video. What kind of a knowledge management system is M@sternet? 3. Why did L'Oreal say it chose the SharePoint platform? 4. What do you think are the

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  • Challenges Facing E-Learning in Teaching Business Education Courses, Strategies for Improvement.


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  • Total Quality Management - What Are the Challenges Facing the Indian Hospitality Industry

    Management at Bharti 1. Why did Bharti Tele-ventures opt for a CRM solution? 2. What were the challenges faced by Bharti in its CRM implementation process? 3. Discuss the strategy used by the company for implementing CRM and why. 4. Explain the various benefit received by Bharti after implementing CRM. CASE 03: Hotel Valuation Services ( HVS ) 1. What are the challenges facing the Indian hospitality industry? 2. What is HVS? What are the recommendations of HVS mentioned

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  • Hr Practitioner

    Within the field of HR, practitioners operate at several different levels, tasks and responsibilities varying according to their level and status. For example people in senior roles such as – HR managers will be involved in departmental management corporate strategy and HR policy formulation. Those in the middle ranks may specialise in a particular field and have sectional responsibility. The lower levels such as HR officers and administrators carry out operational level tasks such as administrative

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  • Future Challenges Facing Healthcare in the U.S.

    • • • • • • The Future Challenges Facing Health Care in the United States • Donna Kester • Dr. James Driscoll • HSA 500 • December 7, 2011 • The Future Challenges Facing Health Care in the United States Identify and describe at least three of the most difficult issues facing health care in the United States today. One of the most difficult challenges that our healthcare system faces is in long term health care policies such as Medicare and

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  • Nurse

    I’m not one of those people who grew up always knowing that they wanted to become a nurse. I went through the usual childhood fantasies: pilot, lawyer, scientist, architect, etc. But, never a nurse. My complete fascination and admiration for the profession is something that came to me rather recently in my life. In fact, what inspired me to pursue nursing was my experience with my pregnancies and the birth of my second child. Second child? Yes, I have two babies. So maybe I am going about things

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  • The Challenges Facing Labour Unions Today

    talk about some of the challenges facing labor unions today and how we can rise to meet them. Government policies may vary from province to province but we are fortunate enough to have some of the strongest labor legislation out there. The economic recession has been hard on everyone and unions are no exception, with the lay-offs or closures of plants and businesses, the union faces the challenge of ensuring we stay strong and effective. In the workplace there are many challenges relating to diversity

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  • The Challenges Facing Professional Sports

    Chapter 3 THE CHALLENGES FACING PROFESSIONAL SPORTS The Financial Status of Professional Sports Growth of Professional Sports Major Leagues Minor Leagues State of Women’s Professional Sports Leagues Other Successful Sports Properties The Economic Reality of Professional Sports Team Financial Statements Controlling Player Costs National Football League National Basketball Association Major League Baseball National Hockey League European Soccer’s Path to Financial Health:

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  • The Future Challenges Facing Health Care in the United States

    The Future Challenges Facing Health Care in the United States Liz M. Santiago Dr. Watson HSA 500 March 11, 2012 Identify and describe at least three of the most difficult issues facing health care in the United States today.  Our health care system is complex in the way it is setup and the way it operates. There are many key issues that face the health care system in the United States today. Three of the most difficult issues include diseases, health disparities and paying for

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  • Soc the Rise of Nurse Practitioners

    Select ONE (1) of the following issues which relates to the social organisation of health care: The rise of nurse practitioners Using a sociological perspective, write a paper which explains what health sociology can contribute to an understanding of your selected issue. The paper must use the following headings: Issue Description Provide a minimum 200-word detailed description of the health issue you have chosen. Theoretical Perspective Provide a minimum 500-word sociological analysis

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  • Challenges Facing Nurse Practitioners

    Challenges Facing Nurse Practitioners Over the last decade, the changing demands in health care have resulted in a significant demand for Nurse Practitioners. A nurse practitioner (NP) is a nurse with a graduate degree in advanced practice nursing. The NP has completed a nurse practitioner program in primary health care and has advanced knowledge and clinical expertise in assessment, diagnosis, treatment, and health care management. The nurse practitioner provides wide-ranging and constant care

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