Advanced Practice Issues
Creator:   Online Editor
Created:   8/31/2010
Contains:  11 items
How will Advanced Practice in Emergency Nursing evolve? Here are views, findings, and controversies.

The Use of Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants in Washington and Oregon Emergency Departments: A Descriptive Study of Current Practice

Abbott, Patricia D.; Schepp, Karen G.; Zierler, Brenda K.; More

Advanced Emergency Nursing Journal . 32(4):338-345, October/December 2010.

Use, staffing, and effectiveness of NPs/PAs in emergency departments.

FROM THE EDITORS

Hoyt, K. Sue; Proehl, Jean A.

Advanced Emergency Nursing Journal . 30(4):287-288, October/December 2008.

Regarding 2008's APRN Consensus Work Group and the National Council for State Boards of Nursing APRN Advisory Committee: Title Protection and APRN Representation.

FROM THE EDITORS

Hoyt, K. Sue; Proehl, Jean A.

Advanced Emergency Nursing Journal . 30(1):1-2, January/March 2008.

Future Forces in Healthcare: New Roles for Nurses. Of shortages, satisfaction, and whether we are an overhead cost or an income producer to hospitals.