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National Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists Model Statutory and Regulatory Language Governing Clinical Nurse Specialist Practice

LYON, BRENDA L. DNS, RN, FAAN; MINARIK, PAMELA A. MS, RN, CS, FAAN

Organizations/Networks: CNS Influence: Legislative and Regulatory Update: CE Feature Article

BRENDA L. LYON is an associate professor at Indiana University School of Nursing. She is a past president of the National Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists and has served as chairperson of the NACNS Legislative and Regulatory Committee. Dr. Lyon is an adult health CNS with a specialty focus in stress-related physical illness.

PAMELA A. MINARIK holds a joint appointment as an associate professor at Yale University School of Nursing in the psychiatric mental health nursing specialty and at Yale New Haven Hospital as a psychiatric consultation liaison CNS. She has served as a member of the NACNS Legislative and Regulatory Committee.

This article has been designated for CE credit. A closed-book, multiple-choice examination follows this article, which tests your knowledge of the following objectives:

Editor’s Note: In 2001, we will publish six articles for which 1 to 3 credit hours may be earned as part of a CNS’s learning activities. Examination questions are provided at the end of this article for your consideration. See the answer/enrollment form after the article for additional information regarding the program.

© 2001 Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Inc.