NR510 week 1 part 2 - Discussion Part One Part II How does your state define the role and scope of the CNP The American Association of Nurse

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Discussion Part One Part II: How does your state define the role and scope of the CNP? The American Association of Nurse Practitioners encourages the term full practice authority when referring to state practice laws that authorize nurse practitioners to evaluate patients, diagnose, order and interpret diagnostic test, initiate and manage treatments including prescribe medications, under the exclusive licensure authority of the state board of nursing (AANP, 2014). The state of Florida defines the role and scope of an Advance Registered Nurse Practitioner (ARNP) is defined a licensed person in Florida to practice nursing in specialized nursing, anesthetists, midwives, and nurse practitioners. The statutes 464.003 also states that an ARNP can only execute medical acts diagnosis, treatment, and practices to a protocol between ARNP and a Florida licensed medical
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