Running head: NR510-WEEK6-DISCUSSION PART11NR510-Week6-Discussion Part1Stephanie ShanksChamberlain College of Nursing
NR510-WEEK6-DISCUSSION PART12NR510-Week6-Discussion Part1You have completed your nurse practitioner education, likely one of the most challengingtasks you have ever undertaken. Several of your graduated colleagues live in different states, including California, Washington, and Illinois. After a year of primary care practice in your respective states, you get together for a reunion and share your practice perspectives. It is apparent that your experiences are not equal.Discussion Question:How do licensure, accreditation, certification, and education (LACE) considerations differ for APN clinical roles for these three states: California, Washington and Illinois? Provide evidence for your responseHello Dr. Duncan and Class-As we proceed on our journey educating ourselves on the role of the APRN, we come to realize that, based on regulatory guidelines, every state is not the same. Each state comprises their own set of rules and regulations when it comes to the role of the APRN. As the demand continues to increase for the family physician, calling on the CNP for assistance to provide high-quality care at a lower cost to people across the nation is the latest trend (Stanley, 2012) “One promising and effective way to bridge the gap between needed and available primary care providers is to increase the production of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRNs), particularly of nurse practitioners (NPs) and clinical nurse specialists (CNSs). APRNs are increasingly used to fill
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- Fall '15
- Nursing, Registered nurse, clinical nurse specialist, Nursing specialties