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Buppert, C. (2011). Nurse practitioner's business practice & legal guide (4th ed.). Sudbury, MA: Jones & Bartlett.Nursing Licensure. (2016). Advanced registered nurse practitioner requirements in California. Retrieved from -practitioner.htmlNursing Licensure. (2016). Advanced registered nurse practitioner requirements in Illinois. Retrieved from -practitioner.htmlNursing Licensure. (2016). Advanced registered nurse practitioner requirements in Washington. Retrieved from -nurse-practitioner.htmlStanley, J. (2012). Impact of new regulatory st&ards on advanced practice registered nursing: The APRN consensus model & LACE. Nursing Clinics of North America, 47, p. 241-250. doi:10.1016/j.cnur.2012.02.001■Show LessInstructor Duncanreply to Jenica Hughes8/12/2016 1:30:03 AMRE: Discussion Question Part one
Hi Jenica,How do the supervisory requirements differ between the various states?Dr. DuncanShow LessJenica Hughesreply to Instructor Duncan8/12/2016 5:04:24 PMRE: Discussion Question Part oneHi Dr. Duncan, In comparing the supervisory requirements of each State, they each have different levels of supervision required by that State. In the state of California the NP has restricted practice. The State m&ates supervision, delegation, or team-management bya physician order to provide patient care (American Association of Nurse Practitioners[AANP], 2016). The state of Illinois has reduced practice which means that the State m&ates a regulated collaborative agreement with a physician in order to provide patient care & limits the setting or scope of one or more elements of NP practice (AANP, 2016). Lastly, Washington State allows full practice by a NP. This means that all NP's have the authority to "evaluate patients, diagnose, order & interpret diagnostictests, initiate & manage treatments, (including prescribing medications), under the exclusive licensure authority of the state board of nursing" (AANP, 2016). JenicaReferenceAmerican Association of Nurse Practitioners. (2016). State Practice Environment. Retrieved from -legislation/state-practice-environmentShow Less
Marsha Wiersteiner8/9/2016 8:24:08 PMDiscussion Question part 1Dr. Duncan & ClassLicensure, accreditation, certification & education (LACE) are criteria that form an APRN Consensus Model. This Consensus Model is an attempt to st&ardize the scope of practice for APN roles nationally. However, there is stillmuch variance from state to state related to the practice of APN & their SOP. According to Kendig (2014) more that 65% of US have changed legislation to utilize Consensus Model elements, & while this shows great promise, there is still a long way to go to achieve uniformity.