Accredited education • Certification through AMCB • CRNA • Independent practice • Prescriptive authority • Accredited education • Certification and recertification required • Administer anesthesia without supervision of anesthesiologist • (American Association of Nurse Anesthetist, 2018) • (Nursing Licensure, 2018)
Illinois Recognizes four APRN roles All require written collaborative agreements Reduced Practice state Prescriptive authority (Illinois General Assembly, 2018) (Nursing Licensure, 2018)
Illinois CNP • Reduced practice • Prescriptive authority • Recognized as primary care provider • Accredited education • Certification • CNM • Reduced practice • Prescriptive authority • Accredited education • Certification (Illinois General Assembly, 2018) (Scope of Practice Policy, 2018)
Continuity Between States Professional organizations Advocacy Lobbying Policy change (Arabi, Rafii, Cheraghi, & Ghiyasvandian, 2014) ( Gadbois, Miller, Tyler, & Intrator, 2014) (Graham, 2013) ( Open Learn Create, 2018)
References Adams, E. K., & Markowitz, S. (2018). Improving efficiency in the health-care system: Removing anticompetitive barriers for advanced practice registered nurses and physician assistants. The Hamilton Project. Brookings Institute. Policy Proposal, (June), 1-32. Retrieved from - content/uploads/2018/06/ES_THP_20180611_AdamsandMarkowitz.pdf Altman, S. H. (2016). Assessing progress on the Institute of Medicine Report The Future of Nursing . NCBI. Retrieved from APN certification, licensure, & accreditation. Loyola University Chicago.
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