CONCLUSION The Consensus Model for APN should be adopted by all states NPs can

Conclusion the consensus model for apn should be

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CONCLUSION The Consensus Model for APN should be adopted by all states NP’s can help fill the shortage of primary health care providers In order to resolve health care crisis, APRN should be allowed to have full practice authority in all states. APNs should joint their state nursing organizations and advocate for full practice autonomy
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