Public Profession Issue: Lack of Knowledge Regarding the NPs Scope of Practice

Over the past decade, increasing complexity of patient population, new education requirements for healthcare professionals and Affordable Care Act (ACA) have rearranged the health care system paying particular focus on the nurse practitioners’ (NPs...
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Professional Interview: The Role of NP in the Health Care Field

Permanent transformation of health care offers new possibilities for a nurse practitioner’s (NP) realization. Dynamic health care system contributes to the broadening of NP’s role in delivering patient-centered and holistic care. Particular situa...
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Clinical Nursing Environment

The clinical nursing environment plays an important role in the provision of health care. Nurses ensure that patients receive proper health care services, preventing them from any harm (Child & Institute of Medicine, 2004). Thus, it is crucial to...
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Evidence-Based Practice and Global Health

Introduction Evidenced-based practice in nursing comprises the application of the current trends in this specific field which requires exploiting a comprehensive research to suggest significant realignment and upgrades in the abovementioned sphere. ...
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Leadership Type

The role of nurses evolves constantly to conform better to the changing demands in the field. Nurses are now encouraged to take advanced roles previously out of their scope of responsibilities since they play a proactive role in changing the directio...
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General Role of the Advanced Nurse Professional

Currently, residing Latinos represent the largest and fastest growing minority population group in the United States. Therefore, there is a need to maximize the nurses’ awareness of Hispanic community culture and constructed perceptions of illness ...
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Trauma-Induced Coagulopathy

Introduction The article “Trauma-Induced Coagulopathy” by E. Katrancha and L. Gonzeles III presents information about coagulopathy that is also called clotting disorder. The journal Critical Care Nurse provides interesting information that can ...
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