By Ann B. Hamric
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Sample Employment Contract APPENDIX B. Sample Collaborative Practice Agreement APPENDIX C. Sample Query Letter Index Contributors Ann Reid Anderson, MSN, RNC, ANP Nurse Practitioner, Student Health Services, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia Chapter 13. The Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Anne-Marie Barron, PhD, RN, CS Associate Professor and Associate Chair for Undergraduate Nursing, Simmons College Clinical Nurse Specialist and Faculty Nurse Scientist, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts Chapter 7.
Strengthening Advanced Practice Nursing in Organizational Structures: Administrative Considerations Eileen T. O'Grady, PhD, RN, NP Policy Editor, The American Journal of Nurse Practitioners and Nurse Practitioner World News, McLean, Virginia Chapter 13. The Primary Care Nurse Practitioner; Chapter 22. Health Policy Issues in Changing Environments Jeanne Salyer, PhD, RN Associate Professor, Adult Health and Nursing Systems, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia Chapter 18. Evolving and Innovative Opportunities for Advanced Practice Nursing Cheryl A.
It has been the unvarying policy of the organization over the 35 years of its service to work in close cooperation with the medical profession doing nursing and preventive health work entirely and avoiding any semblance of the “practice of medicine” in competition with the doctors…. We will call a meeting… to which the members of your group will be invited for a frank discussion of our common problems. Although the records about this meeting are no longer available, one can assume that the meeting happened and the nurses continued to practice, because HSS remained active until the 1950s.
Advanced Practice Nursing: An Integrative Approach, 4th Edition by Ann B. Hamric