Advanced Practice Registered Nurse Development of Onboarding Process-2016

Created by: Lisa A. Adams MSN, ANP-C, FNP-C

Nsg. 705 West Chester University

State Regulatory Map

Green: Full Practice: State practice and licensure law provides for all nurse practitioners to evaluate patients, diagnose, order and interpret diagnostic tests, initiate and manage treatments—including prescribe medications—under the exclusive licensure authority of the state board of nursing. This is the model recommended by the Institute of Medicine and National Council of State Boards of Nursing.

Yellow: Reduced Practice: State practice and licensure law reduces the ability of nurse practitioners to engage in at least one element of NP practice. State law requires a regulated collaborative agreement with an outside health discipline in order for the NP to provide patient care or limits the setting or scope of one or more elements of NP practice.

Red: Restricted Practice: State practice and licensure law restricts the ability of a nurse practitioner to engage in at least one element of NP practice. State requires supervision, delegation, or team-management by an outside health discipline in order for the NP to provide patient care

Developing an Onboarding Process for the APRN.......

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Created by Lisa Adams, MSN, ANP-C, FNP-C images by sasint - "hospital assistance care for" • Freeimages9 - "hand hold care" • v923z - "Tranquil landscape" • WALDEMAR MERGER | fotografie & design - "Green Mile" • Zach Dischner - "It Doesn't Get Any Better" • Courtney Nash - "Success!" • thenext28days - "Desire for Success" • ccPixs.com - "Crossroads: Success or Failure" • keijj44 - "champions award trophy" • skeeze - "obstacle course teamwork" • skeeze - "obstacle course teamwork"

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