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Understanding the many roles of healthcare professionals can be confusing and the last thing we need is misinformation from journalists. Although she is entitled to have her own opinion about nurses and nurse practitioners, McCaughy’s 1/5/2015 New York Post piece is pretty dangerous since … Continue reading
Respect for all levels of nursing should be status quo while promoting higher education for nurses is key for developing nurses leaders. Nurse leaders are essential for creating systems that provide safer, kinder, more cost-effective care. With this in mind, Confident … Continue reading
I respect physicians, but sometimes I just don’t get how this kind of interference happens. Does Congress think Nurse Practitioners are so limited they can’t sign a home health plan? If anything, they have MORE experience in home health than … Continue reading