advanced nurse practitioner


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advanced nurse practitioner

An umbrella term for the following health care professionals: certified nurse-midwife, certified registered nurse anesthetist, clinical nurse specialist, and nurse practitioner.
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The potential for advanced Nurse Practitioners to contribute to improved client outcomes was recognised in a number of areas but the means by which this would be funded remains unclear.
Gwen Taylor, practice manager at Newburn Practice, said: "The new GP sessions are an enhancement to the service already being provided by the advanced nurse practitioners.
Andy Lodwick, advanced nurse practitioner, Cardiff and Vale University Health Board
She said: "The role of the Advanced Nurse Practitioner was created over a decade ago and allows nurses to do many of the tasks that their medical colleagues do.
ANIMAL SAFARI: These white rhinos at Knowsley Safari Park should see the torch pass through TORCHDOWN: The flame will be carried over the River Mersey by ferry PARKLIFE: The torch will also be passing through Birkenhead Park BEARER: Advanced nurse practitioner Rob Jackson IN TRAINING: Molly Steel from the Salisbury ABC, Everton, who will carry the Olympic torch in Liverpool
Mum of four and grandmother of one Dinah, 53, who lives in Tremeirchion, near St Asaph, said: "The role of the Advanced Nurse Practitioner was created over a decade ago and allows nurses to do many of the tasks that their medical colleagues do.
Dr Iain Kennedy joined the condemnation of the proposal to replace Highland doctors on leave with advanced nurse practitioners.
Macmillan has funded four advanced nurse practitioners, a counsellor and a navigator at Birmingham's Royal Orthopaedic Hospital.
It said examples would include "online self-management and signposting to other services, better use of the talents in the wider workforce, such as advanced nurse practitioners, clinical pharmacists, care navigators, physiotherapists and medical assistants, and greater use of digital technology, for example, apps connecting patients to their practice (and) phone and email consultations.
Geriatric Essentials' advanced nurse practitioners partner with 19 nursing homes, assisted care living facilities and assisted residential communities throughout Tennessee and Mississippi to provide psychiatric and multidisciplinary behavioral interventions.

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