Understanding how your role is defined by the consensus model will assist you in working within your scope of practice.
Compare and contrast each of the population focused roles authorized by the nurse practice act in the state in which you live. What are the barriers to practice in your state for each one of the roles?
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Advanced Practice Nursing: An Integrative Approach
Chapter 21: â€œUnderstanding Regulatory, Legal, and Credentialing Requirementsâ€
Chapter 22: â€œHealth Policy Issues in Changing Environmentsâ€
Question # 2: The New Regulatory Model for APRNs
Review content in the Hamric textbook that refers to the proposed new Regulatory Model for APRNs. Go to the Internet to review the full text of the Consensus Model. Review regulations imposed by your state board of nursing. How will the new model improve practice parameters and patient safety in your state?