Advanced practice nurse


Advanced practice nurse

Advanced Practice Nurses (APNs), also known as Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRNs), are Registered Nurses with advanced education, knowledge, skills, and scope of practice. [cite web|url=http://nursingworld.org/readroom/fsadvprc.htm|title=American Nurses Association]

ee also

* Nurse
* Nursing
* Clinical nurse specialist
* Nurse Practitioner
* Nurse Midwife
* Nurse anesthetist

External links

* [http://www.dnapn.de/ Germany Network of Advanced Practice Nurses]
* [http://www.capni.org/ Coalition of Advanced Practice Nurses of Indiana]
* [http://www.caapn.com/ Canadian Association of Advanced Practice Nurses]

References

Deutsches Netzwerk für Advance Nursing Practicewww.dnapn.de

References

ENP Network "The Professional Social Network created exclusively for the APN industry.www.enpnetwork.com


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