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Canadian Nurses Association applauds removal of critical federal legislative barriers to nurse practitioners (Posted March 23 2017) | A Day In the Life: Meet Chelsea Rogerson, NP-PHC (Posted November 24th 2016) | Nurse Practitoner Competencies (Posted August 8 2016) | Nurse Practitioners | NP Medication Guidelines | ARNPEI Policies (updated Dec 4 2015) | ARNPEI Bylaws (Updated Feb 23 2015) Updated June 10 2015) | Professional Misconduct- Did you know? (Posted July 22 2016) | Registered Nurses

Nurse Practitioners

NPs are “registered nurses with additional educational preparation and experience who possess and demonstrate the competencies to autonomously diagnose,3 order and interpret diagnostic tests, prescribe pharmaceuticals, and perform specific procedures within their legislated scope of practice.”4 The NP role is derived from blending “clinical diagnostic and therapeutic knowledge, skills and abilities within a nursing framework that emphasizes holism, health promotion and partnership with individuals and families, as well as communities.”5 The education and experience of NPs uniquely positions them to function both independently and collaboratively in a variety of settings across the continuum of care. (CNA, 2009) .

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Canadian Nurses Association applauds removal of critical federal legislative barriers to nurse practitioners (Posted March 23 2017) | A Day In the Life: Meet Chelsea Rogerson, NP-PHC (Posted November 24th 2016) | Nurse Practitoner Competencies (Posted August 8 2016) | Nurse Practitioners | NP Medication Guidelines | ARNPEI Policies (updated Dec 4 2015) | ARNPEI Bylaws (Updated Feb 23 2015) Updated June 10 2015) | Professional Misconduct- Did you know? (Posted July 22 2016) | Registered Nurses

Nurse Practitioners

NPs are “registered nurses with additional educational preparation and experience who possess and demonstrate the competencies to autonomously diagnose,3 order and interpret diagnostic tests, prescribe pharmaceuticals, and perform specific procedures within their legislated scope of practice.”4 The NP role is derived from blending “clinical diagnostic and therapeutic knowledge, skills and abilities within a nursing framework that emphasizes holism, health promotion and partnership with individuals and families, as well as communities.”5 The education and experience of NPs uniquely positions them to function both independently and collaboratively in a variety of settings across the continuum of care. (CNA, 2009) .

Nurse Practitioner Resources