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Advanced Practice Nursing: Emphasizing Common Roles

by Joan M. Stanley

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Prepare your graduate students to take leadership roles inthe future of Advance Practice Nursing. The author address the major issuesfacing Advanced Practice Nursing today from a collective perspective thatbegins with its historical roots and progresses to contemporary concerns andtrends. This approach enables APNs to understanding the practice challengesfacing them today and think about new ways of effecting changes to healthpolicy that will ensure patients receive quality, cost-effective care, and thatrecognize APNs as full participants.

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