As a consequence of the tendency to fight for retail customers, most experts feel that CPNP
, with above-cost termination rates, has a positive effect on the number of subscriptions thanks to handset subsidies, low monthly and initial fees, and cheap pre-paid offers; a few disagree (LITTLECHILD, 2006; DEWENTER & HAUCAP, 2005).
This finding is supported by Courtenay's seminal work (7)--this focused on nurse independent and supplementary prescribing, but some of its findings could arguably be applied to CPNPs
Numerous injury mechanisms including stretch/contusion, traction, laceration, entrapment and compression can play a role for CPNP
in this location.
Winquist is enthusiastic about the work being done through the CPNP
Sandi Shanahan, CPNP
, opens a non-profit clinic every Tuesday for children with no medical insurance.
Marcia Gardner, PhD, RN, CPN, CPNP
, is assistant dean, Drexel University College of Nursing and Health Professions, Philadelphia, and Patricia D.
org RN, MN, CCRN, CPNP
, CEN 12 AR, LA, MS Denise Bonura- Region12@aacn.
On March 31, 2006 at the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Conference in Washington DC, Myra Carmon, EdD, CPNP
was presented with the 2006 Grassroots Advocacy Award.
A focus on preventive health care and wellness can play an integral role in improving health outcomes and reducing costs," said Sandra Festa Ryan, MSN, CPNP
, FAANP and chief nurse practitioner officer for Take Care Health Systems.
BSN, MSN, DNP, CPNP
, is recognized by Continental Who's Who as a Pinnacle Professional in the field of Nursing.
By Susan Pillet, RN, CPNP
, CPON[R], Contributing Editor]
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