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practitioner

noun artificer, artisan, artist, attorney, counselor, craftsman, creative worker, journeyman, lawyer, master worker, professional, solicitor, specialist, trained person
Associated concepts: legal practitioner, single practitioner, sole practitioner
See also: addict, attorney, esquire, expert, professional, specialist
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The FNP faculty then engaged in a critical reflective process about trying to prepare students to think family instead of or in addition to individual; health promotion and illness prevention in addition to treatment of illness; and relationship-centered care instead of provider-centered care.
I took the information I had gained from the FNP across the pond to Philadelphia, a city of six million people in the north east of the country, where I was welcomed with open arms by a fantastic team of nurses.
The WSU College of Nursing FNP program has partnered with the Detroit chapter of the Black Nurses Association to increase student exposure to the nursing field.
Joshua Zucker RN, FNP, is a Family Nurse Practitioner that has a collaborative practice with 2 MD's.
com initiated preliminary technical research on UA, FNP, GIL, and JOEZ.
Carole Myers, PhD, FNP, APN, and Gary Ramsey, DNP, RN, were recently inducted into the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi.
The letter to PCTs and SHAs suggests that qualified health visitors who are practising as FNP practitioners should also be counted as a health visitor, despite the fact that FNP is not a universal service.
The following nurses were elected to serve two-year terms on the Congress on Nursing Practice and Economics: Barbara Chamberlain, PhD, MBA, APRN, CCRN; Gwen Davis, MN, RN, CDE; Robert Elliott, RN; Rhonda Ray Finnie, BSN, RN, CNOR, RNFA; Paula Gasser, MPH, RN; Nat'e Parker- Guyton, MSN, RN, NE-BC; Nancy Campbell-Heider, PhD, FNP, NP-C, CARN-AP; Kathryn Pecenka-Johnson, MN, BSN, RN; Lesly Kelly, PhD, RN; Eileen Kohlenberg, PhD, RN, NEA-BC; Eileen Letzeiser, MPH, RN; Jenna Sanders, BSN, RN, Karen Tomajan, MS, RNC, CNAA, Megan Williams, MSN, RN, FNP; and Cinda Zimmer, MSN, BSN, RN.
Obtaining my FNP a few years later again was challenging due to my age, working full time and having to have back surgery.
Nurses with graduate degrees in nursing who desire to become an FNP or Adult Health CNS, can complete an individualized plan of study that builds on their existing competencies and course work to prepare them for certification and advanced practice registered nurse (APRN) licensure.
Kotewa, MSC, FNP, Valley Center, CA; Janice Marsh, NP, Cheshire, UK; Rosemary Theroux, PhD, RNC, WHNP, Medway, MA; Mary Ann Lewis, RNP, Los Gatos, CA; Ronnie Martin-Weber, NP, Suffern, NY; Mary Lou Reed, RNC, CNM/NP, Richmond, VA; Louise McIntosh, RN, BScN, Ottawa, ON, Canada; Chantal Gagne, RN, BScN, Ottawa, ON, Canada; Patricia Brandon, WHCP, FNP, Portland, OR; and Ann M.