Protecting Your Scope of Practice
Protecting the scope of practice for nurses, particularly advanced practice registered nurses, is a major initiative at the American Nurses Association (ANA) 2016. The ANA is working together with our Constituent Member (State) Associations to help remove geographic and practice setting limitations for Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRNs). The ANA is working state by state to ensure that state laws affecting APRN’s are both fair and consistent across the country, and that your scope of practice is not unfairly limited.
Discuss how this initiative and how it will impact your future as an APRN and your clinical practice in the state in which you live (I live in the State of Florida). Include sources to support your assignment.
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USE AT LEAST 5 REFERENCES NO OLDER THAN 5 YEARS. USE BOOKS OR JOURNALS IN REFERENCES. DO NOT USE WEBSITES OR WIKIPEDIA.
MN 566 Unit One Assignment / Protecting Your Scope of Practice
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American Nurses Association 2016 initiative/Protecting APRN Scope of Practice
Did not discuss ANA initiative or state laws
Included ANA Iniative but limited information pertaining to state laws
Included ANA iniative and some state laws pertaining to practice state
Included a comprehensive overview of ANA Initiative including state laws for all states including practice state
How will the ANA initiative Impact APRN Future Practice
Did not discuss how ANA initiative will impact APRN practice in home state
Includes a brief discussion of ANA initiative and its impact on APRN practice but did not include home state
Includes a brief discussion of ANA initiative and its impact on APRN practice across the country and home state
Included a comprehensive discussion of ANA initiative and its impact on all APRNs across the country including home state
Did not follow APA format
Major errors with APA formatting
Text, title page, and references page follow APA guidelines . Minor references and grammar errors
Text, title page and references page follow APA guidelines. No grammar, word usage or punctuation errors. Overall style is consistent with professional work.