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May 2022

4 Things to Know When Starting a Nurse Practitioner Private Practice in North Carolina

First, it is important to acknowledge that North Carolina is a restricted designation state, meaning that nurse practitioners (NP) are restricted from certain elements of practice and are required to have oversight from another health provider for their entire career. In North Carolina a NP’s practice is limited to working under a physician. What to

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4 Steps to Become an Electrical Contractor In North Carolina

HOW CAN I BECOME A LICENSED ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR IN NORTH CAROLINA? Electrical contracting in North Carolina is regulated and licensed under the authority of the NC State Board of Examiners of Electrical Contractors.  The NC SBEEC is given their authority by the General Assembly of NC through NC General Statutes Charpter 87-Article 4 here.  The

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4 Benefits of Full Practice Authority for Nurse Practitioners in North Carolina

What is Full Practice Authority for Nurse Practitioners? Full Practice Authority (FPA) is the authorization of nurse practitioners (NPs) to evaluate patients, diagnose, order and interpret diagnostic tests and initiate and manage treatments — including prescribing medications — under the exclusive licensure authority of the state board of nursing. What are the benefits of Full

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