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The 5 Biggest Prescription Errors That Nurse Practitioners Can Make (Part 2: Dispensing Drugs And Devices Without Proper Approval Or Supervision)

This is part two (2) of a five (5) part series titled the “5 biggest prescription errors that nurse practitioners can make”. Today’s blog concerns dispensing drugs and devices without proper approval or supervision. Failure to adhere to the following will be an ethics violation for a nurse practitioner and subject her/him to board discipline […]

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When Are Nurse Practitioners Required To Confer With Their Supervising Physician?

Before nurse practitioners begin working with a supervising physician, they must enter into a collaborative practice agreement.  The collaborative practice agreement (CPA) will stipulate as to what medical acts a nurse practitioner will perform.  CPAs need to be specific as to what clinical problems the nurse practitioner may frequently encounter and what treatment the nurse practitioner

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How can I protect my nursing license in North Carolina?

Nurses are an integral part of the medical profession who must pass rigorous licensing exams after obtaining the appropriate degree. A nurse’s job is trying, difficult, important but, most notably, rewarding. The North Carolina Assembly enacted sections 90-171.20 through 90-171.48 and created the nursing licensure requirement. NC General Statute 90-171.43 & 21 NCAC 36 .0217 establish rules of professional conduct

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