Integrating Nurse Practitioners in Primary Health Care

May 2005
Canadian Nurse;May2005, Vol. 101 Issue 5, p29
Academic Journal
Focuses on a pan-Canadian framework being developed by the Canadian Nurse Practitioner Initiative led by the Canadian Nurses Association, as of May 2005. Reason behind the development of the framework; Role of nurse practitioners in current pressures on the health care system; Major challenge being faced by nurse practitioners.


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