Acute Care Nurse Practitioner as Hospitalist: Role Description

Rosenthal, Laura D.; Guerrasio, Jeannette
February 2010
Critical Care Nurse;Feb2010 Supplement, p21
Academic Journal
The article presents a reprint of the article "Acute Care Nurse Practitioner as Hospitalist: Role Description," by Laura D. Rosenthal and Jeannette Guerrasio, which appeared in "AACN Advanced Critical Care," Volume 20. It discusses the expansion of the roles of acute care nurse practitioners (ACNPs) due to the alterations in medical residency equipment. It highlights the employment of nurse practitioners (NPs) in intensive care units (ICUs), emergency departments and trauma centers.


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