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The Doctor of Nursing Practice: Recognizing a Need or Graying the Line Between Doctor and Nurse?
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Title The Doctor of Nursing Practice: Recognizing a Need or Graying the Line Between Doctor and Nurse?
Url http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/582269?src=rss
Description A critical review of the push to require advanced practice nurses to obtain a practice doctorate. An argument against mandating a practice doctorate for advanced nursing practice.
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Date Nov 5, 2008
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