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Scope of Practice Gaining more knowledge about the substantive basis of nursing is an essential component of APN education. Numerous initiatives have undertaken to identify, describe, and classify the phenomena of concern to nurses. The findings from these explorations have helped nurses gain an understanding of the scope of nursing practice. A number of initiatives have been carried out to delineate the substantive basis of nursing. Next we will discuss two of these initiatives: nursing diagnoses and human responses.
If all Americans are to receive quality, cost-effective health care, it is critical that greater use be made of APNs (Hooker, & Berlin, 2002). A bright future awaits nursing and APNs in the new millennium. Their advanced knowledge and skills, both in nursing and related fields, provide APNs with the capabilities to make valuable contributions to the current and future health care system. As America becomes more diverse, APNs can play key roles in ensuring that culturally competent care is delivered.
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