Do State Restrictions on APRN’s Impact Patient Outcome?

Feb 20, 2019  01:00 PM  EST
 

Deanna E. Grimes, DrPH, RN, FAAN a Suzie Conway Endowed Professor in Nursing and head of the division of community health nursing at UTHealth, discusses state restrictions on APRNs and the patient impact. 

Slide deck:

The following objectives are covered:

  • Describe the characteristics of the regulations on APRN practice in the most restrictive (MR) states and in least restrictive (LR) states. 
  • Review a study that utilized a national database to explore whether patient outcomes for hypertension and diabetes control were better in MR states compared to LR states. 
  • Report the findings on hypertension and diabetes control in the MR states and in the LR states. 
  • State the main conclusion from the analysis in this study and the implication for health policy for APRN practice.

AANP continuing education (CE) credit does not apply to this webinar recording. CE credit is reserved for attendees of the live presentation only

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