The Relationship Between the Drug Enforcement Administration and the Nurse Practitioner Insert Client’s Name Insert School Name The Relationship Between the Drug Enforcement Administration and the Nurse Practitioner With the addition of advanced nursing education that bestows the practitioner with the designation of advanced practice nurse, there also comes increased roles and responsibilities. The advanced practice nurse, or the nurse practitioner, has the privilege of working in more patient-specific areas that allow for greater latitude in hands-on treatment and decision making, which also comes with a greater amount of responsibility for taking care of patients and cultivating professional relationships beyond the nursing sphere. One...The end:
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