Advanced practice in nursing describes a level of nursing practice that uses advanced and improved expertise, experience and knowledge in estimation, arrangement, execution, diagnosis and evaluation of the care needed. Advanced practice nurses are licensed at the state level and accredited by national nursing organizations. Nurses practicing at this level are educationally arranged at the post-graduate level and may work either as specialists or as generalist capacity. Registered nurses working at this advanced level must comply with the following standards.
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