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What makes an OCCUPATION a PROFESSION?

Extensive LEARNING & Standards of ENTRY

Service Orientation + Altruistic Values

Body of Knowledge

High degree of AUTONOMY
exercise self-regulation & policing

Intellectual Effort

CODE OF ETHICS

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Pharmacy Student Tenets of Professionalism

Altruism

Honesty + Integrity

RESPECT for others

Professional Presence

Professional Stewardship

Dedication & Commitment to EXCELLENCE

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Nursing Educations

RN 
= Bachelors of Science or Dipoloma from Nursing Program or ASN (associate)

LPN / LVNs ----> APN
Licensed practical or vocational nurses, high school + 9-12 months

Graduate Degrees in Nursing
MSN / DNS

FAST GROWING = DOCTOR OF NURSING PRACTICE = DNP

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Advance Practice Nurses

APN

RN FIRST

APN recieved further education at MSN or DNP level:


Nurse Practitioner

Nurse Midwife

Nurse Anesthetist

Clinical Nurse specialist

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Independent Prescriptive Authority

Can prescribe WITHOUT the authorization of ANOTHER licensed professional for independent practice

MD & DO = Physicians

some APNs, especially NURSE PRACTIONERS in SOME STES

WITHIN SCOPE OF PRACTICE

Dentists / Podiatrist / Homeopaths / Optometrist / Veterinarians

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Dependent Prescriptive Authority

Prescribing activities MUST BE SUPERVISED by another health professional:
direct supervision / protocol / Collaborative practice agreement

APNS

Physician Assistante

Psychologists

Pharmacists

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Limited RX Authorithy

for PHARMACIST

FLORIDA / CALIFORNIA / OREGON

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Dependent RX Authority

for PHARAMACISTS

Collaborative Pharmacy Practice

Collaborative practice Agreement

Protocols