Eisenhower fellow learns lessons from NPs abroad

02/5/2009 | Philadelphia Inquirer, The

Eisenhower Fellowship recipient Tine Hansen-Turton traveled to Singapore and New Zealand to study how nurse practitioners help expand health care. The CEO of the National Nursing Centers Consortium in Philadelphia, Hansen-Turton used the lessons she learned abroad to help craft legislation that allowed NPs to practice more independently in her state.

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