Canadian report highlights nurses' role in improving care

03/26/2009 | Google

A report by the Canadian Nurses Association says studies show that using registered nurses to help with chronic disease management, prevention and screening can improve patient care and reduce trips to the emergency department. CNA President Kaaren Neufeld said allowing limited prescribing practices for nurse practitioners and nurses in family practice could also be helpful for patients.

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