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James F. Lawrence
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First, thank you for posting this report. Looks like the NGA has done their homework with regard to research for this paper on NP scope of practice and the role of states in either facilitating or inhibiting it. Also sounds favorable to NP's that they are standing on the side of facilitation, though they were still fairly "soft" in their recommendation to relax policies to encourage NP
's to practice to the full extent of their education and scope of practice. Our state legislators need to have this in their hands to counteract the information that the MAG puts forth to inform them of the risks of NP/PA providers threatening to take over Primary Care, etc, etc. Kathy Matthews, DNP, FNP-BC
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