Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner (CNRP)- Short-Term
Certain certification as Registered Nurse Practitioner by the State Board of Nursing in an Adult Care Specialty area, or Emergency Care, Family Care, Gerontology or Primary Care.
This resource is responsible for a broad range of health care services including medical assessment and prescription therapeutic measures, promotion and maintenance of health, prevention of illness and disability, care during phases of illness, guidance and counseling of individuals and families, and referral to other health care providers and community resources.
Work is performed under the direction of a licensed physician and is received in the form of oral and written instructions, standing orders, and protocols. Supervision of medically-related activities is received from a licensed physician who reviews work through conferences, records audits, and reports for effectiveness, compliance with standards, and adhere to Certified Registered Nurse Practitioners regulations and advanced nursing practices. General Supervision is received from a facility administrator.