Author: Carryer, J.


From Competence to Capability: A Study of Nurse Practitioners in Clinical Practice

Aims and objectives: This research aimed to understand the level and scope of practice of the nurse practitioner in Australia and New Zealand further using a capability framework. Background: The original study, from which the present paper was developed, sought to identify competency standards for the extended role of the nurse practitioner in Australia and […]

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Nurse Practitioner Competency Standards: Findings from Collaborative Australian and New Zealand Research

Background: The title, Nurse Practitioner, is protected in most jurisdictions in Australia and New Zealand and the number of nurse practitioners is increasing in health services in both countries. Despite this expansion of the role, there is scant national or international research to inform development of nurse practitioner competency standards. Objectives: The aim of this […]

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The Nurse Practitioner Role: A Process of Evolution
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The Core Role of the Nurse Practitioner: Practice, Professionalism and Clinical Leadership

To draw on empirical evidence to illustrate the core role of nurse practitioners in Australia and New Zealand. Enacted legislation provides for mutual recognition of qualifications, including nursing, between New Zealand and Australia. As the nurse practitioner role is relatively new in both countries, there is no consistency in role expectation and hence mutual recognition […]

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