Nurse Practitioners and Sexual and Reproductive Health Services
Trends for Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) services in the next decade show demand outstripping supply. Policy options addressing an inadequate supply of SRH-trained Nurse Practitioners to meet future demand for SRH services include education, clinical training, accreditation, and credentialing; federal regulation and financing; state regulation and financing; and responding to emerging models of care delivery.
Subjects: Health Sciences
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