Conn. and Minn. reduce barriers to full practice

07/13/2014 | NurseZone.com

New laws in Connecticut and Minnesota have reduced the need for advanced practice registered nurses to have collaborative agreements. "Ensuring RNs' full practice authority is important for patients. Permitting nurses to practice fully increases access to care," said Janet Haebler, ANA's associate director for state government affairs.

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