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|dc.identifier.citation||Contemporary Nurse: a journal for the Australian nursing profession, 2002; 13(2-3):209-216||en|
|dc.description.abstract||Currently there is considerable debate on the role and function of nurses in Australia and internationally. This debate stems from developments within the nursing profession itself, from political and economic issues in health platforms, due to restructuring of the health care system, consumer expectations of health care and nurses' expectations of a career. This paper provides the opportunity to reflect on the development of the role of the private practice (independent nurse) and where that role is situated in the nursing profession. This forms the basis for discussion of the development of specialty practice at an advanced level in Australia and to demonstrate its relationship with the nurse practitioner movement in Australia||en|
|dc.description.statementofresponsibility||Wilson, Anne; Jarman, Heather||en|
|dc.publisher||John Libbey & Company||en|
|dc.subject||advanced practice; private practice nursing; practice development; nurse entrepreneurs; business nurses||en|
|dc.title||Private practice - An advanced practice option||en|
|dc.contributor.school||School of Population Health and Clinical Practice : Nursing||en|
|Appears in Collections:||Nursing publications|
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