A independent Nurse Practitioner (INP) is a registered nurse who has completed specific advanced nursing education (generally a master's degree or doctoral degree, B.sc. or GNM) and training in the diagnosis and management of common as well as complex medical conditions. Nurse Practitioners provide a broad range of health care services. & independent nurse practitioners function independently without physician involvement.
INDEPENDENT NURSE PRACTITIONER (INP) is a primary health care provider who cared of delivers a provider, curative or rehabilitative service to a community groups of functional in an autonomous ways close supervision and is self-employed nurse
. Purpose: 1) To substantiate the income. 2) To the professional autonomy.
1) Generalized Nurse Practitioner: In Hospital & Community, both rural & urban, she/he will give promotive, curative or rehabilitative health care services 2); Specialized Nurse Practitioner : She / he provides package of promotive, therapeutic or rehabilitative services to a defined group. The Society will also receive special services from the specialized group in the form of voluntary health services, charity and missionaries etc. · Society often expected nursed to provide free advice to services in their neighbourhood & community.
Educational Criteria for a Professionalization: Autonomy Practice Curriculam Education Profession Socialization Theory Ethics Competency Skills & Abilities of INP: ANA formulated certain criteria for INP.
1. Advanced Assessment Skill 2. Advanced Ability to synthesis & analyze the data
3. Advance ability to apply nursing principles.
a) Ability to provide expert guidance & teaching. b) Ability to manage client’s health & illness status.
c) Ability to use critical & abstract thinking. d) Ability to recognize practice limits e) Ability to make decision independently. f) Ability to