It appears you have not yet Signed Up with our community. To Sign Up for free, please click here....

Message Board

Healthcare Professionals Board Index
Pages: 1 2 Showing 1 - 20 of 36 for nurse practitioner and physician assistant. (0.037 seconds)

... Nurse Practitioner vs Physician Assistant! whats the difference between these two? ... (13 replies)
... Nurse practitioner vs physician assistant? ... (1 replies)
... in these two professions are the regulating boards of the state you are in. CNP do have prescribing authority as do PA in most staes both have to be signed by a physician within a certain amount of time. ... (17 replies)

... what is the difference between a Nurse Practitioner and a Physician Assistant? ... (17 replies)
... s Assistant and a Nurse Practitioner is that a Nurse Practitioner requires a Masters Degree. ... (13 replies)
... A physician assistant and a nurse practitioner are essentialy the same. The differance is mostly the medical model they follow. ... (13 replies)
... I have a nurse practitioner in the family and I know she has a Master's degree in nursing and in a specific field. They can practice on their own and can prescribe on their own. ... (17 replies)
... A physicians Assistant is someone who goes to Medical School and doesn't do an internship. They are doctors and can prescribe medications. ... (13 replies)
... Physician Assistants are not doctors, and they don't go to medical schools. ... (13 replies)
... I work with both PAs and Nurse Practitioners and from my experience, the nurse practitioners hold a higher degree of schooling and experience. The PAs that I work with went to a 2 year physician's assistant program and the Nurse Practitioners are all RNs with a masters degree. ... (17 replies)
... Well actually there is a little more to being a nurse practitioner than previously stated. ... (13 replies)
... I agree. The nurse practitioner in my family I would not trust to "tap" my knee joints and remove fluid but the PA's in my ortho's office do it better than the doc himself! ... (17 replies)
... while a nurse practitioner uses more of a nursing model, this does not mean that they are providing the patient with the "nursing" services that you would think of in a hospital. ... (13 replies)
... what is the difference between a nurse practitioner and a physician assistant in terms of schooling and job description? ... (3 replies)
... y they are also found in practices in addition to physicians. There history stems from the military they developed as a result of Vietnam era medics coming home and being hired by physicians for there skills. As of everything eventually they were required of and developed a licensure level. ... (13 replies)
... They do not have less schooling... All PAs have bachelors degrees and goto graduate school. ... (17 replies)
... I'm a Physical therapist assistant, which is only a 2 year program. However, it's still an allied health profession and I'm in a similar boat as you. I used to question if I was doing the right thing while in PTA school since I suffer with anxiety, OCd and occasional depression. ... (13 replies)
... They do not have less schooling... All PAs have bachelors degrees and goto graduate school. ... (17 replies)
... C and can't seem to find work, but he's tied to a family in a major metropolitan area. ... (17 replies)
... Well congrats. to you. My son graduated nursing school 4 years ago and is an RN. As far as the difference I believe a NP can work alone where as a PA works under a Drs. supervision. ... (1 replies)

Pages: 1 2

All times are GMT -7. The time now is 04:51 AM.

2018 MH Sub I, LLC dba Internet Brands. All rights reserved.
Do not copy or redistribute in any form!