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Southeast Texas Nurse Practitioners

ARPN Guide to Practice

Posted over 4 years ago by Jennifer East

APRN Guide to Practice, an Essential for Every APRN.

Every APRN should have "A Guide for APRN Practice in Texas, 4th edition", produced by TNP and CNAP. This comprehensive guide to APRN practice in Texas gives detailed explanation on laws, rules, and regulations. Every APRN should have this as a source of reference.

The Guide can be purchased at TNPs online store

When you purchase the APRN Guide to Practice from TNP, they will send you a sample prescriptive authority agreement as part of your purchase.

Sample Prescriptive Authority Agreement. Effective November 1, 2013, APRNs (with a few exceptions) are required to have a prescriptive authority agreement to practice. CNAP has created a comprehensive sample with explanations included, definitions, and sample tables to document meetings. A sample agreement is available for purchase by CNAP- Click Here

TNP has also created a sample prescriptive authority agreement, and it can be purchased through TNPs online store.  (If you purchase the APRN Guide to Practice, then TNP will send you a sample PAA as part of your purchase.)

Melissa S. Malley, RN, FNP-C, President, Southeast Texas Nurse Practitioners