Implementing the Advanced Practice Nursing Survey Results: Report by the Online Services and Education Team

Jeanene Robison

Deb Swan

Carla Jolley

Carolene B. Robinson

Cyndy Simonson

Pamela Hallquist

Wendy H. Vogel

ONF 2007, 31(5), 881-885. DOI: 10.1188/04.ONF.881-885
As one of the project teams formed after the 2001 Advanced Practice Nursing (APN) Retreat, the Online Services and Education (OS&E) Team was charged with

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