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What does CRNP stand for?
CRNP stands for Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner
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We have 3 other meanings of CRNP in our Acronym Attic
- Certified Registered Nurse Midwife
- Clinically Relevant Non-Major Bleeding
- College of Registered Nurses of Manitoba (Canada)
- Community Risk Needs Management Scale (Canada)
- Colorado River Native Nations Alliance
- College of Registered Nurses of Nova Scotia (Canada)
- Collaborative Research Network in Nanotechnology (UK)
- Certified Registered Nurse in Ophthalmology
- Cold Rolled Non-Oriented (steel)
- Capitol Reef National Park (Utah)
- Cluster Reconfiguration Notification Protocol
- Cold Remote Nitrogen Plasma
- Cost Reflective Network Pricing (economics)
- Cross River National Park (Nigeria)
- Corrected Relative Net Protein Ratio
- California Regulatory Notice Register (Office of Administrative Law; Sacramento, CA)
- Center for Really Neat Research (Syracuse University)
- Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area (Georgia)
- Consumer Reports National Research Center
- Corners (Canada Post road designation)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The charges stated in pertinent part that Kirya was originally licensed and approved for practice as a Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner (CRNP) by the Alabama Board of Nursing on April 21, 1995.
The legislation expanded the scope of practice for Certified Registered Nurse Practitioners, or CRNP, to allow them to practice to the fullest extent of their education and training by removing barriers to practice in specific cases where CRNP's are capable of providing services currently reserved only for physicians.
House Bill 50, as amended, would allow Certified Registered Nurse Practitioners (CRNPs) and Certified Clinical Nurse Specialist (CCNSs), who have met appropriate educational criteria, to prescribe medications in collaboration with physicians and dentists.
A physician will be at the clinic two of those days; on the third day, it will be staffed by a physician assistant or a certified registered nurse practitioner.