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One is Not Like the Other!

Primary Health Care PHC is a broader more comprehensive model of health care delivery then the primary care first visit for sickness care to the medical health care system!
Nurses in independent practices deliver expert nursing care specialized specifically to identified health needs of people in their community.

On time!
In place!
 Care for everyone!

What is the Difference between Primary Health Care and Primary Care? ... click here 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Independent Practice Nurses Interest Group IPNIG

Celebrate National Nursing Week 2016

Nursing Week 2016

Nurses:  With You Every Step of the Way


Celebrate May 12, 2016
International Nurses Day
 & Florence Nightingale’s Birthday

Don’t miss a step along the way to
National Nursing Week!

IPNIG Nursing Week Project

Rally Call All Nurses!
Working in Private Sector
Self-employed Nurses or Nurses in Business!
Shout it out!     Tell the world!     Put in Writing
Professional Practice Nursing Profiles
Nursing Care Delivered to People
Where they Live Work and Play


Write Your Professional Nursing Practice Profile

Use the online form to write a 250-word professional practice nursing profile of the health care nursing services you provide.

"I am a Practicing Nurse" self-employed or business owner and my nursing work specializes in ... Profile Submission Form

Use these examples of previous written nursing profiles as guidelines ... click here

With your signed agreement we'll collate all nursing profiles submitted into an online booklet ... click here

Professional Practice Nursing Profiles

Professional Practice
Nursing Profiles


Self-Employed Nurses
Nurses in Contract Work
Nurses in Private Sector
Nurse Consultants
Nurses Working in Education Facilities
Nurses Operating Their Own Business

Professional Description Manual

Going forward we'll urge the "powers that be" for Recognition of Nurses Professional Practice Profiles profiled in our online guideline manual.

Who should send a Profile?

Nurses who are self-employed, business owners, independent managers, administrators and nurses doing business in nursing occupations that include but not limited to ... Click here to read a list of the diversity of nurses specialized nursing services.

VOICES of NURSES
Anecdotal Stories

“Professional Practice Nurses Profiles” Self Employed Nurse Proprietors” 2016 ... pending

“Nurses With You Every Step of the Way” 2015 ... click here

“A Source for Change a Vital Resource for Health “2014 ... click here

IPNIG Champions Nurses in Independent Practice

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