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Perceived barriers to nurse practitioner practice in rural settings.

Abstract Rural residents experience the same incidence of acute illness as urban populations and have higher levels of chronic illness. Overall, access to adequate rural health care is limited. Nurse practitioners (NPs) have been identified as safe, cost-effective providers in meeting these challenges in rural settings.
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Journal Title the journal of rural health : official journal of the american rural health association and the national rural health care association
Publication Year Start
%A Lindeke, Linda; Jukkala, Angela; Tanner, Mary
%T Perceived barriers to nurse practitioner practice in rural settings.
%J The Journal of rural health : official journal of the American Rural Health Association and the National Rural Health Care Association, vol. 21, no. 2, pp. 178-181
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%B Rural residents experience the same incidence of acute illness as urban populations and have higher levels of chronic illness. Overall, access to adequate rural health care is limited. Nurse practitioners (NPs) have been identified as safe, cost-effective providers in meeting these challenges in rural settings.
%K Adult, Aged, Attitude of Health Personnel, Female, Health Services Accessibility, Humans, Male, Middle Aged, Minnesota, Nurse Practitioners, Nurse's Role, Professional Autonomy, Professional Practice Location, Rural Health Services
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AB  - CONTEXT: Rural residents experience the same incidence of acute illness as urban 
      populations and have higher levels of chronic illness. Overall, access to
      adequate rural health care is limited. Nurse practitioners (NPs) have been
      identified as safe, cost-effective providers in meeting these challenges in rural
      settings. PURPOSE: This replication study was conducted to examine NP perceptions
      of barriers to rural practice in Minnesota. Findings were compared to earlier
      studies to examine issues that have persisted over time. METHODS: A Barriers to
      Practice checklist was mailed to NPs from the database of the Board of Nursing of
      a midwestern state. Rural NPs (n = 191) identified and described barriers to
      practice and rated the overall restrictiveness of their practice. FINDINGS:
      Barriers to practice were perceived to be prevalent. Persisting barriers
      continued to stand in the way of full utilization of NP roles. Lack of
      understanding of NP roles on the part of the public and other health
      professionals has been particularly problematic over time. Key issues in 2001
      were low salaries, lack of adequate office space, and a limited peer network.
      Perceived restrictiveness of the practice climate, gauged as somewhat
      restrictive, remained unchanged between 1996 and 2001. CONCLUSIONS: NPs have an
      excellent history of meeting rural primary health care needs. Enhancing the NP
      work environment could prove instrumental to retaining these professionals in the
      work force and thereby contribute to improved access and quality of care in
      underserved rural communities.
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MH  - Professional Practice Location
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MHDA- 2005/06/17 09:00
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