Family nurse practitioners (FNPs) are graduate-educated, nationally-certified and state licensed adv

Family nurse practitioners (FNPs) are graduate-educated, nationally-certified and state licensed advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) who care for medically stable patients across the lifespan, from infants to geriatric patients.
Answer each of the questions separately. The first four question at least 430 words
1. What are the educational requirements to practice as a FNP?
2. According to the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN), what is the recommended terminal degree to prepare nurse practitioners.
3. Who determines the scope of practice for FNPs?
4. Who defines it? Who Credentials and what is the role of a Professional and Political Organization in defining the role?
5. Why are you in agreement with everything raised? refute it in at least 120 words.
References:
1.https://www.dropbox.com/s/iv3gxtdvzwwl69p/Primary%20Care%20Medicine-%20Office%20Evaluation%20and%20Management%20of%20the%20Adult%20Patient%20%28Primary%20Care%20Medicine%20%28%20Goroll%20%29%29%20-%20EBOOK.pdf?dl=0
2.https://www.dropbox.com/s/twb21hpu7m2k487/Primary%20Care%20-%20Art%20and%20Science%20of%20Advanced%20Practice%20Nursing%20-%204th%20Edition%20%282015%29.pdf?dl=0
3.https://www.dropbox.com/s/rfiwgn8uejjij6f/Practice%20Guidelines%20for%20Family%20Nurse%20Practitioners%2C%204e%20-%20EBOOK.pdf?dl=0

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