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Making a Difference

 

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 

 

Rally Call to all Self Employed Registered Nurses!

Tell the World What You Do!

Self Employed Registered Nurses

Nurse Business Owners Operators!

Nurses Working in the Private Sector!

Describe Your Primary Health Care Nursing Services You Deliver Where People Live, Work and Play

 

 

 

 

 

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Independent Practice Nurses Interest Group IPNIG

AGM - November 18, 2017

Nursing Week 2016

National Nursing Week!
May 8 to 14, 2017

Celebrate May 12, 2017
International Nurses Day
& Florence Nightingale’s Birthday

IPNIG Nursing Week Special

Tell Your Special Story of Nursing Care
for Viewers to Read

IPNIG will select 10 or more anecdotal stories to highlight in an online booklet.

Nursing Week Special
News For You!

Interested IPNIG members contact your IPNIG Executive. Get the details now and start writing.

Registered Nurses "Mending the Gap"
Delivering Primary Health Care

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 Primary Health Care Health Based Model of Care

Primary Health Care PHC is a health-based model based on defined principles essential, accessible, equitable, collaborative using appropriate technology and account for the social determinants of health ... more

VOICES of NURSES Journal
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

General Public
Directory Manual
Registered Nurses Professional Practice Profiles

This General Public Directory Manual provides an excellent public education resource. Collectively detailing Registered Nurses full nursing capabilities delivering a huge diversity of highly skilled and much needed on time nursing care to all people in all communities.

It is time to raise the “level” of recognition of all professional Registered Nurses using handy education line Directory Manual to show the general public, media, politicians and the Health Care professional that value added health care services are in place.

In 250-words describe your Registered Nurse scope of practice of the nursing care services you provide.

"I am a Practicing Registered Nurse with ... Profile Submission Form

Here are examples of previously written nursing profiles ... click here

Describe the Nursing Services you Deliver as a Self Employed Registered Nurse

There is huge diversity of nursing health care services that are unknown to the general public. Indeed even out own nursing colleagues do not know the extent of nursing services delivered by self employed Registered Nurses in this country.

The Nursing practice profiles will be collected and collated into an online directory used to highlight the work performed by registered nurses who deliver Self Employed Nursing Services ... click here

Professional Practice Nursing Profiles
Public
Directory Manual

Registered Nurses
Professional Practice
Nursing Profiles


Business Owners
Contract Work
Private Sector
Consultants
Educators
Coaches
Clinical


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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.