Making Room in the Clinic: Nurse Practitioners and the Evolution of Modern Health Care
In Making Room in the Clinic, Julie Fairman examines the context in which the nurse practitioner movement emerged, how large political and social movements influenced it, and how it contributed to the changing definition of medical care. Drawing on primary source material, including interviews with key figures in the movement, Fairman describes how this evolution helped create an influential foundation for health policies that emerged at the end of the twentieth century, including health maintenance organizations, a renewed interest in health awareness and disease prevention, and consumer-based services.
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This is one of the few books published on the history of nurse practitioners (NPs), licensed and board-certified nurses with master's degrees in advanced-practice nursing who provide primary care to ... Read full review