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Topic: Utilizing Evidence Practice Guidelines

One of the ways that the Nurse Practitioner (advanced practice nurse) can manage risk of being successfully sued for malpractice or negligence is by utilizing evidence practice guidelines.

Explain how these guidelines affect the “standard of care” and discuss with your classmates how utilizing this guideline can be a major strategy to significantly reduce risk to the provider.

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