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I'm searching online for my nursing book (.PDF) and I found two different types of covers but they both have the same name. Do they differ in content?

As others have clearly explained, all are different. Pas and NPS are similar in their scope of practice, while nurses have a lesser scope of practice typically. Pas complete and intense two to three years of full-time, arduous schooling, and must have hundreds or thousands of hours of clinical patient contact time before school to even be accepted. T must, as well, complete most if not all of a pre-medical curriculum. Most PAs were previously EMTs, , phlebotomist, x-ray technicians, respiratory technicians, and other allied medical professions. Some PA is complete residencies after school. Physician assistants are trained in the medical school model, with the same courses, same textbooks, and when t graduate, and pass an arduous 6 hour written exam, are respected medical professionals and medical providers who prescribe all medications including narcotics, and can work in almost any field of medicine, including as the first assist in neurosurgery, and in many cases are respected as highly as their doctor colleagues. nurse practitioners start out either as working nurses or having graduated nursing school, and then go on to complete advanced courses in medicine. Currently, a person can go through RN school and then to NP school without any work experience in between, but this is a rather New path. Once t graduate, t can practice in numerous medical fields, although typically fewer then pas, although t can legally practice without official MD collaboration within those specified fields, wild pas technically have to be under the supervision of a doctor (but all this means for pas is that a doctor who can be working a hundred miles away technically takes responsibility for you and is your contact for any practice and medical questions). NPS still technically stem from a nursing model of schooling, different in mindset then the medical school model per se, with more stress on the humanistic and psychosocial aspects, but the advanced Medical courses bring them up to speed. Those NPS who had experienced as RNs certainly bring a wealth of knowledge with them from their previous life, and, similar to PAs, are well respected by there doctor colleagues as competent professionals and providers. For all practical purposes these days, PAs and NPS are nearly indistinguishable, and perform essentially the same jobs with essentially the same scope, and are equally respected and seen as equivalent level medical providers. in many settings, you would not know who you are speaking to... A doctor, PA, or an NP…unless you look closely at their name tag or asked. NPS and PAs do pretty much the same jobs that doctors do, in many settings, and those are medical providers. Regular nurses, ie. RNs, are technically not Medical providers, and have a more limited scope. Unlike PAs or NPS, nurses technically do not diagnose or treat, and do not prescribe medication, rather nurses are the professionals who fulfill all the medical orders ordered by doctors, PAs and NPs…t monitor patients, provide medications, calculate dosages, start IVs, draw blood, run fluids, perform a lot of testing, vitals, various assessments, and do all the gritty moment-to-moment work on the floor that is involved in caring for patients in a variety of environments and conditions. Nurses are essentially the human touch of medicine, caring directly for patients, and in the process certainly pick up quite a bit of skill…while it is technically not within their scope of practice, many experience nursess can recognize a variety of conditions and illnesses and know exactly the correct treatment modalities. .. a nurse's knowledge, experience, can be very extensive…and in a lot of cases t are already doing what the medical provider would have ordered, a step or two ahead of the provider…some times a newer medical provider might even ask the nurse for opinion on the best course of action from among the few choices, I have seen this happen, because some nurses have seen it all.

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