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<a href='/the-exchange/preceptors-and-tax-credits-interprofessional-policy-change'>Preceptors and Tax Credits—Interprofessional Policy Change</a>

Preceptors and Tax Credits—Interprofessional Policy Change

This blog is information only and not to be construed for legal tax advice—you must consult your tax professional regarding personal tax advice. If you practice in a state that does not authorize tax credits for precepting NP and PA students, perhaps it is time to engage in a multidisciplinary legislative effort benefiting not only NP, PA, and physician providers, but health profession-students and patients as well! more >

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<a href='/the-exchange/advanced-practice-providers-and-liability-risk'>Advanced Practice Providers and Liability Risk</a>

Advanced Practice Providers and Liability Risk

It is a misconception that advanced practice providers can’t get sued because any errors are a physician’s responsibility. PAs and NPs can and do make more >

<a href='/the-exchange/use-of-simulation-in-np-and-pa-programs'>Use of Simulation in NP and PA Programs</a>

Use of Simulation in NP and PA Programs

In the last several years, both NPs and PAs have sent out surveys on the use of simulation in their programs, and articles have been published with the more >

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