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Sun Jul 14, 2013 11:07 pm

I'm currently studying Bachelor of Nursing and completed my Diploma of Nursing in december 2012. I had a debate today with a friend who is an EN graduate who stipulated that EN's scope of practice extends now to PICC & CVC however I was under the impression that this was not within the scope of practice at least when I was at TAFE studying anyone in the field would appreciate your feedback

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