What do you not agree, if you don't mind me asking?
I'm personally confused on the nurse residency section. Do they mean for RNs, APNs, or both? I thought it was APN and RN until I heard the authors speak about it on NPR and she was seemed to be implying it more for RNs. I've been through a BSN "residency" and it was utterly ridiculous. I'm not sure if it was the kind she is talking about, but it was supposed to decrease BSN burnout. If anything it made me want to leave. All it amounted to was repeat lectures I had in school. How decrease falls, infection control, how to be a patient advocate. Good things, but I already had that t-shirt.
Now establishing REAL residencies, where you rotate through a bunch of different units as an RN, and REAL residencies for APNs where you rotated through several units in hospital and outpatient clinics, that would be awesome.
I'm also confused now on the "full scope of practice." how far do they want to take it? On NPR it did bot seem as though they were talking about independent practice, but that is where the fullest scope of practice is.
Anyway, it was a good (and very long) read and I'm happy to have it out there. Maybe billing independently won't be such a hassle soon.