Legal Limits| Volume 10, ISSUE 1, P62-63, January 2014

20 Questions to Ask a Prospective Employer

      Sometimes a nurse practitioner will find himself or herself in an employment situation that takes an unanticipated turn for the worse. For example, the nurse practitioner (NP) certified in women's health care expected to provide women's health care, but the employer has the NP performing pain management or the practice cannot fill up the NP's schedule and is putting pressure on the NP to bring in new patients or take a pay cut.
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      Carolyn Buppert, CRNP, JD, practices law in Boulder, CO.