Scope creep: when nursing practice moves beyond traditional boundaries: an evidence-based example using procedural sedation.

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The finite boundaries of the scope of nursing practice are constantly changing. One could expect that with new technology and advances in science, the interventions and assessments nurses perform will change over time. The practice of nursing is governed by nursing, however, it is often challenged by our partners in medicine, and frequently driven by time… (More)

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