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After all, why would doctors want additional prey in their territory?Even with the shortage of primary care physicians, doctors aren’t looking at nurses to help fill the void.While some comments were rather harsh, I commend those readers for commenting.
Mahar tackles the question that Legislators in twenty-eight states are dealing with. But another pressing question that needs to be addressed is: Should nurse practitioners be called doctors (DNP)?(In that case, there’s a simple answer and that would be no, not unless they attended medical school and obtained the Doctor of Medicine Degree.) Kevin Soden, MD, medical journalist has this to say, “This is a fairly straightforward answer.A nurse practitioner should not be called doctor unless they have gone through a well-defined course of study showing mastering of a prescribed content like any other doctorate program.‘I want to know that the chiropractic board is investigating these, and I want to know that they are policing their code of conduct because there are things that might, on the face of it, sound like innocent claims, but they are potentially very, very dangerous.' Victoria’s Health Minister Jill Hennessy (pictured) wrote to the Chiropractic Board of Australia raising concerns after a video emerged of Melbourne chiropractor Ian Rossborough, manipulating a baby’s‘The requirement for chiropractors to provide care to the public that is evidence-based is a key component of the professional standards, codes and guidelines to which the Board expects practitioners to adhere.
In a response to Ms Hennessey the Chiropractic Board of Australia said that they ‘recognise and understand the Minister’s concerns’ raised when a four-day-old was seen having her back cracked (pictured)Dr Rossborough posts many videos of him treating patients to his You Tube channel, however the video, which now has over a million views, showing him cracking the back of a four-day old baby girl caused particular concern.” addresses the issues surrounding nurse practitioners obtaining a doctorate degree.