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 Can nurse practitioners prescribe drugs?

Answer They absolutely can-- the person who said otherwise is 100% wrong. There are variations in the U.S. from state to state, but you can click on your state here and see the prescribing authority for ... Read More »
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Can nurse practitioners prescribe medicine?

Nurse practitioners (NPs) can prescribe medicine in all 50 states and the District of Columbia; they do not need a co-signature of a physician. However, some states do not allow NPs to prescribe co... Read More »
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Can a chiropractor prescribe drugs?

Chiropractors diagnose and treat patients with conditions of the the musculoskeletal system. They do not dispense drugs nor do they perform surgery. They can offer nutritional, holistic and homeopa... Read More »
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Can a clinical psychologist prescribe drugs?

Licensed clinical psychologists who possess a PhD and additional required training may prescribe medication for the treatment of mental illness in the states of Louisiana, New Mexico, and the U.S. ... Read More »
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Can clinical psychologists prescribe drugs?

No, a clinical psychologist may not prescribe drugs unless she works in Louisiana or New Mexico. Is she is also a psychiatrist or holds a medical license then, she may prescribe drugs, according to... Read More »
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