I need the following portfolio contents:

  1. ARNP protocol,
  2. business proposal,
  3. and the LinkedIn prove of application.

LinkedIn page https://www.linkedin.com/help/linkedin/answer/3236/adding-a-website-to-your-profile?lang=en


APRN protocol

It is the professional contract between you and the supervising Physician(s) and or Institution. It also provides you with a legal cover to practice with the individual or group.

For details of the Florida Nursing Board requirements and expectations visit the following website: https://floridasnursing.gov/?s=protocol

Example of APRN protocol: https://floridasnursing.gov/forms/aprn-protocol-format.pdf

Business Proposal. It is a plan / a deadline proposal, your impact to the business/the position you are applying for.  This instructor wants you to think in a type of practice you want to apply to work with and think in a business proposal you will offer to improve their business, or to start your own practice. Based on this develops your business proposal or plan.

The business proposal can be submitted in a form of a power point presentation  no more than 10 slides with key concepts, or APA format no more than 4 pages including the cover page and the reference page( basically two pages developing your business proposal ideas) (APA FORMAT PREFER)

Use the examples provided to understand what a business proposal requires and briefly apply those to your own tentative business proposal.

Examples of business proposal can be found at:



LinkedIn page provides career insights for the professional NP jobseeker.

Enter to the following website and create your user name and password. Submit an screen shot proof you are registered.


Because you have no your APRN yet, you will not be able to apply for any APRN position yet but through this website you will be able to apply for APRN openings in the near future.

Business Proposal. It is a plan / a deadline proposal, your impact to the business/the position you are applying for.  

Examples can be found at:


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