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I was just offered a new job with a private practice in psychiatry and am seeking some advice regarding onboarding paperwork. They sent over the supervisory agreement which they requested I sign, the only issue is that it is completely outlined for a nurse practitioner (refers to me as NP throughout, document is called Collaborative Physician Agreement rather than a Supervisory Agreement, mentions how many hours the NP would need to maintain licensure with their governing body AMA/ANCC instead of the NCCPA). I feel uncomfortable with signing it since I'm not a nurse practitioner and as a PA I have completely different requirements. Am I being too particular or is this something that other people would have no problem signing? When asked if they had a form for PAs they wrote me off and said "it's just an agreement same for NPs and PAs."

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