Please read: Law requires you to identify yourself as an NP
In recent days it has come to the attention of many of us via other NPs, legislators, etc that APRNs who have a doctoral degree are not identifying themselves in the clinical arena as APRNs. You are required by law to do so, therefore if you state I am Dr. Jones you must also say "a nurse practitioner". If you do not do this then it places you in a position you yourself may not want to be in and furthermore it places nurse practitioners in the state in a position that could cause problems.
You have a responsibility to understand the law that governs your license. Please ensure you are identifying your credentials to your patients when in a phone call, telehealth, or a personal visit with them. Pass this information on to your colleagues
Here is the statute regarding name tags and identifying. Look a (t)