A point-of-care resource tool may help clinicians better manage childhood overweight- and obesity-related comorbidities.
Civilian healthcare providers need to be educated on the importance of screening women for military service and also be aware of the unique healthcare needs of this population.
An innovative advanced practice preceptor program can help students and novices transition into established professionals.
Post-discharge care from hospital to community coordinated by an NP in high-risk complex care patients reduced hospital readmission rates.
Clinicians will encounter more patients at risk for CHF as the population ages and cardiovascular risk factors become more prevalent.
A survey found that 77.4% of NPs reported that the care provided in retail health clinics was in accordance with evidence-based guidelines.
Researchers developed a protocol to demonstrate the efficacy of rivaroxaban in lowering the risk of venous thromboembolism among orthopedic joint surgery patients.
A breast cancer screening program helped improve mammography referral and screening rates in a federally qualified health center.
Using collaboration and technology, NPs can help patients prevent weight gain and obesity-related diseases.
Nearly 90% of nurse practitioners are prepared in primary care programs in 2017.
AANP 2017: NPs better able to diagnose and treat mental health disorders with greater exposure as studentsJune 21, 2017
Diagnostic and treatment competency levels in mental health disorders improved with increased educational time on these conditions.
Understanding the different attitudes and skills that different generations and professions bring to relationships can increase working confidence and self-efficacy.
The AANP 2017 National Conference will be held from June 20 through June 25 in Philadelphia.