The 2019 American Association of Nurse Practitioners Annual Meeting, held June 19-23, in Indianapolis, Indiana, showcased sessions and workshops delivered by key nurse practitioners.
Researchers conducted a survey to assess the specific development/training and resource needs for preceptors who work with NP students and to determine whether preceptors use structured clinical teaching methodologies.
Both pharmacologic and nonpharmacologic interventions are available for treatment-resistant major depressive disorder in primary care.
The Misener Nurse Practitioner job scale was administered to NPs to assess the difference in job satisfaction between NPs who had completed postgraduate fellowship education and NPs who had not.
Research has found that pathogens in the microbiome can increase pain as well as cause anxiety and depression.
Researchers conducted a double-blind study to assess the effect of naldemedine therapy vs placebo in reducing symptoms associated with opioid-induced constipation.
Researchers evaluated the response of rifaximin therapy in patients with IBS-D with abdominal pain symptoms.
Researchers sought to identify the impact NP screening for colorectal cancer using mt-sDNA testing.
MCII, the smallest measured change representing a patient’s perception of important symptom improvement, may improve clinical comprehension in patients with osteoarthritis, while expressing more clinically relevant data for physicians.
Researchers conducted a literature review of studies on bipolar disorder and bipolar depression to assist NPs in identifying patients with bipolar depression and improving the timeliness of treating the condition.