Our Roving Reporter shares her top 5 picks of oral sessions at the 2022 American Association of Nurse Practitioners national conference.
NP-delivered, home-based prepalliative care improves end-of-life planning and decreases hospital and emergency department visits.
Project reduced mean pain scores in trauma patients on medication-assisted therapy for opioid use disorder by nearly 50%.
Study authors highlight strategies for educating patients on plant-based diets in primary care.
NP-led initial visits following breast cancer diagnosis lead to earlier time to appointment and increased patient satisfaction.
The implementation of a standardized workflow for the diagnosis and management of urinary tract infections improved care in homebound older adults.
The use of the CAGE-AID screening tool in the emergency department was linked to increased referral to an addiction recovery coach for treatment of substance use disorders.
Findings shows that by implementing lifestyle modifications, particularly restful sleep, participants significantly improved vestibular migraine symptoms.
Intervention targeting internal self-regulation and attentional pathways improves emotional regulation and behavior in at-risk students
Effective weight-management resources were delivered to more than 75% of college students with a high BMI within 90 days.
The AANP’s rollout of the NPower program, which offers free mental health services to NP members, is one of the many highlights from AANP 2022.