AANP and AAPA Presidents discuss how elimination of the X-Waiver and patient caps for buprenorphine prescription for opioid use disorder will affect clinical practice.
Authors say the new algorithm could be used to safely withhold antibiotics in low-risk patients in the primary care setting.
The tools used in an adolescent transition program to aide patients with HIV infection transition to independent care were evaluated for effectiveness.
Weight loss pharmacotherapy recommended as adjunct to health behavior and lifestyle treatment in children 12 years and older with obesity.
California Attorney General Rob Bonta is taking 3 major drugmakers and 3 distributors to court, alleging the companies illegally raised prices at the expense of diabetes patients.
NPs and PAs continue to rank high on the latest U.S. News & World Report Best Jobs list.
No evidence that large numbers of nurses left health care or hospital practice during first 18 months of pandemic.
Experts are calling on colleagues to bring up the cost of care and its potential impact when discussing treatment options with patients.
Dr Fayanju discusses strategies for health care providers and federal lawmakers to help close equity gaps in American health care.
Updates on the VA Employee Fairness Act, AMA’s House of Delegates meeting, and PA Licensure Compact Model Legislation
The number of US health care providers certified to prescribe buprenorphine more than doubled in the past 4 years, and treatment advocates hope to see that trend continue.
If approved, the OTC nasal spray would deliver 4 mg of naloxone per spray.
Recent FDA approvals include treatments for acute low back pain, postoperative nausea and vomiting, multiple myeloma, hemophilia B, and fibromyalgia pain.
The finalized PA Licensure Compact Model Legislation is a critical step toward advancing PA profession interstate practice mobility.
Nikki Kean discusses the latest push by physician organizations to block the ICAN Act and what NPs and PAs can do to support the bill.
Author discusses her experiences with microaggressions in the workplace and calls for sustained efforts to enact change.
Deanna Stewart, DNP, RN, discusses her safe space program designed to help Black people cope with racism and discrimination.
DNPs discussed forging their own paths and changing the game at this year’s DNPs of Color signature panel discussion.
Safe space participants discussed ways to cope with racism in the workplace and developed individualized racism recovery plans.
DNPs of Color expert discusses strategies to engage nurses in DEI initiatives.