Eight in 10 older adults say they have not been screened for hearing loss in primary care within the last 2 years.
“It has been over a year of constant trauma. It has been over a year of not sleeping.” How are healthcare workers managing their mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic?
A sizable minority of older adults have used leftover antibiotics for a nonintended purpose, according to recent research.
Researchers assessed the impact of medical scribes on operations in a pediatric clinic, including the effect on clinician productivity and workﬂow efﬁciency.
In February 2021, the FDA expanded indications of previously approved medications to include treating ulcerative colitis and neurogenic detrusor overactivity in pediatric patients.
Valerie K. Sabol, PhD, MBA, ACNP, GNP, ANEF, FAANP, FAAN, discusses how nursing home staffing influences quality of care for patients.
Describing patients as “nonadherent” rather than “noncompliant” to a treatment regimen reflects a healthy patient-provider relationship.
The FDA is warning against reliance on pulse oximeters for COVID-19 diagnosis and treatment due to evidence of risk for inaccuracy.
The FDA issued warning letters to 10 companies that are illegally selling dietary supplements claiming to treat mental illnesses.
While the ACA effectively reversed coverage losses for patients with airway disease, neither care affordability nor disparities improved for these patients.
A nursing student sues for disability discrimination after being terminated for medical marijuana use.
Clinical Advisor’s Director Nikki Kean discusses what 2021 may have in store for both clinicians and patients.
Bias in health care is not just limited to skin color.
The HIV Medicine Association of the Infectious Diseases Society of America published an updated primary care guidance for persons with HIV.
Marvin A. Rossi, MD, PhD, discusses strategies for optimizing epilepsy telehealth visits.
Erin Fecske, DNP, APRN, presents a model for optimizing in-home and facilitated epilepsy telehealth visits at AES2020.
January 2021 FDA approvals of import to physician assistants and nurse practitioners include treatments for HIV, heart failure, dry eye disease, and light chain amyloidosis.
The cofounder of the NP profession shares her experiences, insights, and visions for the future of nursing with the Clinical Advisor.
The researchers found that 23.3% of the physicians reported being personally attacked on social media.
Stephanie Ahmed, DNP, NP-BC discusses her advocacy work with the Massachusetts Coalition of Nurse Practitioners to grant NPs full practice authority in the state of Massachusetts.