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.
If passed by the Senate, this bill expands the role of NPs and PAs by allowing them to provide services to injured federal workers under the federal workers’ compensation program.
Highlights from SLEEP 2022 include predictors of nurses’ nightmares, insomnia treatment, hypersomnolence and depression in women, and sleep issues in ADHD.
Researchers examine whether NPs/PAs working independently use more or less low-value care during ED visits than physicians or NPs/PAs working in collaboration with physicians.
Experts in nursing education discuss strategies to solve the workforce shortage such as competency-based education, stackable professional development credits, and credit for prior learning.
Many career nurses turned to travel gigs during the pandemic, when hospitals crowded with COVID-19 patients urgently needed the help.
NAPNAP experts discuss ways to recover from burnout and a constrained APRN workforce pipeline.
Guide for NPs transitioning to the expanding role of direct billing shows success at CHOP emergency department.
Jim Anderson, MPAS, PA-C, explores the role and limits of guidelines. He notes: Whether these practice aids are considered friends or foes, they can never eliminate the inevitable gray areas.
New program enhances professional development and leadership for advanced practice providers at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
Kansas follows in New York’s footsteps, now becoming the 26th state to pass full practice authority to NPs.
New York State became the 25th state to pass full practice authority to NPs.
The number of nurse practitioners licensed to practice in the US increased to more than 355,000 since May 2021.
NAPNAP released a position statement to ensure that pediatric-focused APRNs have the necessary resources and support to address mental health stressors.
The vast majority of NPs and PAs report symptoms of moral injury such as anxiety, PTSD, and suicidality in The Clinical Advisor’s online survey.
The Clinical Advisor interviewed Jennifer Sonney, PhD, APRN, about what led her into asthma research and the innovative VR programs for stress management she is developing at the Sonney Research Lab.
Congress lifts Veterans Affairs pay caps for NPs and PAs in fiscal year 2022 spending agreement.
New legislation addresses mental health and burnout in health care workers, malpractice damage cap and the name change used to describe the PA-physician relationship.
The lyrics of the song War by Norman Whitfield and Barrett Strong sum up the horror and futility of war. As Russia invades Ukraine, Jim Anderson, MPAS, PA-C reflects on how to balance the horrors of war with the need care for patients and stay sane in the process.
With more than 100 children killed, 130 injured, and 1.5 million displaced from Ukraine, the ongoing Russian invasion has triggered a humanitarian crisis exacerbated by the ongoing global pandemic.