Researchers developed and evaluated an advanced practice clinical advancement pilot program for APRNs and PAs.
GAPNA discusses disaster response in long-term care settings and home-based primary care.
The bipartisan VA Nurse and Physician Assistant RAISE Act aims to increase the pay limitation on nurse and physician assistant salaries.
Urinary incontinence is common and costly but undertreated in long-term care facilities, directors of nursing say.
A single-session, nurse-led clinic staff education program on medication adherence leads to increased knowledge and practice changes at a FQHC.
Nearly one-third of NPs failed to recognize depression as a risk factor for CVD.
Delirium prevention program leads to fewer cases of new-onset delirium during post-acute rehabilitation stays at a skilled nursing facility.
The AANA has rebranded as the American Association of Nurse Anesthesiology as part of a yearlong effort designed to advance the science of nurse anesthesiology and advocate for CRNAs.
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused sustained effects among clinicians across personal, clinical, education, and research domains.
Researchers review effective strategies for screening, assessment, and management of depression in patients with cancer.
A report examines a newly created role in nursing care for managing patient care during chimeric antigen receptor T-cell therapy in the outpatient setting.
The standards would allow VA advanced practice practitioners to provide patient care to the full extent of their education, training, and experience regardless of state laws.
AAPA and AANP advocate for new legislations that will not only benefit PAs and NPs, but also their patients.
Fatigue resulting from insufficient sleep can negatively affect cumulative daytime performance and hamper adequate patient care.
A transitional care model utilizing NPs to conduct telehealth visits within 3 days of hospital discharge led to reduce health care costs and increased 14-day follow-up rates.
For chronically ill, home-based patients, telephone access to NPs is associated with an overall decrease in the number of emergency department visits.
Survey findings highlight strategies to increase the number of NP preceptors at Cleveland Clinic.
The majority of APRNs report low levels of preparedness in caring for patients with basic chronic or acute pain management needs in their first year of practice.
The federal bill would set specific minimum nurse-to-patient ratios for every hospital unit and provide support for best practices research, whistleblower protections, and education loan repayment and scholarship programs.
The National Academy of Medicine report describes priorities and recommendations for the future of nursing.