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.
NPs and PAs continue to rank high on the latest U.S. News & World Report Best Jobs list.
Nurse practitioner experiences poor provider etiquette when making medical decisions for her father who was hospitalized following COVID-19 infection.
No evidence that large numbers of nurses left health care or hospital practice during first 18 months of pandemic.
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.
A study sought to determine if mindfulness-based stress reduction would ease compassion fatigue and burnout among the facility’s pediatric oncology nurses.
Deanna Stewart, DNP, RN, discusses her safe space program designed to help Black people cope with racism and discrimination.
Liver disease and cirrhosis now outpace diabetes and stroke as the leading cause of mortality in people aged 25 to 54 years. New survey results shows shortfalls in adoption of national treatment guidelines for liver disease and cirrhosis.
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.
Study finds that medication administration processes (MAPs) are frequently interrupted and these disruptions may create an opportunity for patient harm.
Researchers who started a ketamine and esketamine service for patients with depression and suicidal thoughts discuss lessons learned.
Determining when smartphone use has become an addiction in patients is tricky. Researchers outline what to look for.
Psychiatric-mental health nurses and NPs can fill gaps in care but need more funding, advocacy, and more students entering the field.
Authors describe the perspectives of patients and prescribing clinicians regarding the use of antidepressants during pregnancy.
Survey results presented at APNA 2022 emphasize the need for more psychiatric-mental health nurses.
The AACN consensus statement addresses recent changes in tele-critical care nursing practice.
See how your salary compares with those of your peers as reported in the 2022 NP/PA Salary Survey.