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.
Funding is part of the US pandemic response and will provide a steady stream of money rather than the cycle of ‘boom and bust.’
Recent study findings point to an overlooked downside of the growing reliance on telehealth: an increased burden on nurses.
Eligible NPs and PAs can now prescribe buprenorphine for up to 30 patients with OUD.
The online 90-hour clinical practicum is designed for registered and advanced practice registered nurses.
Roles for advance practice registered nurses are expanding in cancer centers.
NPs provide patients with high-quality, comprehensive, patient-centered primary, acute, and specialty health care services in more than 1 billion patient visits each year.
Nurse practitioners play an essential role in the chemotherapy plan for patients with cancer.
Among women, suicide incidence was higher among nurses than the general population.
Jim Anderson, PA-C, finds that remembering to ask about the small stuff, like medication reconciliation and smoking cessation, improves his ability to help keep his patients safe and healthy.
Asking patients artful questions about the kinds of foods they consume can provide clinicians with more insight than simply asking if the patient eats a balanced diet.
Obesity is a clear risk factor for COVID-19 complications, so what can nurse practitioners and physician assistants do to keep their patients with obesity safe and healthy?
“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?
Experts debate the USDA-HHS’ decisions on sugar and alcohol intake limits in the updated Dietary Guidelines for Americans, 2020-2025.