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.
Medical records in a sexual assault case were obtained by the suspect’s mother, a nurse at the hospital. Read what happened in this HIPAA-based case.
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.
Military hospitals are implementing therapy dog programs to support patients, families, and staff.
The agency has issued proposed draft recommendations to guide incorporation of cybersecurity protections into medical devices at the time of manufacture.
Survey of PAs working in emergency medicine and urgent care demonstrates the profession’s significant impact on health care.
This month’s PA Profile features rural health care provider Susanna Storeng, DMSc, PA-C, DFAAPA, CPAAPA, who is director of a federally qualified community health center (FQHC).
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.
Federal government can now use commercial aircraft or air cargo planes owned by the DoD to transport infant formula from countries abroad.
The case highlights concerns regarding malpractice caps for PAs who have DSA agreements with physicians.
April 2022 FDA approvals include treatments for pediatric urinary tract infections, topical rosacea, vulvovaginal candidiasis, and various types of cancer.
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.
RaDonda Vaught has been sentenced to 3 years of probation; nursing community grateful for Judge’s leniency.
The agency’s latest moves should help ease the dire situation many mothers face.
Many career nurses turned to travel gigs during the pandemic, when hospitals crowded with COVID-19 patients urgently needed the help.
The FDA has expressed serious concerns related to the potential health effects for patients who have consumed delta-8 THC products.
The aim of the study was to identify individuals with food insecurity and establish processes to refer patients and families to federal and community resources.
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.