Recent FDA approvals include treatments for acute low back pain, postoperative nausea and vomiting, multiple myeloma, hemophilia B, and fibromyalgia pain.
The finalized PA Licensure Compact Model Legislation is a critical step toward advancing PA profession interstate practice mobility.
Nikki Kean discusses the latest push by physician organizations to block the ICAN Act and what NPs and PAs can do to support the bill.
Author discusses her experiences with microaggressions in the workplace and calls for sustained efforts to enact change.
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.
Anne Meneghetti, MD, discusses the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on inappropriate antibiotic use in both the inpatient and outpatient setting.
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.
Researchers survey clinicians to understand the challenges they face in prescribing or withholding antibiotic treatments for acute pediatric infectious conjunctivitis and call attention to a lack of nationalized standards.
HIPAA protects patients from unauthorized disclosure of personal information by covered entities such as medical practices and hospitals, but out from under the HIPAA umbrella, patients are mostly on their own, according to the authors of a recent report.
Is a clinician liable for misdiagnosis of a patient that results in injury to a third party?
The AACN consensus statement addresses recent changes in tele-critical care nursing practice.
APP association presidents discuss legislative issues, the future of their professions, and what keeps them up at night at the National APP Week panel.