November 2019 - Volume 44 - Issue 11 - Contributor Index

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Increasing influenza vaccination acceptance in the homeless: A quality improvement project

Beers, Lorraine; Filter, Marilyn; McFarland, Marilyn

The Nurse Practitioner. 44(11):48-54, November 2019.

The US homeless population is predisposed to serious complications of influenza with increased likelihood of hospitalization and death. This quality improvement project sought to increase influenza vaccination in the homeless population of a rural area in the Midwest and improve provider knowledge of risks and preventive care responsibilities.

Increasing influenza vaccination acceptance in the homeless: A quality improvement project

Beers, Lorraine; Filter, Marilyn; McFarland, Marilyn

The Nurse Practitioner. 44(11):48-54, November 2019.

The US homeless population is predisposed to serious complications of influenza with increased likelihood of hospitalization and death. This quality improvement project sought to increase influenza vaccination in the homeless population of a rural area in the Midwest and improve provider knowledge of risks and preventive care responsibilities.

Eradicating hepatitis C virus: The APRN's role

Pozza, Renee; McCoy-Hill, Catherine; Hall, Katherine; More

The Nurse Practitioner. 44(11):16-27, November 2019.

Chronic hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection is a leading cause of liver disease. The World Health Organization has called for the global elimination of HCV by 2030. NPs can significantly expand the availability of community-based providers and bridge gaps in HCV treatment to assist in eradicating this curable virus.

Eradicating hepatitis C virus: The APRN's role

Pozza, Renee; McCoy-Hill, Catherine; Hall, Katherine; More

The Nurse Practitioner. 44(11):16-27, November 2019.

Chronic hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection is a leading cause of liver disease. The World Health Organization has called for the global elimination of HCV by 2030. NPs can significantly expand the availability of community-based providers and bridge gaps in HCV treatment to assist in eradicating this curable virus.

Eradicating hepatitis C virus: The APRN's role

Pozza, Renee; McCoy-Hill, Catherine; Hall, Katherine; More

The Nurse Practitioner. 44(11):16-27, November 2019.

Chronic hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection is a leading cause of liver disease. The World Health Organization has called for the global elimination of HCV by 2030. NPs can significantly expand the availability of community-based providers and bridge gaps in HCV treatment to assist in eradicating this curable virus.

Eradicating hepatitis C virus: The APRN's role

Pozza, Renee; McCoy-Hill, Catherine; Hall, Katherine; More

The Nurse Practitioner. 44(11):16-27, November 2019.

Chronic hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection is a leading cause of liver disease. The World Health Organization has called for the global elimination of HCV by 2030. NPs can significantly expand the availability of community-based providers and bridge gaps in HCV treatment to assist in eradicating this curable virus.

Eradicating hepatitis C virus: The APRN's role

Pozza, Renee; McCoy-Hill, Catherine; Hall, Katherine; More

The Nurse Practitioner. 44(11):16-27, November 2019.

Chronic hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection is a leading cause of liver disease. The World Health Organization has called for the global elimination of HCV by 2030. NPs can significantly expand the availability of community-based providers and bridge gaps in HCV treatment to assist in eradicating this curable virus.

Increasing influenza vaccination acceptance in the homeless: A quality improvement project

Beers, Lorraine; Filter, Marilyn; McFarland, Marilyn

The Nurse Practitioner. 44(11):48-54, November 2019.

The US homeless population is predisposed to serious complications of influenza with increased likelihood of hospitalization and death. This quality improvement project sought to increase influenza vaccination in the homeless population of a rural area in the Midwest and improve provider knowledge of risks and preventive care responsibilities.

Author:
Moore, Jill PhD

Eradicating hepatitis C virus: The APRN's role

Pozza, Renee; McCoy-Hill, Catherine; Hall, Katherine; More

The Nurse Practitioner. 44(11):16-27, November 2019.

Chronic hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection is a leading cause of liver disease. The World Health Organization has called for the global elimination of HCV by 2030. NPs can significantly expand the availability of community-based providers and bridge gaps in HCV treatment to assist in eradicating this curable virus.

How NPs can help expand telehealth services

Rincon, Teresa A.

The Nurse Practitioner. 44(11):30-35, November 2019.

Consumers of healthcare services are demanding more convenient and accessible options to care. Technologic advancements can support this demand, but telehealth knowledge is lacking. This article will describe the current state of telehealth and examine the role that NPs can play in furthering its adoption.

Acute acetaminophen toxicity in adults

Saccomano, Scott J.

The Nurse Practitioner. 44(11):42-47, November 2019.

When taken in the recommended dosage, acetaminophen is a safe and effective analgesic and antipyretic agent. Its wide availability and easy accessibility make accidental or intentional overdose, leading to hepatotoxicity, a common occurrence. To prevent morbidity and mortality, prompt recognition of acetaminophen toxicity is essential. This article covers the stages of acetaminophen toxicity, recommended treatments, and NP considerations, including patient education recommendations.

Measles: A clinician's guide to a reemerging disease

Stinchfield, Patricia Ann

The Nurse Practitioner. 44(11):37-41, November 2019.

Measles has reemerged in the US for a variety of reasons, including misinformation spread by antivaccination advocates and imported cases from countries where infected children may be too young for immunization. Prompt diagnosis and isolation can help reduce measles transmission.

Eradicating hepatitis C virus: The APRN's role

Pozza, Renee; McCoy-Hill, Catherine; Hall, Katherine; More

The Nurse Practitioner. 44(11):16-27, November 2019.

Chronic hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection is a leading cause of liver disease. The World Health Organization has called for the global elimination of HCV by 2030. NPs can significantly expand the availability of community-based providers and bridge gaps in HCV treatment to assist in eradicating this curable virus.

Eradicating hepatitis C virus: The APRN's role

Pozza, Renee; McCoy-Hill, Catherine; Hall, Katherine; More

The Nurse Practitioner. 44(11):16-27, November 2019.

Chronic hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection is a leading cause of liver disease. The World Health Organization has called for the global elimination of HCV by 2030. NPs can significantly expand the availability of community-based providers and bridge gaps in HCV treatment to assist in eradicating this curable virus.