February 2020 - Volume 45 - Issue 2 - Contributor Index

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Communicating data and information in disaster care

Fant, Catherine; Adelman, Deborah S.; Zak, Concetta L.; More

The Nurse Practitioner. 45(2):48-54, February 2020.

This third installment of the Disaster Response Series focuses on the need for NPs to be familiar with the information communication technologies used in their geographic areas and be ready to use them when, not if, a disaster strikes.

Virginia NP scope of practice: A legislative case study

Smith, Shelly; Buchanan, Holly; Cloutier, Rachel

The Nurse Practitioner. 45(2):33-37, February 2020.

During the 2018 state legislative session, Virginia's General Assembly approved legislation supporting a transitional licensing model for NPs with at least 5 years of full-time work equivalence in their certification area. This article outlines Virginia's case as an example for NP advocates who are planning scope-of-practice legislation in other states.

Virginia NP scope of practice: A legislative case study

Smith, Shelly; Buchanan, Holly; Cloutier, Rachel

The Nurse Practitioner. 45(2):33-37, February 2020.

During the 2018 state legislative session, Virginia's General Assembly approved legislation supporting a transitional licensing model for NPs with at least 5 years of full-time work equivalence in their certification area. This article outlines Virginia's case as an example for NP advocates who are planning scope-of-practice legislation in other states.

The therapeutic versatility of antihistamines: A comprehensive review

Shirley, David W.; Sterrett, James; Haga, Neal; More

The Nurse Practitioner. 45(2):8-21, February 2020.

Antihistamines are common and readily available medications for primary care patients and those seeking over-the-counter treatments. This article provides an overview of available antihistamines, their mechanisms of action, safety concerns in specific populations, and their therapeutic uses in several common conditions.

Communicating data and information in disaster care

Fant, Catherine; Adelman, Deborah S.; Zak, Concetta L.; More

The Nurse Practitioner. 45(2):48-54, February 2020.

This third installment of the Disaster Response Series focuses on the need for NPs to be familiar with the information communication technologies used in their geographic areas and be ready to use them when, not if, a disaster strikes.

Advocating for Washington state ARNP payment parity

Kaplan, Louise; Gill, Justin

The Nurse Practitioner. 45(2):38-47, February 2020.

Workforce and reimbursement data were collected from a 2018 survey of Washington state advanced registered nurse practitioners (ARNPs). Survey results will be used to improve workforce planning and advocate for payment parity legislation requiring health plans to pay ARNPs the same as physicians for the same service.

The therapeutic versatility of antihistamines: A comprehensive review

Shirley, David W.; Sterrett, James; Haga, Neal; More

The Nurse Practitioner. 45(2):8-21, February 2020.

Antihistamines are common and readily available medications for primary care patients and those seeking over-the-counter treatments. This article provides an overview of available antihistamines, their mechanisms of action, safety concerns in specific populations, and their therapeutic uses in several common conditions.

Advocating for Washington state ARNP payment parity

Kaplan, Louise; Gill, Justin

The Nurse Practitioner. 45(2):38-47, February 2020.

Workforce and reimbursement data were collected from a 2018 survey of Washington state advanced registered nurse practitioners (ARNPs). Survey results will be used to improve workforce planning and advocate for payment parity legislation requiring health plans to pay ARNPs the same as physicians for the same service.

Diabetes-associated cardiac autonomic neuropathy

Wooton, Angela K.; Melchior, Lynne

The Nurse Practitioner. 45(2):24-31, February 2020.

Cardiac autonomic neuropathy (CAN) is an under diagnosed cardiovascular complication associated with diabetes. As the incidence of diabetes increases in an aging population, NPs can help prevent complications associated with diabetes and CAN.

The therapeutic versatility of antihistamines: A comprehensive review

Shirley, David W.; Sterrett, James; Haga, Neal; More

The Nurse Practitioner. 45(2):8-21, February 2020.

Antihistamines are common and readily available medications for primary care patients and those seeking over-the-counter treatments. This article provides an overview of available antihistamines, their mechanisms of action, safety concerns in specific populations, and their therapeutic uses in several common conditions.

Virginia NP scope of practice: A legislative case study

Smith, Shelly; Buchanan, Holly; Cloutier, Rachel

The Nurse Practitioner. 45(2):33-37, February 2020.

During the 2018 state legislative session, Virginia's General Assembly approved legislation supporting a transitional licensing model for NPs with at least 5 years of full-time work equivalence in their certification area. This article outlines Virginia's case as an example for NP advocates who are planning scope-of-practice legislation in other states.

The therapeutic versatility of antihistamines: A comprehensive review

Shirley, David W.; Sterrett, James; Haga, Neal; More

The Nurse Practitioner. 45(2):8-21, February 2020.

Antihistamines are common and readily available medications for primary care patients and those seeking over-the-counter treatments. This article provides an overview of available antihistamines, their mechanisms of action, safety concerns in specific populations, and their therapeutic uses in several common conditions.

Communicating data and information in disaster care

Fant, Catherine; Adelman, Deborah S.; Zak, Concetta L.; More

The Nurse Practitioner. 45(2):48-54, February 2020.

This third installment of the Disaster Response Series focuses on the need for NPs to be familiar with the information communication technologies used in their geographic areas and be ready to use them when, not if, a disaster strikes.

Diabetes-associated cardiac autonomic neuropathy

Wooton, Angela K.; Melchior, Lynne

The Nurse Practitioner. 45(2):24-31, February 2020.

Cardiac autonomic neuropathy (CAN) is an under diagnosed cardiovascular complication associated with diabetes. As the incidence of diabetes increases in an aging population, NPs can help prevent complications associated with diabetes and CAN.

Communicating data and information in disaster care

Fant, Catherine; Adelman, Deborah S.; Zak, Concetta L.; More

The Nurse Practitioner. 45(2):48-54, February 2020.

This third installment of the Disaster Response Series focuses on the need for NPs to be familiar with the information communication technologies used in their geographic areas and be ready to use them when, not if, a disaster strikes.