June 2020 - Volume 45 - Issue 6 - Contributor Index

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Care coordination for children with medical complexity

Cady, Rhonda; Bushaw, Andrea; Davis, Heidi; More

The Nurse Practitioner. 45(6):11-17, June 2020.

Children with medical complexity have complex health management and care coordination needs. Care models that address these needs rely on interprofessional teams that include NPs. Understanding these care models allows NPs from all disciplines to support the care of this growing patient population in pediatric and adult settings.

Care coordination for children with medical complexity

Cady, Rhonda; Bushaw, Andrea; Davis, Heidi; More

The Nurse Practitioner. 45(6):11-17, June 2020.

Children with medical complexity have complex health management and care coordination needs. Care models that address these needs rely on interprofessional teams that include NPs. Understanding these care models allows NPs from all disciplines to support the care of this growing patient population in pediatric and adult settings.

Health disparities in American Indians/Alaska Natives: Implications for nurse practitioners

Carron, Rebecca

The Nurse Practitioner. 45(6):26-32, June 2020.

American Indians/Alaska Natives experience significant health disparities in many areas including metabolic and mental health disorders. NPs have the opportunity to understand the underlying causes of these disparities and provide health interventions that promote wellness.

Care coordination for children with medical complexity

Cady, Rhonda; Bushaw, Andrea; Davis, Heidi; More

The Nurse Practitioner. 45(6):11-17, June 2020.

Children with medical complexity have complex health management and care coordination needs. Care models that address these needs rely on interprofessional teams that include NPs. Understanding these care models allows NPs from all disciplines to support the care of this growing patient population in pediatric and adult settings.

Guiding patients to appropriate vaccination during pregnancy

Heavey, Elizabeth

The Nurse Practitioner. 45(6):19-24, June 2020.

This article focuses on the two universally recommended vaccines during pregnancy—Tdap and influenza—and how NPs can advocate for the appropriate vaccination of this patient population.

Improving SBIRT in a nurse-managed clinic serving homeless patients with substance use disorder

Kerrins, Ryan B.; Hemphill, Jean Croce

The Nurse Practitioner. 45(6):42-49, June 2020.

A nurse-managed clinic in Northeast Tennessee that mainly serves unstably housed patients launched a process improvement project to evaluate Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) implementation and use. These findings could guide future SBIRT efforts among vulnerable groups.

Improving SBIRT in a nurse-managed clinic serving homeless patients with substance use disorder

Kerrins, Ryan B.; Hemphill, Jean Croce

The Nurse Practitioner. 45(6):42-49, June 2020.

A nurse-managed clinic in Northeast Tennessee that mainly serves unstably housed patients launched a process improvement project to evaluate Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) implementation and use. These findings could guide future SBIRT efforts among vulnerable groups.

Primary care of children with autism spectrum disorder: Applying evidence-based interventions

Kilmer, Michele

The Nurse Practitioner. 45(6):33-41, June 2020.

Pediatric autism spectrum disorder (ASD) consists of multisystem components that primary care providers (PCPs) must address. PCPs improve health outcomes associated with ASD when they administer developmental screening tools and thoroughly assess identified concerns.

Care coordination for children with medical complexity

Cady, Rhonda; Bushaw, Andrea; Davis, Heidi; More

The Nurse Practitioner. 45(6):11-17, June 2020.

Children with medical complexity have complex health management and care coordination needs. Care models that address these needs rely on interprofessional teams that include NPs. Understanding these care models allows NPs from all disciplines to support the care of this growing patient population in pediatric and adult settings.

Understanding the most commonly billed diagnoses in primary care: Hypertension

Rogers, Julia

The Nurse Practitioner. 45(6):50-55, June 2020.

This first article in a series about the most commonly billed diagnoses in primary care settings explores the pathophysiology, diagnostic evaluation, and management of hypertension. Relevant billing issues are addressed.

Care coordination for children with medical complexity

Cady, Rhonda; Bushaw, Andrea; Davis, Heidi; More

The Nurse Practitioner. 45(6):11-17, June 2020.

Children with medical complexity have complex health management and care coordination needs. Care models that address these needs rely on interprofessional teams that include NPs. Understanding these care models allows NPs from all disciplines to support the care of this growing patient population in pediatric and adult settings.