August 2020 - Volume 45 - Issue 8 - Contributor Index

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Understanding the most commonly billed diagnoses in primary care: Hyperlipidemia

Rogers, Julia; Baker, Manisa

The Nurse Practitioner. 45(8):42-48, August 2020.

This installment in the series on the most commonly billed diagnoses in primary care focuses on hyperlipidemia. This article discusses the pathophysiologic processes of hyperlipidemia as well as how the clinical manifestations and treatments are linked to the pathogenesis of disease.

Family-centered care for children with medical complexity: A goal-planning initiative

Lindstrom, Kathy; Cady, Rhonda; Bushaw, Andrea

The Nurse Practitioner. 45(8):49-55, August 2020.

This article describes an NP-piloted, family-centered, goal-planning tool to use with a medically complex pediatric population during outpatient clinic visits. The tool was an effective reminder to discuss goals after trust and rapport are established between provider and family.

Family-centered care for children with medical complexity: A goal-planning initiative

Lindstrom, Kathy; Cady, Rhonda; Bushaw, Andrea

The Nurse Practitioner. 45(8):49-55, August 2020.

This article describes an NP-piloted, family-centered, goal-planning tool to use with a medically complex pediatric population during outpatient clinic visits. The tool was an effective reminder to discuss goals after trust and rapport are established between provider and family.

Cirrhosis: An evidence-based treatment approach

Casler, Kelly; Chaney, Amanda

The Nurse Practitioner. 45(8):16-26, August 2020.

The NP's role in managing cirrhosis is increasing due to the growing prevalence of the disease. The purpose of this article is to review the pathophysiology, diagnosis, and management of patients with cirrhosis with an emphasis on interdisciplinary collaboration and evidence-based practice. Cirrhosis complications are also discussed.

Cirrhosis: An evidence-based treatment approach

Casler, Kelly; Chaney, Amanda

The Nurse Practitioner. 45(8):16-26, August 2020.

The NP's role in managing cirrhosis is increasing due to the growing prevalence of the disease. The purpose of this article is to review the pathophysiology, diagnosis, and management of patients with cirrhosis with an emphasis on interdisciplinary collaboration and evidence-based practice. Cirrhosis complications are also discussed.

The ABCs of atrial fibrillation

El Hussein, Mohamed Toufic; Kilfoil, Lauren

The Nurse Practitioner. 45(8):28-33, August 2020.

This article provides an outline of the diagnosis and pathogenesis of atrial fibrillation. A mnemonic is introduced for atrial fibrillation treatment guidelines based on recent evidence. Mnemonics use has been associated with improved learning and task organization. Articles using mnemonics to inform clinical practice have been well-received and implemented.

Sleep, screen time, and family meal frequency in preschool children: A pilot study

Hayes, Katey; Williams, Susan G.; Fruh, Sharon; More

The Nurse Practitioner. 45(8):35-41, August 2020.

This exploratory pilot study identified the prevalence and perceptions of three healthy habits in preschool-age children by surveying their parents/caregivers. Researchers examined children's hours of sleep, screen time, and number of family meals per week.

Sleep, screen time, and family meal frequency in preschool children: A pilot study

Hayes, Katey; Williams, Susan G.; Fruh, Sharon; More

The Nurse Practitioner. 45(8):35-41, August 2020.

This exploratory pilot study identified the prevalence and perceptions of three healthy habits in preschool-age children by surveying their parents/caregivers. Researchers examined children's hours of sleep, screen time, and number of family meals per week.

Sleep, screen time, and family meal frequency in preschool children: A pilot study

Hayes, Katey; Williams, Susan G.; Fruh, Sharon; More

The Nurse Practitioner. 45(8):35-41, August 2020.

This exploratory pilot study identified the prevalence and perceptions of three healthy habits in preschool-age children by surveying their parents/caregivers. Researchers examined children's hours of sleep, screen time, and number of family meals per week.

Author:
Hayes, Katey MS

Sleep, screen time, and family meal frequency in preschool children: A pilot study

Hayes, Katey; Williams, Susan G.; Fruh, Sharon; More

The Nurse Practitioner. 45(8):35-41, August 2020.

This exploratory pilot study identified the prevalence and perceptions of three healthy habits in preschool-age children by surveying their parents/caregivers. Researchers examined children's hours of sleep, screen time, and number of family meals per week.

Author:
Kilfoil, Lauren

The ABCs of atrial fibrillation

El Hussein, Mohamed Toufic; Kilfoil, Lauren

The Nurse Practitioner. 45(8):28-33, August 2020.

This article provides an outline of the diagnosis and pathogenesis of atrial fibrillation. A mnemonic is introduced for atrial fibrillation treatment guidelines based on recent evidence. Mnemonics use has been associated with improved learning and task organization. Articles using mnemonics to inform clinical practice have been well-received and implemented.

Family-centered care for children with medical complexity: A goal-planning initiative

Lindstrom, Kathy; Cady, Rhonda; Bushaw, Andrea

The Nurse Practitioner. 45(8):49-55, August 2020.

This article describes an NP-piloted, family-centered, goal-planning tool to use with a medically complex pediatric population during outpatient clinic visits. The tool was an effective reminder to discuss goals after trust and rapport are established between provider and family.

Sleep, screen time, and family meal frequency in preschool children: A pilot study

Hayes, Katey; Williams, Susan G.; Fruh, Sharon; More

The Nurse Practitioner. 45(8):35-41, August 2020.

This exploratory pilot study identified the prevalence and perceptions of three healthy habits in preschool-age children by surveying their parents/caregivers. Researchers examined children's hours of sleep, screen time, and number of family meals per week.

Understanding the most commonly billed diagnoses in primary care: Hyperlipidemia

Rogers, Julia; Baker, Manisa

The Nurse Practitioner. 45(8):42-48, August 2020.

This installment in the series on the most commonly billed diagnoses in primary care focuses on hyperlipidemia. This article discusses the pathophysiologic processes of hyperlipidemia as well as how the clinical manifestations and treatments are linked to the pathogenesis of disease.

Sleep, screen time, and family meal frequency in preschool children: A pilot study

Hayes, Katey; Williams, Susan G.; Fruh, Sharon; More

The Nurse Practitioner. 45(8):35-41, August 2020.

This exploratory pilot study identified the prevalence and perceptions of three healthy habits in preschool-age children by surveying their parents/caregivers. Researchers examined children's hours of sleep, screen time, and number of family meals per week.

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