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COVID-19 and telehealth: How to complete a successful telehealth visit

Summer, Georgianne; Adelman, Deborah S.; Fant, Catherine

The Nurse Practitioner. 46(6):43-47, June 2021.

In the third and final article in this series, patient and provider dynamics are explored, built from real-life telehealth experiences. The Four Habits Model is utilized to examine the virtual visit.

COVID-19 and the golden years

Kroll, Nicole L.; Sanchez-Jones, Tamika; Atchley, Megan Danielle; More

The Nurse Practitioner. 46(6):37-42, June 2021.

The impact of COVID-19 on older adults may not be readily apparent. Personal protective and social distancing measures can reduce activity levels, increase feelings of isolation and loss, and result in lapsed medical care. NPs must recognize detrimental impacts on overall health and wellness and assist older adults in overcoming them.

Minimizing risk of infection when using developmental and psychological assessment tools: Looking beyond COVID-19

Cheng, Alison S.; Kang, Ying Qi; Lim, Tammy S.H.; More

The Nurse Practitioner. 46(6):12-16, June 2021.

Swift spread of COVID-19 across the world led to the implementation of unique measures to contain its spread. We propose safe practices within developmental and behavioral pediatrics settings including evaluating assessment materials for ease of sanitization and employing a structured sanitization work-system.

APRNs' controlled substance prescribing and readiness following Florida legislative changes

Reynolds, Annie M.; Reynolds, Caleb J.; Craig-Rodriguez, Alicia

The Nurse Practitioner. 46(6):48-55, June 2021.

Two years after the Florida legislature expanded APRN prescribing to include schedule II-IV drugs in 2017, we studied APRN utilization of this prescriptive authority. Study results reveal that Florida APRNs are meeting the educational requirements to prescribe and apply the use of these drugs in practice, improving patient access to care.

Management strategies for STE-ACS

El Hussein, Mohamed Toufic; Hakkola, Jonah

The Nurse Practitioner. 46(6):18-26, June 2021.

Using guideline-driven interventions, NPs are well suited for management of ST-segment elevation (STE)-acute coronary syndrome (ACS). This second article in a two-part series on ACS management presents an updated overview to help NPs in applying evidence-based interventions while caring for patients with STE-ACS.

COVID-19 and the golden years

Kroll, Nicole L.; Sanchez-Jones, Tamika; Atchley, Megan Danielle; More

The Nurse Practitioner. 46(6):37-42, June 2021.

The impact of COVID-19 on older adults may not be readily apparent. Personal protective and social distancing measures can reduce activity levels, increase feelings of isolation and loss, and result in lapsed medical care. NPs must recognize detrimental impacts on overall health and wellness and assist older adults in overcoming them.

COVID-19 and telehealth: How to complete a successful telehealth visit

Summer, Georgianne; Adelman, Deborah S.; Fant, Catherine

The Nurse Practitioner. 46(6):43-47, June 2021.

In the third and final article in this series, patient and provider dynamics are explored, built from real-life telehealth experiences. The Four Habits Model is utilized to examine the virtual visit.

Author:
Hakkola, Jonah

Management strategies for STE-ACS

El Hussein, Mohamed Toufic; Hakkola, Jonah

The Nurse Practitioner. 46(6):18-26, June 2021.

Using guideline-driven interventions, NPs are well suited for management of ST-segment elevation (STE)-acute coronary syndrome (ACS). This second article in a two-part series on ACS management presents an updated overview to help NPs in applying evidence-based interventions while caring for patients with STE-ACS.

Recognizing risk and presence of posttraumatic stress disorder in women

Heavey, Elizabeth

The Nurse Practitioner. 46(6):28-35, June 2021.

US women who report having experienced significant trauma at some point in their lives range from 50% to 90%. Yet posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) goes largely unrecognized in women. This article discusses ways to monitor, screen, and intervene for PTSD in women.

Minimizing risk of infection when using developmental and psychological assessment tools: Looking beyond COVID-19

Cheng, Alison S.; Kang, Ying Qi; Lim, Tammy S.H.; More

The Nurse Practitioner. 46(6):12-16, June 2021.

Swift spread of COVID-19 across the world led to the implementation of unique measures to contain its spread. We propose safe practices within developmental and behavioral pediatrics settings including evaluating assessment materials for ease of sanitization and employing a structured sanitization work-system.

COVID-19 and the golden years

Kroll, Nicole L.; Sanchez-Jones, Tamika; Atchley, Megan Danielle; More

The Nurse Practitioner. 46(6):37-42, June 2021.

The impact of COVID-19 on older adults may not be readily apparent. Personal protective and social distancing measures can reduce activity levels, increase feelings of isolation and loss, and result in lapsed medical care. NPs must recognize detrimental impacts on overall health and wellness and assist older adults in overcoming them.

Minimizing risk of infection when using developmental and psychological assessment tools: Looking beyond COVID-19

Cheng, Alison S.; Kang, Ying Qi; Lim, Tammy S.H.; More

The Nurse Practitioner. 46(6):12-16, June 2021.

Swift spread of COVID-19 across the world led to the implementation of unique measures to contain its spread. We propose safe practices within developmental and behavioral pediatrics settings including evaluating assessment materials for ease of sanitization and employing a structured sanitization work-system.

Minimizing risk of infection when using developmental and psychological assessment tools: Looking beyond COVID-19

Cheng, Alison S.; Kang, Ying Qi; Lim, Tammy S.H.; More

The Nurse Practitioner. 46(6):12-16, June 2021.

Swift spread of COVID-19 across the world led to the implementation of unique measures to contain its spread. We propose safe practices within developmental and behavioral pediatrics settings including evaluating assessment materials for ease of sanitization and employing a structured sanitization work-system.

APRNs' controlled substance prescribing and readiness following Florida legislative changes

Reynolds, Annie M.; Reynolds, Caleb J.; Craig-Rodriguez, Alicia

The Nurse Practitioner. 46(6):48-55, June 2021.

Two years after the Florida legislature expanded APRN prescribing to include schedule II-IV drugs in 2017, we studied APRN utilization of this prescriptive authority. Study results reveal that Florida APRNs are meeting the educational requirements to prescribe and apply the use of these drugs in practice, improving patient access to care.

APRNs' controlled substance prescribing and readiness following Florida legislative changes

Reynolds, Annie M.; Reynolds, Caleb J.; Craig-Rodriguez, Alicia

The Nurse Practitioner. 46(6):48-55, June 2021.

Two years after the Florida legislature expanded APRN prescribing to include schedule II-IV drugs in 2017, we studied APRN utilization of this prescriptive authority. Study results reveal that Florida APRNs are meeting the educational requirements to prescribe and apply the use of these drugs in practice, improving patient access to care.

COVID-19 and the golden years

Kroll, Nicole L.; Sanchez-Jones, Tamika; Atchley, Megan Danielle; More

The Nurse Practitioner. 46(6):37-42, June 2021.

The impact of COVID-19 on older adults may not be readily apparent. Personal protective and social distancing measures can reduce activity levels, increase feelings of isolation and loss, and result in lapsed medical care. NPs must recognize detrimental impacts on overall health and wellness and assist older adults in overcoming them.

COVID-19 and telehealth: How to complete a successful telehealth visit

Summer, Georgianne; Adelman, Deborah S.; Fant, Catherine

The Nurse Practitioner. 46(6):43-47, June 2021.

In the third and final article in this series, patient and provider dynamics are explored, built from real-life telehealth experiences. The Four Habits Model is utilized to examine the virtual visit.