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After becoming a nurse practitioner and then deciding to obtain my doctor of nursing practice, I have been asked this question many times by patients, friends, family members, and even strangers. My short answer, which truly sums it up, is, ''because I like the nursing aspect.''
But what is the ‘nursing aspect'? In 1860, Florence ...
Over time with genetic influences and facial expression, we see changes in the appearance lower face and neck. Complaints include worsening of a crease on the chin under the lower lip, dimpling of the chin, a sad or angry appearance of the corners of the lips, jowls worsening and loss of definition of the jaw and neckline. It is common to hear ...
I recently had the opportunity to return to Hyden, Kentucky for their Diversity Impact weekend. This is the second time I have had the privilege to attend and was even more excited to be there as an alumni of Frontier Nursing University.
When I first thought of diversity, my mind automatically jumped to the word minority. I soon found out that ...
Various nutrients and antioxidants have been identified to benefit overall health. These nutrients and antioxidants are also essential for maintaining youthful skin vitality. Eating foods rich in antioxidants and supplementing with these nutrients can help protect against free radicals. Free radicals can potentially damage DNA and can lead to ...
I find myself thinking quite a bit about how much healthcare has changed since I was young and trying to figure out how it is that we have come to find ourselves in our current situation.
I just want to state, for the record, that I am not that old. I was a kid in the 60s and I had my children during the 70s and early 80s. I am not talking ...
I'm always looking for a better mousetrap (I won't say a
better way ''to skin a cat'' since I am a cat lover who had to endure dissecting
cats in an undergrad anatomy class). So the better mousetrap I'm looking for is
the most efficient study strategy for the vast amounts of knowledge that I must
somehow accomplish to be a PA.
And since I ...
Each month, ADVANCE for NPs & PAs compiles your
comments on the latest issues in our Comments & Feedback column. We'd love
to hear from you with topics of concern, the latest news for NPs & PAs,
what your state organizations are up to, or anything else that piques your interest.
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Happy NP Week 2012! This year, we are recognizing nurse practitioners across the country with the AANP theme, ''Your Partner in Health.'' We'd love to know what your facility is doing to celebrate. Send your photos and stories of your festivities to email@example.com to be featured in our Comments & Feedback column online and in print. ...
Last week, ADVANCE for NPs & PAs attended the 5th National Doctors of Nursing Practice conference, hosted by DNP, Inc., in St. Louis, Mo. We shared two great photos from the event on Facebook (here and here) and live tweeted with updates from the conference floor.
Here is some of what we tweeted from ...
Last week, a reader commented with praise for both NPs and PAs on our 2012 National Salary Survey of NPs & PAs. ''I am proud to see PAs and NPs getting along in the medical field. Both are great professions. I was an RN for 13 years prior to becoming a PA. I have been a PA for 8 years. I chose PA, because in 2001, NPs were basically ...