A disease you just caught: Low-income African American mothers’ cultural beliefs about postpartum depression
Hypothyroidism is a common endocrine disorder affecting nearly 2 in 100 women. Primary hypothyroidism can be diagnosed and effectively managed by primary care providers.
Assessment of the effect of social influences and personal resilience on preventing repeat adolescent pregnancy
Many post-Covid symptoms can be managed in the primary care setting and often improve without medical intervention during the first few months after initial infection.
Virtual workshops are increasingly becoming a popular venue for continuing education (CE) opportunities to maintain and expand skills for routine in-office procedures.
Beyond benefits to the patient, there are also professional benefits that may attract the WHNP to a hospitalist role.
We have an obligation to teach the next generation of providers about the role of implicit bias in healthcare and its impact on patients served.
Increasing access to care through pharmacy provision of hormonal contraceptives: A nursing perspective
It’s not just physical: The adverse psychosocial effects of polycystic ovary syndrome in adolescents
Women’s health NPs are ideally positioned to decrease MI stigma and facilitate necessary mental health services as providers of women’s healthcare across the lifespan.
As advanced practice nursing programs proliferate and medical students and physician assistant students also seek clinical experiences, competition for preceptors at appropriate clinical sites has intensified.
Even when patients are diagnosed with increased fracture risk, many choose not to take medication because of concerns about rare risks that are often sensationalized in the media.
PrEP use among women has the potential to reduce new HIV infections by 61% (with ≥ 75% adherence), yet less than 10% of men and women who are “behaviorally indicated for PrEP” are utilizing this important prevention tool.
RPL can be an intimidating entity for healthcare providers to evaluate and treat due to varying guidelines and pressure from patients to prevent future losses.
Prepregnancy carrier screening enables individuals and couples to learn about their reproductive risk and consider the most complete range of reproductive options versus waiting until pregnancy when choices become more limited.
The WHNP is ideally situated to consider adding telehealth services for older women as part of preventive healthcare and chronic health condition management.
The Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute: Research to answer questions important to patients and clinicians
Reproductive-age women with prediabetes or type 2 diabetes can benefit from education that allows them to develop a reproductive life plan that will optimize future pregnancy outcomes.
Understanding contralateral prophylactic mastectomy decision-making in women with early-stage breast cancer: A nursing perspective
Acne vulgaris is one of the most commonly treated dermatologic diseases in adult females, but treatment selection and patient education should be tailored specifically to this population.
Despite the fear and negativity surrounding the use of vaginal estrogen, it is safe and effective for the treatment of vaginal dryness in most postmenopausal women.
Racism in nursing has existed since the profession’s historic beginnings, and it continues to permeate nursing education, practice, research, and policy.