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Practical Approach to Teaching Genomics for Primary Care APNs
Whether planning a separate course or integrating into existing curricula, providing genomics education is a challenge for advanced practice educators.
Article, April 18, 2011
Geriatric Content for All Nurse Practitioner Programs: A Population-Driven Imperative
As the number of older adults increases, will nurse practitioners be ready to meet their needs? It's up to the faculty of all NP programs.
Journal Article, October 12, 2009
Electronic Clinical Logs
Here are the ABCs of choosing and implementing an electronic clinical log system -- a tool for keeping track of your students in the digital age.
Journal Article, September 25, 2009
Staying Up To Date: Quick Resources and Email Alerts
Wading through a sea of literature is no longer the only way to keep up to date in the clinical arena.
Journal Article, August 18, 2009
Faculty Mentoring in Nursing
If you've ever had a mentor, you know how valuable they can be. Find out how faculty mentors in nursing are tackling the nursing shortage.
Journal Article, November 4, 2008
Health Policy and the DNP Student
The DNP graduate is more than a clinical leader. Discover how DNP students gain the skills they need to become leaders in health policy as well.
Journal Article, October 30, 2008
A Comparison of Web-Enhanced vs Traditional Classroom Teaching
The rising demand for online courses is changing the face of graduate nursing education, but are Web-based courses the best way to prepare advanced practice nurses?
Journal Article, October 2, 2008
Problem-Based Learning in Teaching Advanced Health Assessment
The faculty at University of Maryland School of Nursing developed an innovative approach to teaching advanced health assessment to nurse practitioner students.
Journal Article, June 4, 2008
Evidence- Based Practice: Understanding the Process
The author offers practical advice on incorporating evidence-based practice into everyday care.
Journal Article, January 23, 2008
The Preparation of Nurse Faculty
Do doctoral programs adequately prepare faculty to teach undergraduate and graduate students?
Journal Article, September 11, 2007
The Chronic Care Model
Improvement in care requires an approach that incorporates patient, provider, and system level interventions.
Journal Article, January 5, 2007
The Impostor Phenomenon: New NPs
I just graduated from an NP program, so why do I feel so inadequate?
Journal Article, June 7, 2006
Preceptorships for APNs
What contributes to a positive preceptorship experience for advanced practice nurses?
Journal Article, April 4, 2006
Negotiating a Faculty Practice
How can NP faculty members maintain their clinical competency and certification?
Journal Article, January 12, 2006
20th Century NPs: Enduring Success
Perhaps we should prepare NP students for retrieving information and applying their knowledge rather than overloading them with everything they need to know?
Journal Article, August 31, 2004
Genetics: How Can Advanced Practice Nurses Stay Informed?
Are you a nurse educator? Do you need advice on incorporating genetics into practice and education? NONPF provides guidance and resources.
Journal Article, April 29, 2004
Global Advancement of Advanced Practice Nursing Education
Learn about efforts to promote nurse practitioner education worldwide.
Journal Article, January 30, 2004
Teaching Strategies for Nurse Practitioner Education
Learn about NONPF resources and programs that will assist faculty in sharing ideas and strategies to enhance NP education.
Journal Article, October 27, 2003
NONPF and Quality NP Education
The National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties -- learn about the initiatives of this group and the resources they offer.
Journal Article, July 21, 2003
The Health Cost of Soul Food
Soul food is typically high in fat, which increases the risk for developing obesity.
Journal Article, May 12, 2003
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