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May 2015 - Volume 2 Issue 3


Celiac Disease Update

May is Celiac Disease Awareness Month, and its goal is to increase knowledge about this disease among patients and providers. This article provides an overview of the incidence, presentation, diagnosis and treatment of celiac disease.


Gluten-Free Diets

A dietitian and nurse practitioner provides a scientific perspective on the growing trend of consumers adopting gluten-free diets when they are not affected by celiac disease or non-celiac gluten sensitivity.

Pulmonary Function Testing

The National Asthma Education and Prevention Program recommends office spirometry as an essential tool in the management of patients with respiratory disorders. Learn how NPs can cost effectively add spirometry testing to their practice setting.

Atypical Fibroxanthomas

The National Academy of Dermatology Nurse Practitioners presents education about a somewhat rare skin lesion that often does not produce symptoms and therefore doesn't raise suspicion.

Tips for the Test

The nurse practitioners graduating this spring and summer will soon face another challenge: passing a certification examination. This article provides advice on how to prepare.

Golden Anniversary

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the nurse practitioner profession! The milestone will be recognized at the AANP conference.

CE: Men's Health Update

Men are generally reluctant to seek care for health issues, which means providers must capitalize on all visits. Learn about seven key concerns.


Starting Point

DNP Report

Legal Issues

Business Matters

Prescribing Update

Diabetes Management

Nutrition & Weight

Patient Handout: Celiac Disease

The Quick Six

Advertiser/Supporter Index

Education & Career Development

Career Opportunities


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