What should you advise patients about the role of nonnutritive sweeteners in the everyday diet?
By Katharine Wright, RN, BSN, FNP, and Jan Meires, DNP?(Cover image by Jeffrey Leeser/Doris Mohr)
NPs are eligible to earn certification in advanced diabetes management, and a new program at the University of Alabama at Birmingham prepares them to take the exam.
By Annette Hess, PhD, CRNP, CNS, Michele Talley, MSN, ACNP-BC, Renee A. Saul, CRNP, Darnell Mompoint-Williams, DNP, ANP-BC, and Peggy R. McKie, MPH
Women's health providers share advice for helping pregnant patients manage nausea and vomiting related to pregnancy.
By Robin Hocevar
This article provides an overview of the impact of celiac disease.
By the Nurse Practitioner Perspective staff
Obstructive sleep apnea could be detected in more patients if diagnostic testing were simplified. This article describes a study in which an NP-owned primary care practice recommended home testing to detect sleep apnea.
By Wendy L. Wright, MS, APRN, FNP, FAANP, Becky Dupont, MA, Becky Manter, MA, Naim Aoun, MD, Darla Lahham, RPSGT, and Matthew Tarler, PhD
By Amy Korn-Reavis, RRT, RPSGT
Learn how to safely, legally and ethically sever a therapeutic relationship with a problem patient.
By Valerie Neff Newitt
Basal cell carcinoma is on the rise. Learn about risk factors, pathogenesis and variants, and treatment modalities based on histopathologic diagnosis.
By Raymond M. Shulstad, DNP, ARNP-C, BC, DCNP