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Between five million and seven million people are long-distance caregivers for a family member. Even from afar, these caregivers remain a pivotal part of their loved one’s care team.
To deliver quality care, clinicians need access to evidence about the influence of climate change and opportunities to share it with their communities.
A family nurse practitioner’s job is multi-faceted with responsibilities that include diagnosing illnesses, helping patients manage chronic conditions, and prescribing medications. Salaries vary by state and the type of practice where an FNP works.
Most cases of intimate partner violence go unreported for a variety of reasons — including fear, threats, coercion, or a lack of resources to survive without the support of an abuser. Partners may also love or hold a deep attachment to their abuser and make excuses for his or her behavior. Clinicians who identify intimate partner violence early can help prevent lasting emotional or physical injury and save lives.
One faculty member’s quest to empower nurses enrolled in the Nursing@Simmons Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program centers around encouraging students to explore different approaches to care, from data-driven decision-making to the more human aspect of their work. Tanya Cohn, PhD, MEd, RN, knows firsthand that becoming the best in your field requires a deep understanding of the high-tech tools available for research and care.
As the boomer generation becomes senior citizens, the American health care system is bracing for a doubling of the elderly population by the year 2030. The spike in the senior demographic will bring with it a need for caregivers, support professionals, housing accommodations, and technology to consider the unique needs of those moving into their elder years. New models of assisted living facilities, which integrate autonomy with thoughtful care, provide one option forward.
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While art therapy is commonly recommended for patients who have survived traumas or are living with chronic conditions, there’s untapped potential for providers in need of restoring well-being or coping with work-related exhaustion.
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