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The study found that both primary care physicians and nurse practitioners averaged approximately 1.7 inappropriate prescriptions for every 100 prescriptions written. This finding underscores the shared challenge of inappropriate prescribing across healthcare professions.
Family Medicine/General Practice November 2nd 2023
Provision of Evaluation and Management Visits by Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants in the USA from 2013 to 2019: Cross-sectional Time Series study
Explore the latest study that reveals the increasing role of nurse practitioners and physician assistants in healthcare delivery, accounting for a quarter of all visits.
All Specialties October 4th 2023
Chronotype, Unhealthy Lifestyle, and Diabetes Risk in Middle-Aged US Women
New findings suggest that an evening chronotype in middle-aged nurses is associated with a higher risk of type 2 diabetes, even after accounting for lifestyle factors.
Clinical Pharmacology September 29th 2023
Jury Awards $1.4 Million Verdict Against Philadelphia Nurse Practitioner Who Failed to Treat Hyperthyroidism
This recent $1.4 million verdict in a medical malpractice case against a nurse practitioner serves as a critical reminder of the complexities surrounding legal responsibility in healthcare. Learn more about how this could impact your practice and the supervision of nurse practitioners.
All Specialties September 7th 2023