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The American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP) brings you discussions around the most important topics and issues related to nurse practitioner (NP) practice, education, advocacy, research and leadership. Tune in each month for stories and in-depth conversations with NPs and health care leaders that you can’t hear anywhere else.

The American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP) brings you discussions around the most important topics and issues related to nurse practitioner (NP) practice, education, advocacy, research and leadership. Tune in each month for stories and in-depth conversations with NPs and health care leaders that you can’t hear anywhere else.

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The American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP) brings you discussions around the most important topics and issues related to nurse practitioner (NP) practice, education, advocacy, research and leadership. Tune in each month for stories and in-depth conversations with NPs and health care leaders that you can’t hear anywhere else.

Language:

English


Episodes

57. The Deans Series: Christine Kennedy, Rush University

5/4/2022
The next installment in the series featuring deans of nursing schools from across the country presents Christine Kennedy of Rush University. Let’s celebrate the leaders who are responsible for making NP education happen! Resources from this episode: aanp.org/national22aanp.org/cerush.edu Join AANP Today: join.aanp.org

Duration:00:40:47

56. Updates in Osteoporosis Management

5/4/2022
Over 14 million people in the US have osteoporosis, and each year, there will be 2 million fractures due to the disease. Osteoporosis is a silent, yet preventable disease, and NPs are uniquely positioned to change this trajectory. Resources from this episode: aanp.org/ce Join AANP Today: aanp.org/membership

Duration:01:02:10

55. Danielle McCamey

4/29/2022
To close out this year’s National Minority Health Month, NP Pulse is joined by mentor, nurse motivator, expert critical care nurse practitioner and AANP Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee member Dr. Danielle McCamey. Resources from this episode: aanp.org/national22aanp.org/communitiesaanp.org/DEI Join AANP Today: aanp.org/membership

Duration:00:34:06

54. Hepatitis A Prevention

4/20/2022
The CDC reported an 850% increase in Hepatitis A virus infections from 2014-2018. Nurse practitioners Dr. Audrey Stevenson and Dr. Amanda Chaney join NP Pulse to discuss the importance and means of prevention. Resources from this episode: aanp.org/hepaaanp.org/handouts Join AANP Today: aanp.org/membership

Duration:00:32:12

53. NP Leadership - Going the Extra Mile: CPT James Dickens

4/7/2022
CPT James Dickens shares his experiences as an NP in a leadership role tackling public health emergencies in the U.S. and abroad — including being the officer in charge of the Commissioned Corps Ebola Response Team in West Africa. Resources from this episode: aanp.org/IMPACTaanp.org/leadershipaanp.org/national22 Join AANP Today: aanp.org/membership

Duration:00:36:04

52. NP History: A Look into the Past as a Window to the Future

3/30/2022
Two members of the AANP History Committee, Kim Curry and Ric Ricciardi, join NP Pulse to talk about the rich history of the NP, the importance of preserving it for future generations and two new AANP-funded grant opportunities! Resources from this episode: aanp.org/history-grantsaanp.org/history Join AANP Today: aanp.org/membership

Duration:00:39:33

51. Colorectal Cancer Screening and the NP’s Role

3/23/2022
Colon cancer is the third most commonly occurring cancer and is treatable in about 90% of people with early detection. March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, so today we’re illuminating the NP’s role in helping to make this disease history. Resources from this episode: aanp.org/national22aanp.org/communitiesuspreventiveservicestaskforce.org Join AANP Today: aanp.org/membership

Duration:00:33:33

50. Building an Anti-burnout Work Culture

3/17/2022
Family Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner LeTizia Baxter Smith joins NP Pulse to offer her expertise on the topic of burnout — providing steps that institutions can take to mitigate its negative effects on health care workers. Resources from this episode: aanp.org/NPwellnessaanp.org/national22 Join AANP Today: aanp.org/membership

Duration:00:35:14

49. AANP Elections: It’s Time to Vote!

3/10/2022
Today we are joined by two past presidents of AANP and the current Chair of the AANP Nominations Council to discuss how you can help shape the future of your association. Voting is open now through March 31, 2022. Resources from this episode: aanp.org/voteaanp.org/candidatesaanp.org/elections Join AANP Today: aanp.org/membership

Duration:00:28:33

48. Combatting COVID-19 Vaccination Myths

3/8/2022
Nurse practitioners Dr. Ruth Carrico and Dr. Hudson Garrett join NP Pulse to discuss common reasons for vaccine hesitancy in patient populations and ways that NPs can combat the myths and misunderstandings. Resources from this episode: aanp.org/CEaanp.org/eventsaanp.org/covid-19 Join AANP Today: aanp.org/membership

Duration:00:58:52

47. The Rich Black History of Nursing

2/14/2022
Do you know about Mary Mahoney, the first professionally trained Black nurse in the United States? What about nursing education pioneer Lillian Holland Harvey? Dr. Irene Bean talks about the rich history of Black nursing trailblazers. Resources from this episode: aanp.org/eventsaanp.org/ceaanp.org/diversity Join AANP Today: aanp.org/membership

Duration:00:34:14

46. Biosimilars: Changing the Treatment Landscape for Inflammatory Conditions

1/26/2022
NPs Lisa Kennedy Sheldon and Sharon Dudley Brown discuss how biosimilars can enrich treatment options for patients with inflammatory diseases, such as RA, psoriatic arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, Crohn's disease and more. Resources from this episode: aanp.org/educationaanp.org/practice Join AANP Today: join.aanp.org

Duration:00:46:11

45. Human Trafficking: The NP’s Role

1/19/2022
Up to 88% of persons exploited by trafficking are seen by a health care provider without being identified as victims. Dr. Jessica Peck, an NP expert in human trafficking education for health care providers, discusses the NP’s role in trafficking. Resources from this episode: aanp.org/educationaanp.org/hpcaanp.org/national Join AANP Today: aanp.org/membership

Duration:00:33:35

44. The Deans Series: Vincent Guilamo-Ramos, Duke University

12/27/2021
The first in a series featuring deans of nursing schools from across the country, NP Pulse welcomes Dean Vincent Guilamo-Ramos of Duke University as we celebrate the leaders who are responsible for making NP education happen! Resources from this episode: aanp.org/hpc22nam.eduduke.edu Join AANP Today: join.aanp.org

Duration:00:46:25

43. Representative Gale Adcock

12/18/2021
Gale Adcock is a family nurse practitioner of more than 36 years and has served 14 years in the North Carolina House of Representatives. Today she shares her story and offers insight into why nurse practitioners make such great elected officials. Resources from this episode: aanp.org/HPC22aanp.org/advocacy Join AANP Today: aanp.org/membership

Duration:00:32:41

42. Overcoming Racial Disparities in Obesity

12/8/2021
Obesity affects racial and ethnic groups at various rates. Today, Physician Assistant Karli Burridge, Nurse Practitioner Sam Christensen and Dr. Fatima Cody Standford offer their insights and suggestions for overcoming racial disparities in obesity. Resources from this episode: aanp.org/cecenteraanp.org/practiceaanp.org/communities Join AANP Today: aanp.org/membership This podcast is supported by an educational grant from Novo Nordisk.

Duration:00:59:28

41. NP Leadership - Going the Extra Mile: Britney Broyhill

11/12/2021
In the final episode in our 2021 NP Week series on nurse practitioner leaders, we are joined by Britney Broyhill, a trauma NP, leader in NP development and Sr. Director of Advanced Practice at Atrium Health. Resources from this episode: aanp.org/npwextraaanp.org/npweek

Duration:00:37:28

40. NP Leadership - Going the Extra Mile: Michelle Edwards

11/11/2021
Michelle Edwards serves as the first ever Chief Experience Officer at Providence, one of the nation’s largest health systems. Today she speaks about this position and the importance of following your passion and convictions throughout your career. Resources from this episode: aanp.org/npwextraaanp.org/npweek

Duration:00:39:41

39. NP Leadership - Going the Extra Mile: Jennifer Wilbeck

11/10/2021
Today the focus turns to leadership in NP organizations. Jennifer Wilbeck has over twenty years of experience in emergency health and is currently the Executive Director for the American Academy of Emergency Nurse Practitioners (AAENP). Resources from this episode: aanp.org/npwextraaanp.org/communitiesaanp.org/npweek

Duration:00:34:28

38. NP Leadership - Going the Extra Mile: Beth Haney

11/9/2021
Today we welcome the 2020 Mayor and current Councilperson for the city of Yorba Linda, CA, nurse practitioner Beth Haney. Dr. Haney will share her unique journey into local public service and provide tips for NPs looking to follow suit. Resources from this episode: aanp.org/npwextranpjournal.orgaanp.org/npweek

Duration:00:31:29