Advanced Practice Nursing

Health Disparities and Human Papillomavirus Vaccination: Research Findings and Implications for Pediatric Nurses in Advanced Practice

Determine the predictors and correlates of HPV vaccination among girls and boys ages 9 to 13 living in rural Georgia to determine intervention points to increase HPV vaccination knowledge in areas where health disparities exist and HPV vaccine rates are extremely low.

Increasing Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccination in Boys: Reducing Health Disparities through Advanced Pediatric Nursing Practice

The purpose of the study was to examin parents' knowlege of HPV and predictors of Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination for their sons ages 9 to 13.

Role preparation for advanced practice nursing: Practicing consultation and collaboration skills

Nurse educators are charged with ensuring that graduates are well prepared to function in the context of an ever-evolving and increasingly complex health care environment. Professional consultation and collaboration skills have been identified as necessary for the advanced practice nurse, yet teaching such skills can be a challenge. In 1995, the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) first identified communication, collaboration, and consultation as essential content in the advanced practice nursing curriculum.

Blueprint for Development of the Advanced Practice Psychiatric Nurse Workforce

The mental health system is inefficient and ineffective in providing behavioral health care services to the 1 in 4 Americans who have a mental illness or a substance abuse problem. Current health care reform initiatives present a significant opportunity for advanced practice psychiatric nurses-psychiatric mental health (APRN-PMH) to develop action-oriented recommendations for developing their workforce and thereby increasing access to high-quality and full-spectrum behavioral health care services.

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