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Thursday, August 13, 2020

Physician Assistants

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Surprising Ways Quarantine Affects Migraine

While the COVID-19 quarantine is making most people feel anxious, people with migraine may notice that their symptoms are less severe. Some even report fewer attacks and less pain...
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Why Are 1 in 10 Heart Surgery Patients Prescribed Opioids Still Taking them 3 Months Later?

Almost 10% of patients who are on prescription opioid medications after heart surgery continue to use opioids more than 90 days after their operation, according to a...

Should Volunteers be Intentionally Infected with COVID-19 to Develop a Vaccine?

Scientists around the world have been working at a breakneck pace to bring a COVID-19 vaccine to fruition, sooner rather than later. As of mid-June, more than 160 potential...
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When Does Migraine Raise Risk of Ischemic Stroke?

Patients with migraine with aura (MWA) have a higher risk of stroke, according to a new review of the current research, which also suggests that a subset of auras...
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Diversity in Healthcare: What You Need to Know Right Now

A lack of diversity among healthcare workers hurts professionals and patients alike. One nurse offers her perspective on the issue and how the industry can do better.
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7 Creative and Free Ways for RNs, APRNs, and PAs to Keep Up CEUs

CEUs come in classroom-style trainings, paid courses, conferences, and other unique and creative formats for every kind of learner.

Pursuing More Education as a PA — Is It Worth It?

What are the benefits of pursuing a master's degree or doctorate as a PA? The answer will reflect the current state of your career and overall goals.

Physician Assistant, Nurse Practitioner Professions See Unparalleled Growth in Recent Years

Lately, PAs and NPs have been regularly ranked among the best jobs in the country — and it looks like it's starting to catch on!

6 Ways to Manage a Migraine at Work

Healthcare providers have a significantly higher risk of migraine than the general population, and nurses have the highest migraine risk of all HCPs, according to a nationwide,...

Managing Compassion Fatigue in the Age of COVID-19

Healthcare professionals with the heaviest COVID-19 workloads are at a high risk for both physical and mental health issues, according to a new study in the Journal...
creating a culture of trust

Diversity in Healthcare: What You Need to Know Right Now

A lack of diversity among healthcare workers hurts professionals and patients alike. One nurse offers her perspective on the issue and how the industry can do better.
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4 Ways to Boost Your Heart Health as a Health Professional

High stress, break room snacks, and limited time and energy to exercise are just some of the occupational (heart) hazards that HCPs face.

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