As November, which serves as National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month, comes to an end, recently released statistics reveal an alarming increase in this disease that would suggest the effort to increase awareness should be a year-round endeavor.
Clinical Associate Professor Tess Judge-Ellis, DNP, ARNP, FAANP, was recently published in The Journal for Nurse Practitioners. The article—“Time and NP Practice: Naming, Claiming, and Explaining the Role of Nurse Practitioners”—was co-authored by former Interim Dean Thad Wilson, PhD, FNP-BC.
The following excerpt is from the article’s abstract:
New collaboration brings theater students into nurse-training scenarios for real-life learning
By Lynn Anderson Davy | Iowa Now | 11/16/2017