Article Penned by Judge-Ellis Featured in JNP
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:
“This is a new era in primary health care with models of care focused less on number of patients seen per hour to one grounded in both patient satisfaction and outcome-based care. Nurse practitioners (NPs) are well positioned to achieve high marks under such criteria provided they can make the case for what they actually do. Nursing’s profession-based philosophy of care underpins NP practice and contributes to good outcomes.”
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