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Complexity of the Evaluation and Diagnosis of Pulmonary Hypertension

Complexity of the Evaluation and Diagnosis of Pulmonary Hypertension   Pulmonary hypertension is a rare condition, and even rarer is pulmonary arterial […]

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Review of CHEST’s E-Learning Library

I just got back from the CHEST annual meeting and I can say that it was by far the best conference I […]

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The Development of a Pulmonary NP Fellowship

The Development of a Pulmonary NP Fellowship “Why is Rachel seeing that patient…they don’t have asthma?!”Ding, ding, ding…have you ever had a […]

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A day in the life of a Transplant NP

Nurse practitioners are well positioned to provide consistent, quality care to those with chronic illnesses, and lung transplant medicine is no exception.  […]

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Advance Care Planning: What you need to know about getting paid

Advance Care Planning: What you need to know about getting paid Health care professionals are well suited to have end-of-life discussions and […]

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Moral Injury – an NPs Tale

by Laura Kinkade, MS, RN, AG-ACNP “Moral injury is the damage done to one’s conscience or moral compass when that person perpetrates, […]

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Just Breathe

Just Breathe …   Hello everyone. This is my inaugural blog. I’m Katie Rosen,  a nurse practitioner in the Interstitial Lung Disease […]

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F(%@$)NP, I have to go back to school for my ACNP!?

I’m back in school, again. I hesitated telling friends, family members, and colleagues that I am again going back to school for […]

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Burnout: Going Beyond Mindfulness to Interprofessional & Policy Solutions

Burnout: Going Beyond Mindfulness to Interprofessional & Policy Solutions Open your email, an academic journal, or even a newspaper, and you will […]

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