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Real World NP Videos & Podcast: Clinical pearls and practice tips so you can learn faster and take the best care of your patients.

Diabetes Case Study in Mentorship for Nurse Practitioners

Jan 18, 2022

So many new grads are most worried about building their clinical knowledge base-- for good reason!

But it’s one thing to prepare for clinical topics-- researching algorithms, choosing the...

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Resistant Hypertension for Nurse Practitioners Part 2

Nov 02, 2021

In Part 2 of our Resistant Hypertension videos, I’m looking at hyperaldosteronism, or high aldosterone levels, as a cause for treatment-resistant hypertension — and an under-recognized...

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Resistant Hypertension - Part 1

Oct 20, 2021

Resistant hypertension is a common chief complaint in primary care clinics. But for new nurse practitioners, there’s a lot to sort through.

Resistant Hypertension in Primary Care

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Weight Loss Medications for New Nurse Practitioners (Part 2)

May 26, 2021

Prescribing weight loss medications in primary care is SUCH a common challenge for new nurse practitioners. It feels like there are so many options and things to keep track of.

This week’s...

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Weight Management Counseling for New Nurse Practitioners

May 19, 2021

Weight management counseling in primary care is such an important skill, and it’s truly the foundation that patients need before we can start addressing weight loss medications.

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Patient Case Review LIVE - Complex Diabetes after Hospital Discharge

Jan 07, 2021

This was a case I reviewed with my new grad NP mentee recently, that was complicated on SO many levels and unfortunately happens quite a bit.

It's a patient case where it's not just about the...

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Diabetes Management for New Nurse Practitioners

Jul 21, 2020

Diabetes management is the bread and butter of primary care. Why is it so hard to get a handle on blood sugar levels that are out of range?

First, there’s the meds. SO many meds.

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Insulin Therapy in Type 2 Diabetes | New Nurse Practitioners

May 26, 2020

In primary care, diabetes is an extremely common chronic condition. Often times, when patients' A1Cs are still out of range, we need to start insulin-- even if we'd prefer they'd see endocrine.

An...

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High TSH Levels: Lab Interpretation for New Grad NPs

Oct 22, 2019

Finding a high TSH on a screening test or when you've ordered it for a fatigue workup is SO common in primary care.

But when do you actually need to treat it? And how?

Diagnosis and Management...

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Hyperglycemia Workup for New Nurse Practitioners

Sep 24, 2019

How do you know if someone with a glucose of 500 needs to go to the ER or can be managed outpatient?

Continuing on the lab interpretation series, today's video is all about knowing what to do,...

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