Managing Anxiety in Primary Care for New Nurse Practitioners

Managing anxiety in primary care is super common, but especially now during the pandemic quarantine.

In this video, you’ll learn:

  • When it’s anxiety… and when it’s not
  • How to assess symptoms, history and the best tools to make it faster and easier
  • The step-by-step to manage anxiety, and what to do if it’s not working. There’s SO much I could say about anxiety and mental health, let me know what questions you have or topics you want to hear more about.

Check it out here & grab your cheat sheet down below the video 👇

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    5 thoughts on “Managing Anxiety in Primary Care for New Nurse Practitioners”

    1. Michael, FNP-BC

      Thank you so much for this! Managing anxiety in primary care always gave me anxiety myself. This made me feel a lot more sure of myself and what I was doing for patients.

      1. Oh good!! Yes, it’s totally stressful trying to manage psych care as a family provider. I’m so glad 🙂

    2. Your tutorials are concise and perfect for my needs right now as a new NP needing quick refreshers. Thank you!

    3. Hi,
      I tried to get your anxiety mgmt cheat sheet, gave my email address and everything, and received a Hep C cheat sheet.
      Great, but not what I need. Could you please send me the anxiety cheat sheet?
      Thanks so much!!

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