Drug companies have yet to release unpublished data from some clinical trials requested by the ACNP
task force, Regier notes.
Because of decreasing department budgets as well as decreasing numbers of residents in hospitals, the ACNP
has emerged to assist with managing patients who are acutely ill or who have exacerbations of chronic health problems.
Under the provisions of the agreement, the ACNP
advisory board will provide ISI with supplementary direction on the latest developments in the psychopharmacological community.
students will learn to manage complex patient problems through clinical hands-on experience.
We sent the ACNP
Council a notification of these problems on July 11, 4 days after the Cyberonics press release appeared.
Outcomes sensitive to the ACNP
role were identified from a review of the literature.
From Left: Sheena Ferguson, CNO of UNMHospitals; Katrina Nardini, CNM, CNP; Gloria Doherty, ACNP
, NMNA Board VP; Julianna Koob, lobbyist for CRNAs; Linda Siegle, lobbyist for NMNA, CNMs; Senator Howie C.
by Sheryl Montgomery, DNP, APRN, FNP -BC, ACNP
-BC, BSN, RN Member of PAPIN Committee
Completing their terms on the board were Paula Lusardi, RN, PhD, CCRN, CCNS, Patricia Gonce Morton, RN PhD, ACNP
, FAAN, and Janice Wojcik, RN, MS, CCRN, APRN, BC, ACNPC.
For example, in a cardiology specialty practice, the ACNP
will manage not only acute myocardial infarction and hypertensive crisis, but also focus on lifestyle changes to address coronary risk factors.
Mary Gritzmaker Schira, PhD, ACNP
, APRN, BC, associate clinical professor at the University of Texas School of Nursing, Arlington, has been awarded the Ron Brady Memorial Award for Excellence in Volunteer Leadership and the Nephrology Nurse Educator Award by the American Nephrology Nurses' Association.
The consensus report will be published in the college's journal to solicit comments and must be approved by ACNP
leaders before being considered final, said Dr.