Advanced Practice Voices

Advanced Practice Voices

In this section, nurse practitioners, pharmacists, physician assistants, and other advanced practice providers discuss issues specific to their practices – from implementing quality improvement initiatives to staying up-to-date in the latest hematologic advances.

APs Take the Lead in Achieving Programmatic Goals: Part Two

Advanced practitioners (APs) are uniquely positioned within their practices to implement change, and make sure that the changes stick. ASH Clinical News Associate Editor...

APs Take the Lead in Achieving Programmatic Goals: Part One

Advanced practitioners (APs) are uniquely positioned within their practices to implement change, and make sure that the changes stick. ASH Clinical News’ Associate Editor...

Trials and Tribulations

Clinical inquiry is the backbone of drug development and expansion of therapeutic options. The conduct of clinical trials is an arduous process requiring a...

The Agile Advanced Practitioner

In this edition, ASH Clinical News Associate Editor Sandy Kurtin, PhD, ANP-C, AOCN, offers advice for promoting interprofessional agility to keep pace with an...

Supporting Self Education

Here, Jayshree Shah, AOCNP, RN, FNP-C, MSN, describes the importance of self-education and how her role as a nurse educator has changed during the...

Help Me Help You

Laura Zitella, RN, ACNP-BC, AOCN, and Carrie Peterson, DNP, RN, AGNP-c, share advice for creating a successful, long-lasting mentor-mentee relationship.How do you work together?...

Status Update: Shared Decision-Making in Hematology

In this edition, ASH Clinical News Associate Editor Beth Faiman, CNP, PhD, describes the role of shared decision-making in a patient-centered encounter. Most people have...

Bringing Cancer Center Expertise to Rural Hospitals

Kevin Brigle, PhD, ANP, describes an outreach program that provides rural communities with access to cancer treatment.For the past 15 years, I have run...

Partners in Care: Palliative Care and Hematology

My nursing career began on a dedicated inpatient unit at Cedars-Sinai, caring for patients with HIV/AIDS at the tail end of the AIDS epidemic....

Biosimilars in Hematology: A Work in Progress

Recently, I was reviewing editorial content for ASH Clinical News, when I came across an article covering the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA’s)...
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