Advanced practice providers (APPs) such as advanced practice nurses (APNs)/nurse practitioners (NPs) and physician assistants (PAs) can significantly enhance a urologic or sexual medicine practice. According to the results of the 2018 National Survey of Demographics and Clinical Roles in Urology, 72.5% of urologists have used the services of an APP in their practice.
Join us on Wednesday, November 3 for the Residents Arena, at which the 10 best scoring abstracts submitted by residents to the 22nd Annual Fall Scientific Meeting of SMSNA will be presented by the residents. The 3 best presentations, based on a combination of audience vote (50%) and judges’ scores (50%), will each win $1,000!
Often, health care professionals provide soon-to-be parents with a surfeit of information on what to expect during a pregnancy. However, once the baby is born, the flow of information pertaining to the parents’ health tends to fall off as the attention generally shifts to the well-being of the newborn.