Gwendolyn Hooper, PhD, APRN
Stress is part of life, and urology nurses are no exception
SUNA President Gwendolyn Hooper, PhD, APRN, asked a few colleagues to share their urology nursing stressors.
Men’s health issues often extend beyond the physical
"Urology providers and caregivers can serve as the primary venue for positively impacting both the psychological and physical components of men’s health as men trust us with their most intimate and personal issues of life," writes SUNA President Gwendolyn Hooper, PhD, APRN.
Teamwork essential if oral PCa agents are used in office setting
"The nurse practitioner, nurse, and other ancillary providers who make up the urology team are an essential and valuable asset in the consideration of adding oral androgen receptor inhibitors into the office setting," writes Gwendolyn Hooper, PhD, APRN.
Older drug, versatile clinicians may help IC/PBS patients
“It may be that urologists need to rely more on their internal medicine instincts to find new ways to treat conditions such as IC/PBS,” writes SUNA President Gwendolyn Hooper, PhD, APRN.
VA rule on APRNs places veterans’ health first
“The evidence is clear: Not only can APRNs practice independently, they can do so effectively and without sacrificing quality of care,” writes SUNA President Gwendolyn Hooper, PhD, APRN.