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NPs get stuck in an infinite loop
Do you hear that noise? It's the AANP clamoring to trick the general public into thinking that patients seen by midlevel nurse practitioners have higher satisfaction and fewer unnecessary emergency room visits. Well, guess what? I'd be pretty goddamn unsatisfied if I went to the emergency department, only saw a
"She need a get off the couch med"
Perhaps in response to our revelatory exposés of idiotic midlevel social media consults, we've noticed a substantial uptick in the number of aforementioned social media consults being nebulously reframed as "case studies" or "asking for a friend"-type questions. Here, we have an example of the latter from "doctorally-prepared" PMHNP
It all looks foreign to me!
On today's episode of "Things you should have learned in school before touching real patients", we have this gem from newly minted family NP Grace Metzger working in primary care in Andrews, NC through Erlanger Health System. Apparently, NP Grace sees "a bunch of derm" even though "it all looks