The development screening behaviors, skills, facilitators, and constraints of family nurse practitioners in primary care
Patricia A. Gellasch, PhD, College of Nursing, Villanova University, Villanova, Pennsylvania, USA
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Most FNPs are not using standardized methods of developmental screening. This study serves as a foundation to devising developmental screening recommendations for FNPs in primary care. There is a need for additional education on pediatric development and practice with validated developmental screening tools.
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