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Video: Gender disparities in ADHD a cultural, clinical focus

2 monthes ago   |   By Healio

In this video, Pamela Wall, PhD, PMHNP, FAANP, clinical associate professor at the University of New Hampshire Department of Nursing, discussed a presentation she gave at the American Psychiatric Nurses Association Annual Conference.
Wall presented on the gender differences in the diagnoses of ADHD, specifically the presentation of ADHD in women, which shows a significant disparity in the cultural views and implicit bias towards ADHD.
“I felt that it was really important to introduce those concepts on those platforms so we could be more aware... identifying ADHD in both males and females
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Video: Communication, personal connections crucial to post-pandemic practices

Video: Communication, personal connections crucial to post-pandemic practices

2 monthes ago   |   By Healio

In this video, Pamela Wall, PhD, PMHNP, FAANP, clinical associate professor at the University of New Hampshire Department of Nursing, discussed the importance of maintaining in-person connections at the American Psychiatric Nurses Association Annual Conference.
Wall stressed that communicating between programs and practices on the changing landscape of the practice and academic communities is crucial in the post-pandemic world, along with navigating new NLN competencies.
“I think we can learn from each other in how to find innovative ways to manage those competencies in these different
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