Advanced Practice Clinicians Section 2014 []

Survey Results & Analysis
American College Health Association
Advanced Practice Clinicians Section
Needs Assessment
Spring 2014 . The results analysis includes answers from all respondents who took the survey in the 81 day period
from Monday, April 21, 2014 to Friday, July 11, 2014. 96 completed responses were received to the survey during this
American College Health Association
Advanced Practice Clinicians Section
Needs Assessment
Spring 2014
Author: ACHA
What best describes your role in college health?
Other Responses:
Nursing Administration and NP
How many years have you worked in college health?
How many years have you been an advanced practice clinician?
How often do you attend the ACHA Annual Meeting?
What factors affect your decision to attend the ACHA Annual Meeting? (select all that apply)
Other Responses:
Not enough Clinical CEU's
I am executive editor of JACH
times with my spouse's annual meeting (ACSM)
I love it!
for continuing education credits
Affiliate board member
time of year. The end of May is an exceptionally busy time of year for our program
What format to you prefer for topic presentations?
Other Responses:
combination of lecture/case studies for most information
Lecture still works for me, integrating case studies and such
combination of case and lecture
I like variety
like all three types
Practice related topics of interest for the ACHA Annual Meeting. Select and rank your top 10 choices.
Please write in any additional specific topics you might like to see offered.
Managing new ADHD/ADD on a college campus. Who diagnoses, what documentation is required for dx, medication management
allergy injections/management
management issues for the np/director
Menningococcal Disease
Hormonal contraception contraindications Concussion assessment EENT infections and antibiotic use: current recommendations
ANCC intention to eliminate ANP and FNP roles
Possibly hands on workshops on suturing & I & D's and digital blocks.
Dermatology rashes, common presentations From Question 7 list I could have selected 5-8 more topics of interest
men's health birth control STI treatment updates
Sports physicals, heart murmurs benign vs. requiring a follow up in college students/athletes
choosing the "right" OCP
tropical diseases
Do you have any interest in preconference workshops/topics?
Comment Responses:
procedural lab
Hands on musculoskeletal assessment
More Pharmacology
GYN for the PC provider
director hot topic section (not new directors)
quality improvement
office procedures
suturing, xray interpretation
How do you feel the Advanced Practice Clinician section can better serve your membership participation?
Newsletter with college-health specific case presentations.
Nurse Managed Health Centers
Have monthly meetings.
offer more pharmacology credits
Teleconference continuing education opportunities
I feel that I am well represented/served by our relatively new section.
Probably, but we're all pretty stretched out so it's not critical to my continued participation in ACHA
Interaction with the ANCC Efforts to attract PA's to the APC Section
Useful and practical information on list serv
Networking to find out how other APCs practice, how other clinics function, etc.
Need more involvement from the membership.
I think you are doing a good job.
Unsure. I wish some programs were repeated; strategically that would be difficult.
quality programming is great.
Continue to insure that timely, relevant topics are offered at the conference
If you know of any providers (yourself?) or other speakers for any topic of interest (for presentations or workshops) please list their name
and contact information. Or, submit to the APC Program Planner for next year.
Ann Clifton, ANP-BC, CNO [email protected]
Trudy Scott, CN Book Anti Anxiety Food Solution Don't have number She is in Sacramento, CA
I would be interested in presenting on mind/body practices for stress management for college students. Nancy Baker PhD ANP-BC
[email protected]
Dr. Sandra Brown - health informatics
Dr. Robt. M. Pascuzzi, IU School of Medicine, Chair, Dept. of Neurology, 2012 presented at Bloomington IN "10 Neurological Diagnosis
You Can't Afford to Miss", contact info: Goodman Hall,Suite 4700 355 W. 16th Street Indianapolis, IN 46202 Phone: 317-948-5450
HPV vaccine awareness and programs to increase vaccine rates- Kim Daly Salem State University, email [email protected]
Do not know personally; have attended his STD updates, excellent presenter. John F. Toney, MD, FACP, FIDSA Professor of Medicine,
Division of Infectious Disease & International Medicine Director, START Program (Sexually Transmitted Awareness, Research, and
Training) Director of Epidemiology, James A. Haley VA Hospital Director of Clinical Research, Infectious and Tropical Diseases Section,
Medical Service, James A. Haley VA Hospital Contact Information E-Mail: [email protected] Phone: (813) 972-2000 ext 6184 FAX:
(813) 978-5983 BIO: Education Fellowship, Infectious Disease, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL Residency, Internal Medicine, USF
MD, Marshall University, Huntingon, WV