Comparison of Professional Roles Between Urologic Nurses, Advanced Practice Providers, and Therapists Who Provide Continence Care: Results of a Cross-Sectional Survey
Continence care is a subspecialty with overlapping disciplinary roles. This is the first survey comparing practice characteristics, roles, and activities among urologic nurses, advanced practice providers, and physical/occupational therapists. Results can be used to promote nurses' roles in this subspecialty.
Advanced Practice Nurses -- Aged 80 and Over, Catheter Care, Certification, Chi Square Test, Child, Adult, Continence Advisors, Convenience Sample, Cross Sectional Studies, Descriptive Statistics, Continuing Education (Credit), Continuing Education Nursing, Drug Therapy Incontinence, Surgery Incontinence, Kegel Exercises, Life Style Changes, Middle Age, Physical Therapists, Professional Role, Questionnaires, Scope of Nursing Practice, Surveys, Urologic Nursing
Talley, K. M., Wyman, J. F., Berry, A., & Newman, D. K. (2022). Comparison of Professional Roles Between Urologic Nurses, Advanced Practice Providers, and Therapists Who Provide Continence Care: Results of a Cross-Sectional Survey. UROL NURS, 42 (4), 165-176. https://doi.org/10.7257/2168-4626.2022.42.4.165