As a nurse practitioner (NP) student, I remember asking my only physician preceptor, widely respected, why he accepted NP students knowing he did not receive monetary compensation. He responded with his own question: “What is the first-line treatment for polycystic ovarian syndrome?” “Weight loss,” I answered. He smiled and said, “That’s why. Most residents I ask say metformin.”
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Cullen L, Hanrahan K, Farrington MM, Tucker SJ, Edmonds S. Evidence-Based Practice in Action. 2nd ed. Sigma Theta Tau International.
Jayne Jennings Dunlap, DNP, FNP-BC, is an assistant professor at Texas Woman's University Houston Center, Houston, TX. Dr. Dunlap can be contacted at [email protected]
Published online: February 10, 2023
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