Working with APPs: Best practices from a successful practice

Concepcion, Raoul S.
August 2015
Urology Times;Aug2015, Vol. 43 Issue 9, p14
The article discusses aspects of incorporating advanced practice providers (APPs) into urology practice. It highlights the success of the author's urology practice with APPs. Topics include an integrated model of urology practice with APPs, APPs role in women's sexual health clinic, and APPs role in men's sexual health clinic.


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