Publications

There is a growing body of peer-reviewed literature relevant to post-graduate training programs. You can find some such literature organized chronologically here.

  • Dunphy, L., Flinter, M., & Simmonds, K. The Primary Care Nurse Practitioner. Chapter 15, pp374-405, in Advanced Practice Nursing; authors Tracy, Mary Fran and Eileen O’Grady. 6th Edition. Elsevier, 2019
  • Blasi, P. R., Cromp, D., McDonald, S., Hsu, C., Coleman, K., Flinter, M., & Wagner, E. H. (2018). Approaches to Behavioral Health Integration at High Performing Primary Care Practices. The Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine31(5), 691-701.
  • Flinter, M. and Bamrick, K.  Ed. Kathleen Thies. (2018) Training the Next Generation: Residency and Fellowship Programs for Nurse Practitioners in Community Health Centers. Accessible for PDF download at: https://www.weitzmaninstitute.org/NPResidencyBook .
  • Flinter, M., & Hart, A. (2017). Thematic elements of the postgraduate residency year and transition to the role of primary care provider in a federally qualified health center. Journal of Nursing Education and Practice, 7(1).
  • Flinter, M., Hsu, C., Cromp, D., & Wagner, E. (2017). Registered Nurses in Ambulatory Care. Emerging new roles and contributions to team-based care. Journal of Ambulatory Care Management40(4), 287-296.
  • Naegle, M., Mitchell, A.M., & Flinter, M. (2017). Opioid Misuse Epidemic: Addressing opioid prescribing and organizational initiatives for holistic, safe, and compassionate care. Nursing Outlook.
  • Delaney, K., Naegle, M., & Flinter, M. (2016). Critical workforce issues for registered and advanced practice nurses in integrated care models. Nursing Outlook.
  • Bush, T., Lowery, B. (2016) Post Graduate Nurse Practitioner Education: Impact on Job Satisfaction The Journal for Nurse Practitioners. 12 (4). 226-234.
  • Flinter, M; Hart A. (2016). Thematic Elements of postgraduate NP residency year and transition to the primary care provider role in a Federally Qualified Health Center. Journal of Nursing Education and Practice 7(1) 95-106
  • Norwick, R. (2016) Family Nurse Practitioner Residency for Recruitment and Retention. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners, 12(5), e231-e233.
  • Rugen, K.W., Speroff, E., Zapatka, S., & Brienza, R. (2016) Veteran’s Affairs Interprofessional Nurse Practitioner Residency in Primary Care: A Competency-based Program. The Journal for Nursing Practitioners, 12 (6),
    e267-e273.
  • Sciacca, K. & Reville, B. (2016) . Evaluation of Nurse Practitioners Enrolled in Fellowship and Residency Programs: Methods and Trends. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners, 12 (6), 75-80.
  • Wilcox, M. A., Broyhill, B. H., Taylor, D. A., & Williamson, S. B. (2015). The lifecycle of the advanced clinical practitioner. Nurse Leader13(2), 27-30.
  • Ladden M. D., Bodenheimer, T., Fishman N. W., Flinter, M., Hsu, C., Parchman, M., & Wagner, E.H. (2013). The Emerging Primary Care Workforce.  Preliminary Observations from the “Primary Care Team:  Learning from Effective Ambulatory Practices” Project.  Academic Medicine88(12), 1830-4.
  • From New Nurse Practitioner to Primary Care Provider: Bridging the Transition through FQHC-Based Residency Training
  • M Flinter – OJIN: The Online Journal of Issues in Nursing, 2011. gm6.nursingworld.org.
  • Goudreau, K. A., Ortman, M. I., Moore, J. D., Aldredge, L., Helland, M. K., Fernandes, L. A., & Gibson, S. (2011). A nurse practitioner residency pilot program: a journey of learning. Journal of Nursing Administration41(9), 382-387.
  • Flinter, M.; Swan, T. Report to the Connecticut General Assembly; Achieving the goals of universal access and transformation healthcare. Submitted February 24, 2009.
  • FQHC Based Residency for Nurse Practitioners:  A Service Perspective. On-Line Journal of Issues in Nursing. September, 2005 
  • Flinter, M., (2005). Residency Programs for Primary Care Nurse Practitioners in Federally Qualified Health Centers: A Service Perspective. Online Journal of Issues in Nursing, 10 (3), 5.
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