Denise Schentrup serves as clinical director and lead nurse practitioner of Archer Family Health Care, the UF College of Nursing’s nurse-led clinic. She maintains a clinical practice as a family nurse practitioner and provides quality, affordable care to individuals and families of the small, rural town of Archer, Florida, and surrounding rural areas. She also serves as the College of Nursing’s associate dean for clinical affairs, providing oversight to faculty practice initiatives, teaching in the clinical setting as a preceptor for adult and family nurse practitioner students and leading Doctor of Nursing Practice students in their capstone projects. Schentrup is a fellow in the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners and a board member of the National Association of Rural Health Clinics.
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Denise Schentrup: Don’t forget about rural health needs
Gainesville Sun online
This has been an historic year for many reasons, not the least of which being because the World Health Organization designated it the Year of the Nurse and Midwife. This designation could not come at a more appropriate time, as nurses this year have been key to combating the coronavirus worldwide.
Expanded Telehealth Has Provided a Boost for Rural America. Will It Last?
U.S. News online
For example, in Archer, Florida – a town of 1,000 people near Gainesville – the Archer Family Health Care clinic typically sees about 6,000 patients per year, and its visits have been roughly halved in the last two months, says Denise Schentrup, the practice's clinical director. Until CMS recently announced it would pay rural health clinics $92 per telehealth visit, the clinic was providing care without knowing how it would be reimbursed – a challenge given rural health clinics already operate on thin margins.
Towards implementing SNOMED CT in nursing practice: A scoping reviewInternational Journal of Medical Informatics
Currently, it is rare for nursing data to be available in data repositories due to the quality of nursing data collected in clinical practice. To improve the quality of nursing data, the American Nurses Association recommends the use of Systematized Nomenclature of Medicine Clinical Terms (SNOMED CT) for coding nursing problems, interventions, and observations in electronic health records.
Evaluation of Functional Outcomes for Adult Patients After Distal Radius Fracture Treated With Volar Plate Fixation Versus Nonsurgical CareJournal of Trauma Nursing
Distal radius fractures are one of the most common fractures patients experience. Although there are a variety of treatments, there is a lack of standardization as it relates to treatment of such fractures. The purpose of this study was to compare treatment outcomes between surgical and nonsurgical care of distal radius fractures to inform evidence-based guidelines for the management of distal radius fractures.
Recognizing and Diagnosing Abdominal MigrainesJournal of Pediatric Health Care
Abdominal migraine affects 1% to 4% of children and is a variant of migraine headaches. Onset is seen most often between the ages of 7 to 12 years, with girls affected more often than boys. Presenting symptoms include acute incapacitating non-colicky periumbilical abdominal pain that lasts for 1 or more hours. Pallor, anorexia, nausea, vomiting, photophobia, or headache may be associated with the episodes, and a family history of migraine headaches often is noted.
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- Gainesville community’s Safety Net Collaborative : Member
- Rural Health Partnership Board of Directors : Vice President