Tag: Nurse Practitioner (NP)
Nursing remains to be an excellent career choice according to the US News’s annual career rankings for 2019—with registered nurses coming in at #19 and some nursing specialties much higher.
The unprofessional nature of a notice about a physician’s resignation, which was posted on the door of a clinic on January 23, was brought to the attention of the media by one of his patients
Nurse practitioners are nurses who have at least a Master’s degree as well as certification which allows them to practice beyond the usual scope of registered nurses.
With nurse practitioners coming in at fourth place in the U.S. News.com rankings of 'The Best 100 Jobs in America' and registered nurses at 18th place, you can be assured that a career in nursing holds excellent prospects for the future.
Over the past decade, the use of nurse practitioners (NP’s) in primary care has grown considerably, especially in underserved rural areas.
Around 234,000 nurse practitioners (NP’s) in the United States are providing vital health care services, particularly in the field of primary health care.
We compiled a list of 10 nursing specialties that a nurse wants to enter, so take a pick and see where it might take you.
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This article will just give an overview on their average salary range, the requirements that needs to be accomplished, as well as the variety of patients that they will encounter in these roles.
We've come up with the list of the top 15 highest paying nursing jobs and careers based on their average annual salaries.