For nurses who currently have an associate degree and would like to become an N.P., an Associate Degree in Nursing to Master of Science in Nursing (R.N. to M.S.N.) program offers many benefits.
Recent evaluations of the nursing profession show there is an ongoing shortage of registered nurses (R.N.s) in the United States. If you have thought about moving into nursing as a career, consider an Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing (A.B.S.N.) program.
If getting an M.S.N. degree meant an increase in professional autonomy, income and career mobility, would you be interested?
Family nurse practitioners (F.N.P.s) have a multifaceted role as healthcare providers and educators. Especially during uncertain times, family nurse practitioners can use patient education to improve awareness and treatment effectiveness.
Adult-gerontology is the third most popular specialty for nurse practitioners. We explore what you need to know about becoming an adult gerontology nurse practitioner in primary care.
Epidemics have led to sharp increases in demand for the specialized role of the psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner. For nurses considering this expanding area of healthcare, this post explores the question: what does a psychiatric nurse practitioner do?