With soaring demand for mental health services, the nation needs the psychiatric/mental health nurse practitioner (PMHNPs) role more than ever.
The number of nurses with doctoral degrees, like the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree, has doubled since 2010. As more of your colleagues progress to a doctorate, you may be wondering whether the DNP degree is right for you.
For nurses who currently have an associate degree and would like to become an NP, an Associate Degree in Nursing to Master of Science in Nursing (RN to MSN) program offers many benefits.
Recent evaluations of the nursing profession show there is an ongoing shortage of registered nurses (RNs) in the United States. If you have thought about moving into nursing as a career, consider an Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing (ABSN) program.
If getting an MSN degree meant an increase in professional autonomy, income and career mobility, would you be interested?
Family nurse practitioners (FNPs) 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.