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Terri Heimann Oppenheimer By: Terri Heimann Oppenheimer
Guide

How to Become a Nurse Practitioner (NP)

Medically reviewed by Chaunie Brusie, RN, BSN on September 20, 2021 Part One What is a Nurse Practitioner (NP)? A Nurse Practitioner (NP) is an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) …

Nurse.org Staff By: Nurse.org Staff
Guide

How to Become an Aesthetic/Cosmetic Nurse

Medically reviewed by Chaunie Brusie, BSN, RN on September 14, 2021 Nurses make a difference in people’s lives in many different ways, and that’s just as true for an aesthetic …

Nurse.org Staff By: Nurse.org Staff
Education

Master’s in Nursing (MSN) Guide

Medically reviewed by Kathleen Gaines, MSN, RN, BA, CBC on 12/14/2021 Are you considering getting your Masters's in nursing? A Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) degree can open the …

Kathleen Gaines By: Kathleen Gaines
Guide

What is Nursing Informatics?

Part One What is Nursing Informatics? Informatics nurses are registered nurses (RNs) who work at the intersection of technology and nursing. Nursing informatics is a specialty of nursing that combines …

Chaunie Brusie By: Chaunie Brusie
Industry

Top 5 Cheap, Fast, Online MSN Programs

If you’re looking to further your education or advance your career with a master’s degree in nursing, chances are, you’re probably curious if an online degree could be right for …

Nurse.org Staff By: Nurse.org Staff
Healthcare

Medical Billing and Coding Salary Overview

Medically reviewed by Kathleen Gaines, MSN, RN, BA, CBC The median average medical billing and coding salary is $45,240 per year or $21.75 per hour according to the Bureau of …

Kathleen Gaines By: Kathleen Gaines
Education

Top 10 Online RN to BSN Programs 2022

What is an RN to BSN Online Program? An RN to BSN program is a program for nurses who have either their Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) or, less commonly, …

Danielle LeVeck By: Danielle LeVeck
Stories

What Is a DNP and Is It Worth It?

What is a DNP? The Doctor of Nursing Practice degree, or DNP, is referred to as a terminal degree in nursing because there is no higher level of education available …

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