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Kathleen Gaines By: Kathleen Gaines
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How to Become a Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner

Part One What is a Psychiatric Mental-Health Nurse Practitioner? Psychiatric Mental-Health Nurse Practitioners, also known as Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners, are nurse practitioners that specialize in the treatment of mental health. …

Nurse.org Staff By: Nurse.org Staff
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5 Steps to Becoming an Aesthetic Nurse Practitioner

Considering a career as an Aesthetic Nurse Practitioner? You’re not alone! The generous salary, regular hours and comparably less stress than many other nursing specialties make it a really popular …

Kathleen Gaines By: Kathleen Gaines
Guide

How to Become an Acute Care Nurse Practitioner

Part One What is an Acute Care Nurse Practitioner? Acute Care Nurse Practitioners (ACNPs) are advanced practice registered nurses that provide care to patients in acute care and/or hospital settings. …

Kathleen Gaines By: Kathleen Gaines
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How to Become a Women's Health Nurse Practitioner

By: Kathleen Gaines, MSN, BA, RN, CBC A Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner (WHNP) is an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse that specializes in the comprehensive care of women throughout their lives. …

Terri Heimann Oppenheimer By: Terri Heimann Oppenheimer
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How to Become a Nurse Manager

A career as a Nurse Manager carries a great deal of responsibility but can be extremely rewarding. The role of a Nurse Manager, which is similar to a Nurse Administrator, …

Nurse.org Staff By: Nurse.org Staff
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How to Become a Clinical Nurse Leader

The role of a Clinical Nurse Leader is a relatively new one for the nursing profession. It was developed in 2003 as part of a collaborative effort between the American …

Nurse.org Staff By: Nurse.org Staff
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How to Become an Emergency Nurse Practitioner

Though it is hard to imagine, just sixty years ago emergency rooms only existed to provide care for true emergencies and were staffed by doctors and nurses who were willing …

Kathleen Gaines By: Kathleen Gaines
Guide

How to Become a Chief Nursing Officer

A Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) is a top-level, nonclinical, administrative position within a healthcare system. While CNOs no longer work at the bedside, those interested in management but still looking …

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