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Terri Heimann Oppenheimer By: Terri Heimann Oppenheimer
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How to Become a Nurse Practitioner (NP)

Medically reviewed by Chaunie Brusie, RN, BSN Part One What is a Nurse Practitioner (NP)? A Nurse Practitioner (NP) is an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) that has completed the …

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How to Become an Aesthetic/Cosmetic Nurse

Medically reviewed by Chaunie Brusie, BSN, RN Nurses make a difference in people’s lives in many different ways, and that’s just as true for an aesthetic or cosmetic nurse. In …

Kathleen Gaines By: Kathleen Gaines
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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 …

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. …

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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 …

Nurse.org Staff By: Nurse.org Staff
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How to Become a Trauma Nurse

Part One What Is a Trauma Nurse? Trauma nurses care for people with critical, often life-threatening injuries. They are some of the first responders of the emergency department (ED) team …

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How to Become a Dermatology Nurse

In addition to the aesthetic benefits of good skin, the field of dermatology is incredibly important to a patient's overall health because the skin is the largest organ in the …

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How to Become a Wound Care Nurse

Wound care nurses (WOC nurses) bring their skills and techniques together to heal patients both physically and mentally. Nurses who decide to become certified in wound care are entering an …

Kathleen Gaines By: Kathleen Gaines
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Clinical Nurse Instructor Career Guide

Part One What is a Clinical Nurse Instructor? Clinical nurse instructors, otherwise known as adjunct faculty in academia, are Registered Nurses that teach the clinical component of a didactic course. …

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