Paediatric Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner
– With the rapid career advancement programs around, it is really a common question for a registered nurse to ask himself or herself why is it necessary to get such certification. There are a number of benefits that can be attained through specializations, aside from a different work set-up and responsibilities, registered nurses are compensation more than the usual rate of a registered nurse. Most of the administration and employers give a bigger weight on the papers and certification accomplished by a registered nurse….
Advanced Nursing Practice
– This paper will evaluate the local, national and international drivers that have influenced the development of advanced nursing practice. The discussion will include the political, economic, social, and technological influences that have contributed to the transformation from the traditional nursing role to the numerous exciting advanced level career opportunities achievable in nursing today. Dynamics that have shaped my own current advanced nursing role will be discussed and to conclude some thoughts on the future of advanced nursing practice….
Patients Acceptance of Nurse Practitioners
– Nursing is a broad field with limitless possibilities; one of those possibilities included is a nurse practitioner. A nurse practitioner is an advanced practice nurse that is capable of furthering care for patients. Nurse practitioners are able to see and treat their own patients, plus be a part of collaborative care. When patients visit the physician’s office, most are now being treated only by a nurse practitioner and may never actually see a physician. Although Nurse Practitioners are highly capable and educated to administer care to patients in all settings; patients are becoming unwilling and somewhat reluctant to be seen by anyone but a physician….
The Path to Becoming a Nurse Practitioner
– … A few health care settings that NPs work in include cardiology, emergency, family practice, geriatrics, neonatology, nephrology, oncology, pediatrics, primary care, school health, and women’s health. Within these settings, the NP may work in clinics without doctor supervision or they can work together with doctors to form a joint health care team. As far as licensure, registration, and certification, NPs are regulated at two different levels. Licensure is completed through a process that takes place within each states laws….
A Career as a Neonatal Nurse Practitioner
– … Most the related career field to a neonatal nurse in a pediatrician, which are usually found in clinic or hospitals. Some a can be personal business which can be found in many places. For a neonatal nurse the gender of the people there is mostly women, but men can work their also. The average age of a neonatal nurse is about 46 years old in the United States. You have to be healthy so that won’t get the baby even sicker. You have to make to make sure you stay as healthy as you can. You have to have the ability to move around and help….