A Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) is a specialty of advanced practice nurse with a focus on family-centered care. These advanced practice providers can practice independently with an established Standard Care Agreement (SCA).
Amid the many options for post-secondary and graduate education, it can be a challenge to find the right fit. Walsh University rises to the top of this field in its dynamic degree offerings grounded in the moral and intellectual underpinnings of the Catholic faith.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics 2014 report projects a nursing shortage through 2024. The American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) relates that at least part of the nursing shortage is related to a lack of qualified nurse educators.
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Millions of Americans have decided to bypass physicians and receive their health care services from Nurse Practitioners (NPs) instead.
First and foremost, all nurses are educators. Nurses are continually challenged to take difficult and sometimes life-saving information and translate for optimal patient understanding and compliance. Nurses instruct on medications, procedures, appointments, wound care, hygiene, safety and everything in between.