There are many schools which offer online nurse practitioner programs. Some include the Women's Health Nurse Practitioner program at the University of Cincinnati. Georgetown University offers a few online courses one could take such as Family Nurse Practitioner and the Adult Gerontology Acute Care program.
There are a number of schools that allow one to get a nurse practitioner training online. These training programs can be found by inserting "nurse practitioner training online" into a search engine. One Web site that allows one to view and compare a number of these training programs is: www.allnursingschools.com/nursing-degree/nurse-practitioner. You can get nurse practitioner training completely online at www.eric.ed.gov/ERICWebPortal/recordDetail?accno=ED096420. You can read about the requirements at education-portal.com/how_to_become_a_nurse_practitioner.html
There are some university hospitals that have apprenticeship programs available for a nurse practitioner. Some of the larger hospitals also have them. The best way to find out if they have one in your area is to contact them and ask.
"There's various types of Nurse Practitioner jobs including Geriatric Nurse Practitioner, Rehabilitation Nurse Practitioner, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, Family Nurse Practitioner, etc. These are all great nurse practitioner jobs, though the best is personal preference."
Nurse practitioner specialties require at least a master's degree. Most programs include about 2 years of full-time study and require a BSN degree for entry; some programs require at least 1 to 2 years of clinical experience as an RN for admission. In 2006, there were 342 master's and post-master's programs offered for nurse practitioners, 230 master's and post-master's programs for clinical nurse specialists, 106 programs for nurse anesthetists, and 39 programs for nurse-midwives.
No, a family nurse practitioner is one subspecialty of advanced nurse practitioners.
NP is the abbreviation for nurse practitioner.
A nurse practitioner is not a doctor. An NP is an advanced practice nurse.
I see a nurse practitioner on a regular basis. A nurse practitioner is able to write out prescriptions to patients, and complete physical exams on patients.
A nurse practitioner typically has a master's degree, and is at least 24 years old. The average nurse practitioner is significantly older.
A person cannot even be a nurse with a felony, let alone become a nurse practitioner.
Generally a nurse practitioner will get paid much more.
Yes the NP can; as the NP has a RN.
The related occupation to a nurse practitioner is a physician's assistant.
An oncology nurse practitioner is one who specializes in the care of cancer patients.
A nurse with a master's degree may or may not be a nurse practitioner. THere are other specialties requiring an MSN.
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"Nurse practitionar work is needed in inpatient and intensive outpatient rehabilitation programs, in independent doctors offices, in certan hospitals, and more."
Yes, you have to be an RN before you can be a nurse practitioner if you want to bill Medicare.
No. A licensed practical nurse attends vocational school for his or her license. A nurse practitioner has bachelors and masters degrees in nursing.
Nurse Practitioner's make a very good salary. I have found that the salaries range from $78,457 to $103,834. The median, or average Nurse Practitioner salary in the US is $90,531.
If you want to learn more about what a nurse practitioner is and what they do, you must do some research. Perhaps take a few classes that have to do with the field or maybe shadow a nurse practitioner at work.
"Certified nurse practitioner" is the title required in some states, and "registered nurse practitioner" is the title used in other states. The education and licensing are the same.
No they aren't. A pediatric nurse is a nurse who deals only with children. A nurse practitioner is basically a mini doctor who deals with people of all ages.
The University of Phoenix offers distance learning for nurse practicioners. You can find out more and request information by visiting http://www.phoenix.edu/programs/degree-programs.html.