Transcript: Nationally the average is between $82,000-$87,000. Locally in Reno it's $93,000. Renown is interviewing for NP full-time and eligible for benefits. Healthy Homes is interviewing as well. organization that does house calls. Nurse Practicioner Major Expectations Education Required History Of Nurse Practitioner Current Opportunities and Salaries National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) regulating agency that was founded to ensure patient safety and is separate from the organizations that represent nurses as professionals. The few types of special regulations given to an NP is that they may handle minor surgeries, some physical examinations, and initial interpretation of x-rays. Professional Association Master's Degree required working for two-three years with a Baccaleureate degree and Nursing License complete the NP program lasting from one-two years depending on the school and/or the nature of the program. continuous education still required by 2015 all new NP will need to be trained at the Doctorate level as a Doctor of Nursing practice all previous NP will be allowed to practice NP regardless of education level National Organization of Nurse Practitioners Faculties(NONPF) they promote quality NP education at National and International levels American College of Nurse Practitioners (ACNP) their goal is to unite and represent politically and professionally NP across the United States with prevention based healthcare National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNP) their goal is improving infant and childcare Special regulations and regulatory agencies Professional Journals Diagnose and treat illness provides immunization and other childcare identify and treat chronic illnesses such as Diabetes and Arthritis prescribe medications prescribe physical therapy, massage therapy, and other rehabilitation therapy order and interpret blood work and EKG's perform procedures such as suturing, casting, cryotherapy, and skin biopsys the journal of NP its free to Np's shapes policy and improves practice Nurse Practitioners World News Journal of American Academy of Nurse Practitioners monthly peer reviewed journal Started in the U.S. 1965 to combat the rising cost of healthcare increased the number of Healthcare providers over time the responsibilities of NP have grown
Transcript: Career description Nurse Practitioner $79,136-$104,738 Job Outlook History Related Occupations Citations Nurse Practitioner Education Requirements." Education-portal.com. N.p., n.d. Web. 29 Nov. 2012. <http://education-portal.com/nurse_practitioner_education_requirements.html>. "Salary.com Salary Wizard." Salary.com Salary Wizard. N.p., n.d. Web. 29 Nov. 2012. <http://monster.salary.com/SalaryWizard/Nurse-Practitioner-Salary-Details.aspx>. Ferguson. Ferguson’s Careers in Focus: Nursing. Chicago: Ferguson Publishing Company, 2001 Ferguson. “Nurse Practitioner.” Encyclopedia of Careers and Vocational Guidance, 13 ed/2005 Clinical Nurse Specialist Duties: conduct health assessments and evaluations Education: Masters after RN, certification ANA Salary: $75,035-$104,981 American Academy of Nurse Practitioner PO Box 12846 Austin,TX 78711 http://www.aanp.org There wasn't really anything that was suprising to me since I had researched this occupation before. It was dissapointing to find that some people are not accepting of NP's and don't want "just a nurse" helping them. It was exciting to see that study that showed that Nurse Practitioners are just as competent as physicians. NP's provide care to people and ages ,to who they specialize in, assessing the patient, diagnosing the patient, treating basic illnesses, and injuries Need to be social and know the significance of emotional part of health care. NP's can work in Hospitals, small clinics, nursing homes, and not very often but private practices to. One negative aspect is that only in 18 states can a NP work independently. Questions?? Earnings Nurse Practitioners came onto the scene during WWII because of a shortage of physicians. The 1st NP program was held at Duke University in 1965. A study in 1986 by Congress office of Technology Assesment claimed that "within areas of competence Nurse Practitoners provide care whose ability is equal to that of care provided by physicians. Educational Requirements Jordyn Ellis Growing faster than average High School Must become a RN first: 3-4 yr ass. degree, NCLEX-RN. Further education: Masters Degree 2-3 yrs Graduates able to receive certification as NP Sources Add.
Transcript: - To be a Nurse Practitioner, you must first receive a BSN, or a Bachelor's of Science in Nursing Degree. Next, after working in the field, you must go back to school for 2-3 years to get a Master's Degree. While it is optional, you can go for a Doctorate's Degree in Nursing, which provides many more options when in the field. - Average salary for a Nurse Practitioner is somewhere between $84,000-$97,000. Doctorate degrees offer more opportunities, equating to a possible 6-figure salary. Advantages Attend a nursing school to get Bachelor's in Nursing Attend a Master's Program (2 years) Graduate from High School - Because the field is relatively new and still evolving, the job outlook is excellent because many hospitals and clinics are looking for NPs who can diagnose and treat patients. - Best places to be a nurse practitioner are: Baltimore, Maryland Houston, Texas Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Nashville, Tennessee Critical thinking Communication Keep calm in emergencies Listening Self-motivated Education By: Mark Villegas Nurse Practitioner Job Outlook Skills: Benefits that entail in being a Nurse Practitioner include: Considerably high starting salary Healthcare/Social Security Pensions/Time-off Flexible schedule Personal contact with patients Job Security Satisfaction of helping people My Pathway Work for 2 years in the field Obtain a Bachelor's in Biology/Biochemistry Best colleges: University of Pennsylvania Yale University Johns Hopkins University University of Texas Columbia University - A Nurse Practitioner must : Assess patients/diagnose Treat the symptoms Consult with and educate patients Prescribe certain medications Conduct physicals/order tests Serve as a primary care provider Salary Range What is a Nurse Practitioner? Go for a Doctorate Degree (4 years) Responsibilities of a Nurse Practitioner - An advanced practiced nurse who has received special training and can perform many duties as a physician. 4 year university (Rice, Yale, etc.)
Transcript: Requirements Job Environment Specific Tasks You get to help those who are sick and need quick procedures. You earn a lot of money if you do your job right. achievement recognition independence active listening complex problem solving critical thinking speaking monitoring Classes to Take Now Personal Characteristics Working Hours and Conditions Bibliography Summary lift heavy weights hand-eye coordination www.pacareer.org/clusters my brain Treating diseases, injuries, and deformities by invasive , non-invasive surgical methods. medicine dentistry surgery Conduct research to develop and test surgical techniques that can improve operating procedures and outcomes. Physiological Requirements Healthcare Practitioner Typical Salary Most doctors work long and irregular hours like up to sixty hours a week The typical salary of a physician or surgeon is ten thousand to one hundred sixty thousand. Becoming a healthcare practitioner takes a lot of skills and it also takes Education working for long periods of time you have to go school for a lng time Biology Chemistry English Algebra AP Calculus Biochemistry Organic Chemistry Advantages/Rewards doctor of medicine degrees(MD's) doctor of osteopathic medicine(D.O) attend medical school pass the Medical College Admission test(MCAT) complete residency training Special Skills and Abilities Becoming a healthcare practitioner takes a lot of skills and it also takes plenty of hours and school. Education and Training Disadvantages/Drawbacks
Transcript: a nurse practitioner who, by advanced study and clinical practice, such as in a master’s degree program or certificate program in pediatric nursing, has gained advanced knowledge in the nursing care of infants and children. What makes a Nurse practitioner different than an RN? The term oncology literally means a branch of science that deals with tumours and cancers. The word “onco” means bulk, mass, or tumor while “-logy” means study. Pediatric oncology nursing involves providing care for children who have a variety of cancer diagnoses. This includes administering chemotherapy or other treatments under the supervision of an oncologist, but there are other duties that are just as essential. The nurse is also a part of the support system for the family of the child who is undergoing treatment by explaining treatment plans. He or she must assess the physical and psychological needs of patients and help to treat these, as well. Why I want to be a Nurse Practitioner specializing in Pediatric Oncology? nurse practitioner. (2006). In Churchill Livingstone's Dictionary of Nursing. Retrieved from http://0-www.credoreference.com.umiss.lib.olemiss.edu/entry/ehscldictnursing/nurse_practitioner Nurse Practitioner. (2004). In Encyclopedia of Women's Health. Retrieved from http://0-www.credoreference.com.umiss.lib.olemiss.edu/entry/sprwh/nurse_practitioner Nevidjon B, Mayer D. Death Is Not an Option, How You Die Is - Reflections From a Career in Oncology Nursing. Nursing Economic$ [serial online]. May 2012;30(3):148-152. Available from: CINAHL Plus with Full Text, Ipswich, MA. Accessed November 15, 2012. pediatric nurse practitioner (PNP). (2009). In Mosby's Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, & Health Professions. Retrieved from http://0-www.credoreference.com.umiss.lib.olemiss.edu/entry/ehsmosbymed/pediatric_nurse_practitioner_pnp http://www.news-medical.net/health/What-is-Oncology.aspx http://www.pediatriconcologynursing.com/ The NP's scope of practice is continually evolving, but in general is characterized by education and health promotion, diagnosis, and the provision of services necessary for the treatment of acute and chronic illnesses. In all 50 states, NP's are granted at least some prescriptive privilege, with state formularies that include controlled substances, to states that require physician supervision and impose formulary limits. Nurse Practitioner with a specialization in Pediatric Oncology What is a pediatric Nurse Practitioner? Susan Brame "Well, being a certified Nurse Practitioner is great because I am able to prescribe medications and perform other tasks that I wouldn't be able to do if I was still just an RN." Renee Wright "I love being a Nurse Practitioner because it allows me to have my own practice in which I can create meaningful bonds and relationships with my patients." Nurses have the honor of consistently being ranked as the most trusted professionals by the public. This trust gives us an opportunity to raise the conversation about the most difficult of questions In our death-adverse society, in which care at all cost continues to increase the overall cost of health care, this is a question that must be deliberated and answer ed. Top-down policies will not provide the solution. Nurses can advocate for death with dignity through local conversations, initiatives, and individual encounters and ignite this transformation. Every nurse can and must be part of leading this change. Lindy Strauss What is a Nurse Practioner? Work Cited I volunteered at St. Jude as a kid and felt working with the children in that unit was one of the most rewarding experiences of my life. What Does a Pediatric Oncology Nurse Do? Why are oncologic nurses important? What is oncology? What makes being a Nurse Practitioner great? A nurse who has undergone specific role preparation to enable him or her to function at an advanced level within a particular working environment. This may be within primary healthcare, in an accident and emergency setting, or working with certain client groups, such as homeless people. Nurse practitioners can offer a nurse-led service and invariably have highly developed skills in client assessment.
Transcript: Danielle T. Miguel Physiology, Period 4 Quarter 1 Healthcare science A field of science that applies science, technology, engineering, and math to help carry out healthcare. Nurse Practitioner What kind of background/schooling is typical among nurse practitioners? The sub-disciplines of science that are involved with the occupation of being a nurse practitioner are... Who? Dominika Maglasang Where do they work? Stanford Hospital and Clinics What they do? Registered Nurse, Nurse Practitioner (Orthopedics/Pediatrics) What are some organizations that nurse practitioners take part in? Nursing science A field of science concerning information retrieved from evidence-based practice. 2-4 years college + technical training Training/experience as a registered nurse Master's degree + license to practice in their state Pass an exam set by the American Nurse's Credentialing Center Volunteer experience from clinics, hospitals, schools, etc. Interview http://www.careercruising.com/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nurse_practitioner http://www.aanp.org/AANPCMS2 http://www.nonpf.com/ What is your personal advice for anyone considering a job in this field? People who try to become nurse practitioners should be sympathetic, hard-working, and able to put up with stress and challenges, because the career can be tiring. How has your initial perception of this topic changed? I learned that nurse practitioners have to work extremely hard to get tasks done with accuracy. Is this topic attractive to you? Why? The topic is interesting because the career is a well-rewarded challenge. (cc) image by nuonsolarteam on Flickr Exactly what work does a nurse practitioner do? How did you get the interview? She's my aunt. How did you complete the interview? She visited my house on 10/8/11. How much of your report did you get from the interview? Few portions of my report were derived from the original interview. There's no need for a doctor if you are a practitioner nurse, you can diagnose your patients and keep them out the hearse, because death is inevitable you want to save some lives, earn $100,000 every year and survive; you aren't just helping yourself, you're helping the community, because a nurse practitioner gives medications preventing sickness; immunity and when you think about it all, you get to diagnose, and even run lab tests without dealing with anything gross. Take part in physical exams Collect patient data Diagnose, treat, and deal with common illnesses Give medical attention to patients Capable of prescribing medications Can order lab tests and interpret the test results Educates the community on health issues Acknowledgements My personal opinion A Poem On Nurse Practitioners AANP (American Academy of Nurse Practitioners) Allows nurses to network and support different concepts and policies altogether. NONPF (National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties) Provides information on nurse practitioners and educationally help prospective nurse practitioners prepare for their job. Interview Information
Transcript: Noon-patient appointments, answer phone calls, work on charts Safe Working Conditions A Big City Higher need Morning-check messages, finish up charts & labs Future Outlook Employed in: Starting: Organization $80,000 Characteristics to Success Become Nurse Practitioner More jobs avaliable Benefits Test to become RN College/Technical training for 2 years to earn Bachelor's **Low deductible** **Build-up PTO** *helping Doctors with care of patients* Income Apply for state test Typical Day **My mom has been a big influence on me in choosing this career** Work as RN for 2 years Health Coverage Nurse Practitioner Education & Training Creative Experienced: Night-finsh up charts, talk to doctors about dificulties, order labs $50,000 Paid sick days Hard-Working
Transcript: We have all been asked... what do you want to be when you grow up? I could never answer this question I would only focus on the salary Now, i'm gonna focus on something even more valuable saving lives. that's why i want to be a Nurse Practitioner what is it? first of all, there are 4 different categories in advanced nursing there's nurse midwives clinical nurse specialist nurse anesthetists, & nurse practitioners what do they do? a nurse practitioner delivers a combination of both nursing and medical care Nurses check your temperature, blood pressure, respiration, your pulse, and pain. they can also perscribe medicine to you how do I become a nurse? you must first have a high school diploma while in highschool, future nurses should focus more in their math and science classes they should also have room in their schedule for a foreign language it is a must for nurses to be bilingual step 2. choose a medical school of your choice Baylor University is a good medical school right here in Texas. being in the medical field is very competitive so those who wish to be a nurse should have a GPA of atleast 3.0 Step 3. earn your Associates degree in Nursing this can take 2-3 years :) although, to be a nurse practitioner you must have a master's or doctoral degree another way to become a nurse is the hospital diploma plan this is where you work in a hopspital as an intern with real nurses and educators and earn your degree after a certain number of years salary the average salary for a nurse practitioner is $89,345 some practitioners can get as much as $102,345 practitioners salary usually rises as the years of experience rises too job outlook the job outlook for nurses is very good. all four categories of nursing will be in very high demand there is an estimated job growth of 22% my plan! i definatley plan to go to college to earn my degree... but i still haven't decided which school so... why do i want to be a nurse? I love to help those who are sick feel better like my baby sister this is me giving her a check up:) every 5 seconds a baby is born :) but, every 4 seconds a person is rushed into the ER every 3 seconds someone in the country needs blood every 2 seconds someone dies. throughout this presentation 72 babies were born :) but... 90 people were rushed into the hospital 120 people are in need of blood and 180 hearts stopped beating i want to be a nurse practitioner so i can help reduce that number and make the world better patient by patient you might have a fever the average adult should have about 72 heartbeats per minute step 1. her pulse 98.6 is the average human temperature band-aid does someone have a boo-boo? checking her temperature if your temperature exceeds 100 degrees, all better!
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