Our healthcare needs are growing, and yet we are facing a massive shortage of primary healthcare providers. The good news, according to Reuters, is that nurse practitioners may be poised to fill that gap.
Those who devote their nursing practice to the realm of pediatrics can enjoy ample pediatric nurse practitioner job opportunities in today’s nursing field.
Certified nurse-midwives (CNMs) are registered nurses (RNs) who have completed graduate education in nurse-midwifery that leads to either a Master’s (MS/MSN) degree or a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree.
There are all kinds of reasons why nurses choose Baylor University’s online Doctor of Nursing Practice program. Some are attracted by our reputation, others by the Christian values we live by, still others by our dedicated faculty or student support services.
We wanted to know if and how Baylor online DNP students were applying course learnings to their current nursing jobs.
The decision to become a nurse is a personal choice. In Baylor’s Distance Accelerated BSN program (ABSN), students are prepared through a robust academic curriculum delivered online and with real-world clinical experiences
The advanced practice nurse (APRN) roles of nurse practitioner (NP) and nurse-midwife are rewarding and promising career options for nurses looking for competitive pay, greater practice authority and increased autonomy in their work.
Neonatal nurse practitioners (NNP) provide care for neonates and high-risk newborns in a number of settings. Read on to learn about the healthcare landscape you will face as an NNP.
While nursing can be a challenging profession, it can also be one of the most rewarding. Nurses are in extremely high demand, so if you have ever considered a career in nursing, now is a great time to pursue it.
We asked three faculty members to share their opinion of the ideal Baylor ABSN student. Here’s what they had to say.