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Cardiac Care Nurse
A Cardiac Care Nurse cares for patients with heart diseases or conditions, from coronary artery disease to heart failure and recovery from bypass surgery.
Dermatology Nurse
A Dermatology Nurse treats and cares for patients who have skin diseases and conditions, or undergo cosmetic surgery.
Developmental Disability Nurse
A Developmental Disability or Special Needs Nurse takes care of patients with intellectual or developmental disabilities, such as Down Syndrome and Autism.
Diabetes Nurse
A Diabetes Nurse looks after patients with diabetes, a disease that stops the body from producing or absorbing enough insulin.
Gastroenterology Nurse
A Gastroenterology or Endoscopy Nurse works with patients who have illnesses or disorders related to the digestive system or gastrointestinal tract.
Hematology Nurse
A Hematology Nurse takes care of patients with blood disorders or diseases, such as hemophilia and leukemia.
HIV/AIDS Nurse
An HIV/AIDS Nurse helps patients with the treatment and management of this immunodeficiency disease.
Holistic Nurse
A Holistic Nurse uses medical knowledge plus complementary, alternative and integrative methods to care for the patient as a whole.
Infusion Nurse
An Infusion Nurse administers medication and fluids through an intravenous (IV) line, ventral line or venous access port.
Medical-Surgical Nurse
A Medical-Surgical Nurse has extensive knowledge that can assist doctors on the medical-surgical floor of a hospital.
Nephrology Nurse
A Nephrology Nurse works with patients who have kidney diseases, abnormal kidney functions or are at risk of kidney problems.
Neuroscience Nurse
A Neuroscience Nurse helps patients who experience brain and nervous system disorders, such as Alzheimer’s, strokes, and brain injuries, recover from or learn to manage their condition.
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Nurse Practitioner
A Nurse Practitioner provides primary and specialty care, helping patients holistically through diagnostics, treatment and education.
Patient Blood Management Nurse
A Patient Blood Management Nurse takes care of patients who may need a transfusion due to injury-related blood loss or another blood ailment.
Psychiatric Nurse
A Psychiatric or Behavioral Health Nurse cares for patients with psychiatric disorders such as mental illness, eating disorders, addiction, and substance abuse.
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Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner at a Glance
As certified advanced practice nurses, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners provide a range of mental health treatment and support services to patients and their families. In addition to working with doctors to establish a diagnosis and prescribe medication, Psychiatric NPs create holistic treatment plans that prioritize a dynamic level of educational and professional support specific to each patient’s psychiatric needs.Depending on their level of education, Psychiatric NPs can pursue additional specialties within the mental health profession, and can hold a variety of roles ranging from general psychiatric assessments and diagnoses, to working as counselors, to working in a research setting. However, no matter how you function as a Psychiatric NP, it’s important to lead with compassion for your patients who likely have little control over the way they are able to process or understand their diagnosis.
Public Health Nurse
A Public Health Nurse promotes and protects the health of people within a community.
Pulmonary Care Nurse
A Pulmonary Care or Respiratory Nurse treats patients who are suffering from lung and respiratory conditions.
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