Explore The Nurse Practitioner Profession
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  • 1. You may be seen by a nurse practitioner if you go to yourdoctors office or the emergency room. They are becoming a large part of our health care providers in the United Sates and may even be considered a patients primary health care provider. They are trained to treat patients with a wide variety of conditions. If you are interested in health care, there are many nurse practitioner jobs available all around the world.
  • 2. It was during the 1960s when a nurse educator, Dr. Loretta Ford, and Dr. Henry Silver started an education programfor nurses at the University of Colorado. It was in response to the need of health staff in rural locations. The new program was initially developed in the field of pediatricswith the nursing model as its basis. This would be was one of the first nursing practitioner programs established and the late 1960s ushered the first graduates of the program.
  • 3. Because the concept of a nurse practitioner was radical at the time, it did not sit well with others in the nursing education community. Many expressed their apprehension to the relatively new educational process. They argued that any nursing education program that trained nurses to become an extension of a physician conflicted with the general health care orientation of nurses. The apprehension eventually ended when therewas growth in the number of nurse practitioners and the training and academic programs became formalized.
  • 4. Interesting enough, it was only in the year 2000 that nursepractitioners could legally practice their profession in eachstate as well as in District of Columbia. However, the scope of their practice still varies according to the state.
  • 5. These reviews are so lengthy, that they are compiled into books, and prove to be helpful to those preparing for an ANP certification examination. These books not only provide important information about nursing withillustrations and tables, but also multiple choice questions and answers to answer to find out how well you have understood the program.
  • 6. The first practitioner program was begun in 1965 at the University of Colorado; since then there are many accredited programs at colleges and universities throughout the United States. To enroll in a nurse practitioner program one must first have passed all thecoursework to become a licensed registered nurse; nurse programs are all at the graduate or doctoral level.
  • 7. Nurse practitioners may specialize in any number of areas,form pediatrics to geriatrics. They may work at colleges or university clinics or public health clinics where they see a variety of conditions. They may also be employed by nursing homes and hospice care where they provide services to elderly or critically ill patients.
  • 8. It is not sufficient to rely on a single nurse practitioner certification review to decide on the best certificationcourse to join for your nurse certification. Instead, take a look at various reviews and make comparisons before making the final decision.
  • 9. However it is important to go through a nursing practitioner certification review so that you learn about the different topics that are covered in the certificationprogram. It proves beneficial to buy the chosen review not only because it is so long, but because it proves to be useful to you even after you have qualified.
  • 10. Choose programs offered by accredited institutions -It is always better to pursue your nurse practitionercertification from an accredited institution. This is because the certificates offered by these institutions are recognized and accepted in the nursing sector.
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