How much does a clinical nurse specialist earn?

Answer Clinical Nurse Specialists are advanced practice nurses who focus on a specialization. According to, as of November 2009 clinical nurse specialists make between $62,000 and $85,000 per... Read More »

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How long does a typical clinical nurse specialist program last?

Most clinical nurse specialists programs result in a master's degree in nursing and require 18 to 24 months of full-time study. Nurses who take classes only on a part-time basis usually require lon... Read More »

Is a registered nurse first assistant a clinical nurse specialist?

A registered nurse first assistant is not a clinical nurse specialist. A CNS is a specialized nurse practitioner, with similar responsibilities as a physician. A RNFA must be a certified perioperat... Read More »

How do I become a clinical nurse specialist?

What is a Clinical Nurse SpecialistClinical nurse specialists (CNSs) are advanced-practice registered nurses who have chosen a specific discipline to focus on, such as a population (pediatrics, ger... Read More »

What is a clinical nurse specialist?

A clinical nurse specialist, also called a CNS, is a type of nurse with an advanced degree. CNSs work in a variety of healthcare settings and provide many types of care for patients with all sorts ... Read More »