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 Is a nurse practitioner a nurse midwife?

Answer Nurse-Midwives (CNM) and Nurse Practitioners (NP) are both Advanced Practice Nurses (APN) with a Master's degree in nursing (MSN). There are two other types of APNs, Nurse Anesthetists (CRNA) and C... Read More »
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How can a nurse practitioner become a midwife?

As a registered nurse, you already have the solid foundation, background and expertise to expand your professional career into midwifery. For instance, you may provide emotional support and guidanc... Read More »
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What is the difference between a family nurse practitioner and an advanced practice nurse?

The educational path for a nurse practitioner requires the study of a specialization, causing the career to fit under the umbrella of the term "advanced practicing nurse." Yet, all advanced practic... Read More »
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Differences Between a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner & a Psychiatric Clinical Nurse Specialist?

Psychiatric nurse practitioners (NP) and psychiatric clinical nurse specialists (CNS) are advanced practice nurses with specialized responsibilities. Both require at least a master's degree in nurs... Read More »
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Should a school nurse be a registered nurse or a licensed practical nurse?

Every state requires that school nurses hold a registered nursing (RN) license. Depending on the state, additional certification may be required. The National Board for Certification of School Nurs... Read More »
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