What does a family nurse practitioner do?

Answer A registered nurse (RN) is a graduate of an associate degree in nursing (ADN) or a bachelor's of science in nursing (BSN) program. If she goes back to school for a master's of science in nursing (... 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 »

What is a family nurse practitioner?

Family medicine is a health care specialty that involves providing care to both adults and children. A type of advanced degree nurse, a family nurse practitioner forms an important part of the team... Read More »

What is the Average Salary for a Family Nurse Practitioner?

The average salary for a family nurse practitioner (or a nurse practitioner in a family practice) is about $79,091 annually, according to a salary survey conducted by Advance for Nurse Practitioner... Read More »

How much is the pay for a family nurse practitioner?

According to PayScale, the annual base salary range for a family nurse practitioner is about $68,000 to $83,000, as of July 2010. The location of a family nurse practitioner's employer and the num... Read More »