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Nursing Specialties

The nursing field is made up of many types of nurses. As nurses progress through their careers, a specialty is often selected so that they might gain subject-level expertise. Here, investigate your specialization options to help you plan for your future and shape your career goals.


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By Shannon Lee, Jul 19, 2011

Working as a certified nurse midwife can give you the satisfaction of helping mothers through a successful labor and delivery. An eye toward nursing is the first step to becoming a midwife.

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Jan 21, 2010

If you're interested in a new direction for your nursing career and are interested in ensuring that patients and their families receive quality, cost-effective health care, then you might want to look into Case Management Nursing.

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Jan 21, 2010

Forensic Nursing is one of the fastest growing nursing specialty fields thanks in part to rising interest brought about in recent years by several popular TV shows such as CSI. Real life Forensic Nursing isn't exactly the same as

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Jan 21, 2010

Nursing is the nation's largest health care profession, with more than 2.7 million registered nurses nationwide, and nursing students account for more than half of all health professions students in the United States.

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Jan 21, 2010

The film "Erin Brockovich" told the true story of an inexperienced legal secretary who stumbled across some references to chromium contaminated water while researching real estate documents for her law firm.

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