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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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Jan 21, 2010

Global Health concerns us all, and Community Health Nursing has risen from humble beginnings to the forefront of shaping worldwide health policy and administration. Community Health has been practiced in one form or another throughout the ages in various manners ranging from the edicts of a village shaman to

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Jan 21, 2010

In an uncertain economic climate, job security is a valuable commodity. But many careers that previously seemed recession-proof have been downsized, outsourced or shipped off to foreign countries. The trick is to find an industry in which the demand for services will be continual. One such area is healthcare.

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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

According to the Occupational Outlook guide, the nursing profession is among the fastest growing of all career paths. Within nursing, the single specialty expected to grow by leaps and bounds is gerontology.

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