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MIDWIFE AND A HOSPITAL: When Tanya Moore became pregnant with her first child this year, she wanted it to be delivered by a certified nurse midwife.
The International Study of the Certified Nurse Workforce (Cary, 2001) concluded that there is initial evidence that certification may afford nurses professional growth and financial rewards, such as recognition, reimbursement, salary increases, and career advancement opportunities, as well as the opportunity for personal growth.
RediClinic's certified nurse practitioners, who are registered nurses with master's degrees, use a proprietary electronic medical record system to document and guide patient visits.
With physician oversight and following physician-developed clinical protocols, the clinics will be staffed by either a Certified Nurse Practitioner or a Physician's Assistant, who has advanced training to provide diagnostic, therapeutic, and preventive health care services and prescribe medications.
Certified Nurse Practitioners and other health care professionals will administer supervised weight management programs in addition to the traditional in-store health care clinic services including diagnosis and treatment of common family illnesses such as ear infections, strep throat, sinus infections, poison ivy and other skin rashes and the flu.
It also demonstrates the willingness to devote practice within a specialty area as a certified nurse.
HB15-1182, the Certified Nurse Aides Scope Expansion bill allows a certified nurse aide (CNA) to perform a number of new tasks that previously required nurse delegation.
One respected illustration of excellence for nurse faculty is the designation certified nurse educator (CNE[R]).
They also celebrate the professional pride that the certified nurse possesses as a result of their accomplishments.
org) offers five certification examinations: OCN[R] (oncology certified nurse), CPON[R] (certified pediatric oncology nurse), CBCN[R] (certified breast care nurse), AOCNP[R] (advanced oncology certified nurse practitioner), and AOCNS[R] (advanced oncology certified clinical nurse specialist).
Five certified nurse midwives, or CNMs, collaborate at the PeaceHealth Nurse Midwifery Birth Center.
The Take Care clinics at the Osco stores will be staffed by certified nurse practitioners, who will provide diagnosis and treatment of common family illnesses, administer vaccines, conduct physical examinations and perform diagnostic screenings.

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