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Track 1: Nursing Education
The demand for nurse educators is high, because presently there is a shortfall of licensed nurse educators across the world. The maximum number of nurse educators work for 1 to 5 years in nursing universities and have customarily satisfied the prerequisites to end up a qualified nurse, winning a graduate in nursing, for the most part one that places an accentuation on nursing instruction. A nurse educator prepares licensed practical nurses and registered nurses for entry into clinical practice. They can also teach in various patient care settings to provide continuing nursing education to licensed nursing staff. Nurse Educators helps nursing students for Continuing Professional development of education. Nurse Educators teaches for Master of Science in Nursing and Doctor of Nursing Practice levels, thereby prepare nursing students into nurses, nurse educators, nurse administrators, nurse researchers, and nursing leaders are drafted. Nurse instructors from around the nation uses motivational instructing systems that help nursing students to learn and prosper, whether in school, in office in-service programs or in the clinical setting. From the recent records, it was found that from nursing background about 1,534,400 Certified Nursing Assistant, 738,400 Licensed Practical Nurse, 2,711,500 Registered Nurse and 151,400 advanced practice registered nurse are practiced in USA.
Track 2: Nursing Management
Nursing management consists of the performance of the leadership functions of governance and decision-making within organizations employing nurses. It includes processes common to all management like planning, organizing, staffing, directing and controlling. It is common for registered nurses to seek additional education to earn a Master of Science in Nursing or Doctor of Nursing Practice to prepare the leadership roles within nursing and care. Health care Management positions increasingly require candidates to hold an advanced degree in nursing and care.
Track 3: Nursing Informatics
Nursing informatics is a branch of health informatics that combines the management and processing of nursing data and the continued education of nursing staff towards an automated health information system. According to the International Medical Informatics Association, “Nursing informatics is the integration of nursing, its information, and information management with information processing and communication technology, to support the health of people world-wide.”
Often overlooked, nursing informatics is an integral component of the struggle to convert medical institutions to a paperless system. Usually nurses have to take on the responsibility of training in IT without funding from their employers. It is necessary to educate and compromise with nursing staff to find a system that both meets their need and is comfortable for them to use. Nurses can be a powerful ally for implementing new technologies in the medical community because they have to communicate between doctors, patients and administration.
Track 4: Advanced Nursing
Advanced Practiced Registered Nursing (APRN) defines a level of nursing practice that utilizes extended and expanded skills, experience and knowledge in assessment, planning, implementation, diagnosis and evaluation of the care required. Nurses practicing at this level are educationally prepared at the post-graduate level and may work in either a specialist or generalist capacity. However, the basis of advanced practice is the high degree of knowledge, skill and experience that is applied within the nurse-patient/client relationship to achieve optimal outcomes through critical analysis, problem solving and evidence-based decision making.
Track 5: Public Health Nursing
Public Nursing is a nursing specialty focused on public health. Public health nurses (PHNs) "integrate community involvement and knowledge about the entire population with personal, clinical understandings of the health and illness experiences of individuals and families within the population." Public health nursing in the United States traces back to a nurse named Lillian Wald who, in 1893, established the Henry Street Settlement in New York City and coined the expression "public health nurse”. Public health nurses work within communities and focus on different areas to improve the overall health of the people within that community. Some areas of employment for public health nurses are school districts, county or state health departments, and departments of correction. The public health nurse looks for areas of concern within the community and assesses and plans ways through which the concerns can be resolved or minimized. Some health concerns a public health nurse may work on are infection control, health maintenance, health coaching, as well as home care visits for welfare and to provide care to certain members of the community who may need it.
Track 6: Cardiovascular Nursing
Cardiovascular medical caretakers watch over individuals with coronary illness and collaborate with their patient’s families. They may screen and treat intensely sick patients, or they may concentrate on cardiovascular recovery—helping patients roll out way of life improvements to keep the exacerbating of their malady. Most cardiovascular clinical medical attendant pros (CNSs) work in doctor's facilities. They administer to fundamentally sick patients, and in addition those recouping from heart systems, for example, sidestep, angioplasty, or pacemaker surgery.
Cardiovascular medical caretakers may likewise help patients recoup at home. These basic care attendants work with kids and grown-ups of any age, despite the fact that coronary illness by and large influences more established individuals. They may likewise fill in as a major aspect of a group under the bearing of a cardiologist.
There is as of now an interest for cardiovascular clinical attendant authorities (CNS). As indicated by the U.S. Authority of labor Statistics' 2016-17 Occupational Outlook Handbook, enlisted nursing is relied upon to grow 16 percent through 2024, which is much quicker than normal. With the maturing of the populace and fast advances in heart mind innovation, openings in the field of cardiovascular nursing are developing exponentially.
Track 7: Clinical Nursing
Clinical Nurse Specialists (CNSs) give guide care to patients in one of a scope of claims to fame, for example, pediatrics, geriatrics, crisis care and oncology. CNSs may likewise serve as advisors, helping other medicinal experts attempting to enhance understanding results and impact all levels of care. The National Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists (NACNS) depicts CNS claims to fame as far as populace, setting, sickness or medicinal sub specialty, sort of care, and kind of issue. This profession is ordered as a propel hone enrolled nurture (APRN) part since it requires graduate-level instruction and clinical preparing.
For the most part, there are far less experts working in APRN fields when contrasted with other nursing experts, for example, RNs. In 2013, there were 113,370 utilized medical caretaker experts to 2,661,890 enlisted attendants. This is because of the stringent prerequisites for APRNs, who need to win their RN permit, graduate degree, state licensure and national qualifications before picking up work. Still, the interest for CNSs is high. Anticipated occupation development for APRNs between 2012-22 is 31% (much quicker than the 19% development anticipated for RNs and the 11% normal for all positions).
Critical care nurses are also known as ICU nurses. Critical care nursing is the field of nursing with a focus on the utmost care of the critically ill or unstable patients following extensive injury, surgery or life threatening diseases and critically ill patients who require mechanical ventilation by way of endotracheal intubation or titratable vasoactive intravenous medications. Critical care nurses in the U.S. are trained in advanced cardiac life support (ACLS), and many earn certification in acute and critical care nursing (CCRN) through the American Association of Critical Care Nurses. Critical care nurses can be found working in a wide variety of environments and specialties, such as general intensive care units, medical intensive care units, surgical intensive care units, trauma intensive care units, coronary care units, cardiothoracic intensive care units, burns unit, pediatrics and some trauma center emergency departments.
Track 9: Dental Nursing
Dental nurses are also known as dental hygienists in U.S. They work in dentists offices and they provide teeth cleaning services and preventative care education. The tasks dental hygienists perform vary by state but can include taking x-rays, applying sealants, administering anesthesia and removing sutures. Many hours spent standing or leaning over patients is often required. Some dentists tend to hire dental nurses or hygienists part-time, and many of these professionals who wish to work full-time may find employment in several different offices.
Requirements for this career include completing an accredited dental hygiene associate's degree or certificate program and obtaining licensure.
Key skills required for dental nurses are an attention to detail, good interpersonal skills, dexterity, compassion, and the ability to operate dental x-ray machinery and use dental instruments. Dental hygienists earned a median annual salary of in May 2015 of $72,330, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).
It is estimated that there are approximately 26,000 to 29,000 dental assistants in USA and nearly 20,000 are registered with a provincial dental assisting association. Of those 20,000 dental assistants approximately 74% are certified / licensed, 99% are female and the average age is 38 years old.
Track 10: Disaster Nursing
The Goal of Disaster nursing is making certain that the very best accomplish able level of care is delivered through distinguishing, advocating, and caring for all wedged populations throughout all phases of a disaster event, together with active participation all told levels of disaster coming up with and state.
National Disaster Medical System (NDMS) uses disaster management assistance teams (DMATs) made up of professional and paraprofessional medical personnel to provide medical care in the event of a disaster or other emergency. These teams support the federal medical response to natural or manmade disasters, such as hurricanes, earthquakes, transportation accidents, and terrorist attacks involving weapons of mass destruction.
A DMAT is a multidisciplinary rapid-response element that supplements local medical care until other resources can be mobilized or the situation is resolved. DMAT members deploy to disaster sites with enough supplies and equipment to sustain themselves for 72 hours while providing medical care to victims. Personnel are activated for 2 weeks, during which time they receive pay as part-time federal employees. Responsibilities might include triaging patients, providing care in adverse or austere environments, and preparing patients for evacuation. DMAT members are required to maintain appropriate certifications and licensure within their discipline and receive training to prepare them for deployment. When disaster victims are evacuated to a different locale, DMATs could be activated to support patient reception and disposition to local hospitals.
Track 11: Gerontological Nursing
Gerontological nursing is the specialty of nursing pertaining to older adults. Gerontological nurses work in collaboration with older adults, their families, and communities to support healthy aging, maximum functioning, and quality of life. The term Gerontological nursing, which replaced the term geriatric nursing in the 1970s, is seen as being more consistent with the specialty's broader focus on health and wellness, in addition to illness. Gerontological nursing is important to meet the health needs of an aging population. Due to longer life expectancy and declining fertility rates, the proportion of the population that is considered old is increasing. Between 2000 and 2050, the number of people in the world who are over age 60 is predicted increase from 605 million to 2 billion. The proportion of older adults is already high and continuing to increase in more developed countries. In 2010, seniors (aged 65 and older) made up 13% and 23% of the populations of the US and Japan, respectively. By 2050, these proportions will increase to 21% and 36%.
Track 12: Legal Nurse and Practitioner
A legal nurse consultant (LNC) is a registered nurse who uses expertise as a health care provider and specialized training to consult on medical-related legal cases. Legal nurse consultant assists attorneys in reading medical records and understanding medical terminology and healthcare issues to achieve the best results for their clients. The specialty is a relatively recent one, beginning in the mid-1980s.
A legal nurse consultant bridges gaps in an attorney's knowledge. While the attorney is an expert on legal issues, the Legal Nursing Consultants is an expert on nursing and the health care system. Legal Nursing Consultants screen cases for merit, assist with discovery; conduct the existing literature and medical research; review medical records; identify standards of care; prepare reports and summaries on the extent of injury or illness; create demonstrative evidence; and locate or act as expert witnesses. The legal nurse consultant acts as a specialized member of the litigation team whose professional contributions are often critical to achieving a fair and just outcome for all parties.
Track 13: Mid-Wifery Nursing
In the United States, a certified nurse midwife (CNM) is an advanced practice registered nurse in nurse midwifery, the nursing care of women during pregnancy and the postpartum period. Certified nurse midwives are exceptionally recognized by the International Confederation of Midwives as a type of midwives in the United States. Certified nurse midwife function as primary healthcare providers for women and most often provide medical care for relatively healthy women, whose health and births are considered uncomplicated and not "high risk," as well as their neonates. Often, women with high risk pregnancies can receive the benefits of nurse midwifery care from a certified nurse midwife in collaboration with a physician. Certified nurse midwife may work closely or in collaboration, with an obstetrician & gynecologist, who provides consultation and/or assistance to patients who develop complications or have complex medical histories or disease(s).
Certified nurse midwife practice in hospitals and private practice medical clinics and may also deliver babies in birthing centers and attend at-home births. Some work with academic institutions as professors. They are able to prescribe medications, treatments, and medical devices, therapeutic and diagnostic measures. Certified nurse midwife are able to provide medical care to women from puberty through menopause, including care for their new born (neonatology), antepartum, and intrapartum, postpartum and nonsurgical gynecological care. In some cases, certified nurse midwife may also provide care to the male partner, in areas of sexually transmitted diseases and reproductive health, of their female patients. In the United States, less than 1% of nurse midwives are men.
Track 14: Women Health Nursing
Women's health includes a wide range of specialties and focus areas, such as: Birth control, sexually transmitted infections (STIs), and Gynecology, Breast cancer, ovarian cancer, and other female cancers, Mammography, Menopause and hormone therapy.
A women's health nurse practitioner (WHNP) is a nurse practitioner that specializes in continuing and comprehensive healthcare for women across the lifespan with emphasis on conditions unique to women from menarche through the remainder of their life cycle. WHNPs deliver a range of acute, chronic, and preventive healthcare services: Obtaining a relevant health history, including a comprehensive obstetric and gynecologic history, with emphasis on gender-based differences. Performing a complete, system, or symptom-directed physical examinations on women, including obstetric and gynecologic conditions/needs that include, pregnancy, benign and malignant gynecologic conditions, contraception, sexually transmitted infections, infertility, per \menopause/menopause/post menopause and other gender-specific illnesses. Assessing, diagnosing, and treating for maternal and fetal well-being, high-risk pregnancies, depression, and pregnancy/postpartum complications. Assessing, diagnosing, and treating disease risk factors specific to women. Distinguishing female gender differences in presentation and progression of health problems and responses to pharmacological agents and other therapies. Assessing social and physical environmental health risks, including teratogens, that impact child bearing. Assessing for evidence of intimate partner violence, sexual abuse, and substance abuse. Assessing, diagnosing, and treating issues related to sexuality. Assessing parental behavior and skills and promotes smooth transition to role changes. Assessing, diagnosing, and treating selected reproductive health needs or problems in male partners, such as sexually transmitted infections, contraception, and infertility. Assessing genetic risks and refers, as needed, for testing and counseling.
Track 15: Nursing Practice
The practice of nursing requires specialized knowledge, skill, and independent decision making. Nursing careers take widely divergent paths - practice focus varies by setting, by type of client, by different disease, therapeutic approach or level of rehabilitation. Moreover, nurses are mobile and sophisticated and work in a society that is changing and asymmetrical for consumers. The result is that the risk of harm is inherent in the provision of nursing care because nursing care poses a risk of harm to the public if practiced by professionals who are unprepared or incompetent, the state, through its police powers, is required to protect its citizens from harm. That protection is in the form of reasonable laws to regulate nursing.
More than 100 years ago, state governments enacted laws which protect the public’s health and welfare by overseeing and ensuring the safe practice of nursing. All states and territories have enacted a nurse practice act (NPA). Each state’s NPA is enacted by the state’s legislature. The NPA itself is insufficient to provide the necessary guidance for the nursing profession, therefore, each NPA establishes a board of nursing (BON) that has the authority to develop administrative rules or regulations to clarify or make the law more specific. Rules and regulations must be consistent with the NPA and cannot go beyond it. These rules and regulations undergo a process of public review before enactment. Once enacted, rules and regulations have the full force and effect of law.
Nurses have a duty to care for patients and are not at liberty to abandon them; however, nurses are challenged to thoughtfully analyze the balance of professional responsibility and risk, including moral obligations and options, in order to preserve the ethical mandates in situations of risk to the nurse or profession.
The American Nurses Association (ANA) believes that nurses are obligated to care for patients in a non-discriminatory manner, with respect for all individuals. The American Nurses Association recognizes there may be limits to the personal risk of harm nurses can be expected to accept as an ethical duty. Harm includes emotional, psychological, physical or spiritual harm even with the benefit of early recognition and guidelines for prevention; it is the nature of health problems to raise questions for the nurse regarding personal risk and responsibility for patient care.
Track 17: Community Nursing
Rapid social and economic growth in countries of the world has resulted in an increase both in the number of elderly people who are prone to chronic and degenerative diseases and new pattern of illness that are brought on by the social and economic factors such as occupational hazards, accidents, and environmental poisonings caused by air pollution, noise and contaminated water. Communities are struggling with a large number of people across the lifespan, who receive minimal or no healthcare because they cannot afford or access services. Moreover, public concerns regarding quality, cost, access and fragmentation of healthcare have contributed to a shift in care from the more traditional acute care settings to the community. This has led to changes in nursing practice. Nurses have always cared for individuals, families and communities in their practice. Recently, there has been an increase in the number of nurses working outside the hospital, primarily in community-based settings that focus on individuals and families. There is also increasing emphasis on community-focused nursing care with the community as the client. The population of ageing and chronically ill patients is increasing, and, coupled with the complex social conditions of today, has led to ill health, which increases hospital care expenses. Professional health services are not capable of meeting the ever-increasing demands of health care in this changing health culture.
Track 18: Pediatric Nursing
A Pediatric nurse is a nursing field which mainly works in the field of pediatrics. Pediatric nursing help provide health/medical care for young children from when they are born until they are teenagers. People seem to think children are just small adults, this could not be more wrong especially when it comes to the changes in their bodies and health. Because children’s bodies are still growing and developing they need different things than an adult body does. A healthy mind, a healthy body and proper healthcare is very important in children. By having regular check-ups for growth and development, and taking care of any illnesses or issues that arise, Pediatric nurses and doctors can help children grow up strong and healthy.
Track 19: Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing
Psychiatric and mental health nursing is a specialty within nursing. Psychiatric mental health registered nurses work with individuals, families, groups, and communities, assessing their mental health needs. The PMHN develops a nursing diagnosis and plan of care, implements the nursing process, and evaluates it for effectiveness. Psychiatric Mental Health Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (PMH-APRNs) offer primary care services to the psychiatric-mental health population. PMH-APRNs assess, diagnose, and treat individuals and families with psychiatric disorders or the potential for such disorders using their full scope of therapeutic skills, including the prescription of medication and administration of psychotherapy. PMH-APRNs often own private practices and corporations as well as consult with groups, communities, legislators, and corporations.
Advanced practice registered nurses (APRN) earn masters or doctoral degrees in psychiatric-mental health nursing. APRNs apply the nursing process to assess, diagnose, and treat individuals or families with psychiatric disorders and identify risk factors for such disorders. They also contribute to policy development, quality improvement, practice evaluation, and healthcare reform. The practice of the psychiatric-mental health nurse (PMHN) as a Clinical Nurse Specialist or Nurse Practitioner is considered an advanced specialty in nursing. APRNs practice as Clinical Nurse Specialists (CNSs) or Nurse Practitioners (NPs). The doctoral degree for the advanced clinical practice of psychiatric nursing is the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP). APRNs also earn additional degrees (PhD and EdD) which prepare them to work as professors, researchers, or administrators. PMH-APRN practice authority varies by state.
Track 20: Surgical Nursing
A surgical nurse, also referred to as a theatre nurse, specializes in preoperative care which means they provide care to patients before, during and after surgery. Once you have completed your training to become and Registered Nurse or Enrolled Nurse, you then must complete extra training to become a theatre nurse. There are different specialty areas that theatre nurses can focus in; it just depends on which area they are interested in.
There are many different phasing during surgery where the theatre nurse is needed to support and assist the patient, surgeons, surgical technician, nurse anesthetists and nurse practitioners. Preoperative, the nurse must insure she helps to prepare the patient and operating room for the surgery. During the surgery, they must assist the anesthetist and surgeons when they are needed. The last phase is post-operative; the nurse must make sure they provide suitable care and treatments for the patients.
People who want to become surgical nurses attend nursing school and specialize in surgical nursing. They are often required to pass examinations administered by the government or by nursing certification boards before being allowed to work as nurses, and they may also be expected to attend periodic continuing education classes so that they keep up with developments in the nursing field.
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