Entry Level and Advanced Nursing Certifications
Once you obtain your degree as a registered nurse and you continue your education in nursing you will come to a point where you may choose to go down one specific path and specialize in one area of nursing. Below are some certifications you may begin to obtain as soon as you become a registered nurse and others you may obtain as you continue your education in nursing
Nurse Practitioner Certifications
- Adult Care
- Psychiatric Mental Health
- Family NP
- School Nursing
- Acute Care
- Primary Care
Clinical Nurse Specialist Certifications
- Adult Health
- Adult Gerontology
- Adult Psychiatric / Mental Health
- Child/Adolescent Psychiatric / Mental Health
- Home Health
- Public and Community Health
Speciality Nurse Certifications
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