As you put together your first FNP resume, remember that thousands of new FNPs enter the job market every year.
Transitioning from staff nurse to nurse practitioner can be challenging. In your first year, you’ll be making a move from an experienced registered nurse (RN) to a novice family nurse practitioner (FNP).
Nurses are caring individuals, which is why many are naturally drawn to the profession. Although the work is rewarding, nurses are often faced with stressful workdays, long hours and unpredictable schedules.
Stretching back nearly 170 years, the history of nursing is a rich and fascinating one. See our infographic below for a timeline of significant events in nursing history.
Join Texas Woman's University in honoring the Year of the Nurse by looking back at recent changes in nursing practice.
The nursing profession has evolved tremendously since the birth of Florence Nightingale two centuries ago. But how has it shifted in modern times?
Nurse practitioners (NPs) can choose from multiple specializations, including adult geriatric (AGNP) certification and family nurse practitioner (FNP). Both paths offer bright outlooks. But if you’re debating about AGNP vs. FNP careers, this blog will shed light on common considerations.