Nurse Care and Education

Nursing education includes instruction in topic areas. These are nursing assessment, nursing diagnosis, and nursing care plan. Nursing schools offer an array of degree opportunities, from associate degrees through postgrad programs. Each level is considered to meet different career needs, so courses, curricula, and skills learned differ. Bachelor’s degrees in nursing usually require students to complete a combination of general education, core nursing, and elective courses. Junior-level nursing degrees typically require two to three years of full-time study, but some schools offer accelerated programs, including programs for LPNs to get an AND. Research and graduate and vocational schools are Offering a Master of Science in Nursing programs, some of be completely partly online. Courses and curricula differ, but most of the schools offer advanced training in the theories, research methods, and leadership skills APNs and nursing administrators employ in a varied variety of clinical settings.


  • Track 1-1 Registered nurse
  • Track 2-2 Licensed practical nurse
  • Track 3-3 Travel nurse
  • Track 4-4 Nurse practitioner
  • Track 5-5 Intensive care unit
  • Track 6-6 Medical-surgical nurse
  • Track 7-7 Emergency room nurse
  • Track 8-8 Operating room (OR) nurse

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