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  • During past decades, the changes in education have replaced from theory oriented approach to practical and application based approach and this plays a key role for those who chose nursing as career. They will be given education in various aspects of nursing and will further help them in getting expertise in a particular stream or department of Nursing. The knowledge they acquired through this will be helpful in making optimal decisions while treating their wards and while saving the lives of mankind.
     

    • Healthcare
    • Didactic Teaching
    • Inservice Education
    • Patient Education
  • Cardiac nursing is a specialty focused on preventing and treating conditions related to the heart. Like other nursing specialties, a profession in cardiac nursing requires an understanding of normal cardiac anatomy and physiology, keen assessment and monitoring skills, vast knowledge about cardiac disease and conditions, and ongoing education related to recommended prevention methods and treatment options. Cardiac nurses may work in inpatient or outpatient settings, care for medical or surgical patients, and see patients through acute illness or help them manage chronic disease.

    • Complex Cardiovascular Disorders
    • Cardiac Dysrhythmias
    • Cardiac Rhythm Analysis
    • Diagnostics Cardiovascular Nursing
    • Cardiovascular Nursing
  • Nurse practitioners are those who are well trained and educated Registered nurse professionals and have the responsibility and authority to diagnose and treat the patient. Nursing practice is justified by values that guide the way in which nursing care is provided

    • Nurse Midwives
    • Anesthetic Nursing
    • Clinical Nurse Specialists
    • Nursing Practitioners
  • In today’s Nursing and Healthcare environment it had become a challenge to have a leader. Identifying and developing a challenging leader to face the challenges in the Nursing profession and being a leader itself is a responsibility which involves guiding the nurses in a right path and also fighting for their rights when needed.

    • Nurse Leaders
    • Nurse Staffing
    • Nursing Informatics
    • Nurse Practitioners
    • Nurse educators
  • Clinical nursing is an advanced field, which means you could also become employed in education and leadership roles. There is a high demand for clinical nurse specialists, particularly because they are so advanced. They are able to work as a primary care provider, but they earn less than physicians, which puts them in particularly high demand. The demand is also for the expertise of clinical nurses, who are able to coach and mentor other nurses, thereby improving health outcomes across the board.

    • Clinical Decision Making
    • Clinical Nursing Specialist
    • Clinical Nursing Education
    • Clinical Nursing Research
    • Skills and Techniques in Clinical Nursing
  • It is a mixture of Nursing and Information Systems. It helps in storing medical data, records and also helps in making the work easier. A place where clinical nurse is there an informatics nurses’ will also be there. As these two play a key role in the entry to exit procedure of a patient.

    • Physical therapy
    • Occupational therapy
    • Public health
    • Pharmacy
    • Dental Nursing
    • Clinical medicine
  • There are wider ranges of topics in the field of Nursing from head to toe of a Human being. It includes cardiac, mental health, obstetric, surgical, holistic, travel, oncology, Critical Care, Tele, Legal, ICU, Forensic and so on. These are separated to make the treatment and cure easier and specific also many of those students can choose their stream of interest so that they can explore their passion as well.

    • Intensive and Critical Care Nursing
    • Anesthetist Nursing
    • Midwife Nursing
    • Dialysis Nursing
    • Emergency Nursing
    • Medical Surgical Nurse
    • Nurse Practitioners
  • Maternity care, likewise called as obstetrics, is a wellbeing calling that arrangements with the mastery in pregnancy, labor, and the baby blues period (counting care of the new-conceived), other than reproductive and sexual strength of ladies for the duration of their lives. An expert in maternity care is called as a midwife. A Women's Health Nurse Practitioner manages organization parts as basic control to women and gives focused fixation in areas like, pre-birth and postnatal anxiety care, life expectancy care through menopause, PCOS, conceptive restorative administrations and so on.

    • Menstrual Cycle
    • Breast Diseases
    • Women’s Reproductive Health Care
    • Ambulatory Care
    • Health Care Ethics
    • Midwifery Classes Online
  • Trauma and critical care is an essential aspect of medical treatment. Emergency Nursing is a specialty in which nurses care for patients in the emergency or critical phase of their illness or injury and are adept at discerning life-threatening problems, prioritizing the urgency of care, rapidly and effectively carrying out resuscitative measures and other treatment, acting with a high degree of autonomy and ability to initiate needed measures without outside direction, educating the patient and his family with the information and emotional support needed to preserve themselves as they cope with a new reality.

    • Liver failure and Encephalopathy
    • Brain Death, Organ Donation and Transplantation
    • Accidents and Emergency Nursing
    • Care of Chronic Patients
    • Acute respiratory failure and Ventilation
    • Acute Renal Failure and Hemofiltration
    • End of life care
  • Pediatric Nursing is the remedial consideration of neonates and adolescents up to puberty, generally speaking in an in-patient healing center or day-clinic. Neonatal attendants are enlisted medical caretakers who have some mastery in working with these young, vulnerable patients. Neonatal nursing is a part of human services that for the most part focuses in giving consideration and support for infants who were conceived rashly, or experiencing medical issues, for example, birth imperfections, diseases, or heart distortions. Various neonatal attendants work in Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), giving extremely specific therapeutic consideration to newborn children in risk.

    • Maternal & Child Nursing Care
    • Development Disability Nursing
    • Palliative Pediatric Nursing
    • Direct Nursing Care
  • Nursing care plan is a plan that provides the direction or way on the type of the individual/family/community may need. The main goal of nursing care plan is to provide standardized, evidence based holistic care.

    • Rationale and Evaluation
    • Interventions
    • Diagnosis
    • Holistic care
  • Nursing research is a research that helps in exploring the concepts of nursing further providing evidences to support the Nursing Practices that are currently in use. From initial days to till date there are many students or nurses who opt to become researchers in universities, colleges, research institutes as well as in healthcare settings.

    • Research on Evidence Based Practice
    • Qualitative Research
    • Clinical Nursing Research
  • The term shifted from evidence based medicine to “evidence-based practice” in 1980’s as clinicians other than physicians recognized the importance of scientific evidence in clinical decision-making. Various definitions of evidence-based practice (EBP) have emerged in the literature, but the most commonly used definition is, “the conscientious, explicit, and judicious use of the current be evidence in making decisions about the care of individual patients”.

    • New career pathways for nurses
    • Translational Research & Infrastructures
    • Health policy knowledge
    • Primary Care Services
    • Innovations in Nursing Education
    • Evidence-Based-Clinical/Non-Clinical Practice
  • Technology is rapidly changing the way nurses deliver patient care. Some of the new technologies which are must for patient monitoring in a safe and easy manner are Wireless Communication Systems, Real-Time Location Services, Wireless Patient Monitoring, Smart TVs, Point of Care Technology.

    • Electronic Charting
    • Lifting Devices for Patients
    • Smarter Alarm Systems
    • Enhanced diagnostic devices
    • GPS tagging
  • Mental nursing or Psychiatric nursing is that the claim to fame of nursing that thinks about people of any age with mental state or mental trouble, similar to dementia praecox, hyper depressive disease, psychosis, depression or dementia. Being a mental health nurse might be unpleasantly valued; anyway it might be an attempting and demonstrating feeling debilitating occupation additionally. Also as working all day, you'll conjointly work low maintenance or unemotionally amid this field. Enlisted medical caretakers will include the mental health field and those they may expand their capabilities by big business more study amid this field for either a graduate recognition or Master's qualification or applying to wind up affirmed emotional wellness nurture.

    • Physical Care
    • Therapeutic Relationship
    • Demonstrating Self-Awareness
    • Psychosocial interventions
  • Nursing science is the development of theories and practical concepts for improving how clinicians and patients administer care and manage conditions. It merges the worlds of natural, applied, and human science into a multi-dimensional lens that explores new and better ways to deliver health services. Nursing science stands at the forefront of the most significant trend in the medical services sector today: patient-centered care. Gone are the days of nursing as a purely task-oriented role. Today, nursing science contributes to the research and discovery of innovative approaches that improve health outcomes. Nurses know their patients best, and the trust and communication between nurses and their patients facilitate better diagnoses and experiences.

    • Development of Nursing Science
    • Nature of Nursing Science
    • Integrative Nursing Research
  • A neuroscience nurse is a nursing professional that helps patients suffering from neurological problems. This can include injuries, such as head and spinal trauma from accidents, or illnesses, such as Parkinson’s disease, meningitis, encephalitis, epilepsy, and multiple sclerosis. Neuroscience nurses also work with patients suffering from strokes and birth defects that have affected the nervous system.

    • Clinical Practice of Neurosurgical Nurse
    • Clinical Practice of Neurological Nurse
    • Caring for Neuro Surgical Patients
  • Forensic nursing is a cross between a healthcare profession and a judicial system profession. Forensic nurses perform duties that are much more specialized than nurses typically perform. They have a variety of roles, including evaluating and caring for victims of assault, domestic abuse, child and elder abuse, neglect, and sexual crimes. As they treat the victim, forensic nurses collect and secure evidence. The nurses must ensure they follow the chain of custody so the evidence is documented and remains admissible in court. Forensic nurses may be asked to testify in court about the medical information and the evidence that they have collected. Forensic nursing sub-specialties include death investigations, medical-legal consulting, and forensic psychiatric nursing.

    • Correctional Nursing
    • Death Investigation
    • Sexual Assault
    • Intimate Partner Violence
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