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MSN-FNP vs. DNP-FNP: Which to Pursue?

When pursuing a career as an FNP, you have a choice between completing an MSN-FNP or DNP-FNP degree program.

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What Careers Offer The Best MSN Nursing Salary?

The health care industry is expanding fast, and employment is on the rise. Learn about some of the best-paying jobs for nurses with an MSN.

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Online or On-campus: Which MSN-FNP Is Right for You?

The online and on-campus MSN-FNP programs each offer unique strengths. Prospective students should evaluate some key factors when comparing options.

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A Look at The 3 Paths to The Bradley University MSN-FNP

How can you begin the journey toward a family nurse practitioner career? Here are three paths offered as part of the Bradley University online FNP program.

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What’s The Difference Between a DNP vs. MSN?

Here’s what to know about the differences between a DNP degree vs. MSN degree and what you can expect from master’s and doctoral nursing programs.

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Practice Independently with an MSN-FNP Degree

With a nationwide doctor shortage, the Family Nurse Practitioner role can open doors for ambitious nursing professionals looking for clinical autonomy.

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What is Full Practice Authority for Nurse Practitioners?

Full practice authority means Nurse Practitioners and other APRNs can deliver patient care without physician supervision. However, practice laws vary by state.

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Work-life Balance While Studying for an MSN-FNP

Studying for an MSN can add stress to an already hectic schedule. This article will examine some effective strategies for maintaining a healthy work-life.

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Inpatient vs. Outpatient Challenges Faced by FNPs

Like most medical professionals, FNPs work in both inpatient and outpatient settings, each of which comes with distinct challenges and opportunities.

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Earn an MSN-FNP to Work in a Variety of Settings

In addition to covering extensive clinical ground, NPs have wide operational footprints, making their presence known in numerous health care settings.

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