Options for Advanced Education

February 2007
Critical Care Nurse;Feb2007 Supplement, Vol. 27, p28
Academic Journal
The article provides information on career opportunities for nurses who want advanced degrees but still want to provide bedside care. It notes the opportunites for nurses to become clinical nurse specialists, nurse practitioners, and case managers. It also presents roles for nurses in education, management, research, industry, government, and entrepreneurship.


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