Category: Nursing Specialities

Hematology Nursing

Hematology nurses care for individuals with blood disorders like hemophilia, sickle-cell anemia, leukemia, and other diseases of the blood. Continue reading

Nurse Administrators

Nurse administrators work at the top levels in health care and hospital administration. They guide the nursing employees of a facility or institution and oversee general nursing administration. Continue reading

Pediatric Nursing

The median annual salary for pediatric nurses is $52,330 according the the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, BLS, and today, we are list more pediatric nursing jobs than any other nursing job board on the Internet. Continue reading

Parish Nurses

Parish nurses care for individuals who are part of a church community. They provide health information that affects the entire congregation. They also act as facilitators between the church, community, and hospital. Continue reading

Diabetes Management Nursing

Diabetes management nurses provide care to individuals who have complications arising from diabetes. These nurses have special knowledge of the endocrine system, which involves pituitary, thyroid, parathyroid, pineal body, reproductive, and hypothalamus glands. They also provide care to patients with polycystic ovary syndrome. Continue reading

Nurse Entrepreneurs

Nurse entrepreneurs teach and mentor future nurses. They work in classrooms and in practice environments, prepare lessons plans, and inspiring and encouraging nursing students. Continue reading

Labor and Delivery Nursing

Labor and delivery nurses care for women who are in labor or who have recently had children. They also care for women who may experience complications with their child delivery. Continue reading

Occupational Health Nursing

Occupational health nurses are responsible for on-site care of workers. They combine public health and nursing theory to prevent illness and accidents and to keep workers healthy. Continue reading

Forensic Nursing

Forensic nurses help law enforcement with investigations of sexual assault, accidental death, abuse, and physical assault. They also provide care to the victims of such crimes. Continue reading

Case Management Nurses

Case management nurses coordinate care for patients who need long-term therapy. Continue reading