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Certified Registered Anesthetist Nursing

A Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) is a licensed nurse similar to an anesthesiologist who offers anesthesia services.

Anesthesia Nursing

Nurse Anesthetists are nurses who have completed additional education and certification in order to specialize in administering anesthesia. These individuals must earn a graduate level degree and are considered to be advanced practice nurses. According to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics, most Nurse Anesthetists are employed by physicians' offices, though they are also employed by a variety of other organizations. In 2012, the BLS estimated that around 34,180 CRNAs were employed nationally.

Trauma Nursing

Trauma nursing is also called emergency nursing. As students will learn in nursing programs, trauma nursing is a nursing career where nurses care for and look after patients in the emergency or the critical phase stage of their injury or their illness.

Public Health Nursing

Public health nursing is a nursing specialty concerned with offering nursing services to improve the overall health of a community. A public health nurse can work in a public health clinic, where he or she can provide low-cost or free medical services to people who come from low-income backgrounds. Treatments at a public health clinic can consist of routine vaccinations, physical examinations, and other basic health services. Additional services that are available in public health clinics are things like educational classes for the community including baby care and nutrition. Public health nurses can also choose to work in a healthcare policy setting, where they assist in designing policy and approaches to tackle the health of a local community. Public health nurses may also be employed by the government, where they work to address public health concerns.

Primary Care Nursing

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Gastroenterology Nursing

Gastroenterology nurses, also referred to as endoscopy nurses, work with physicians in an effort to treat and diagnose patients with conditions that affect the gastrointestinal tract and the digestive system. These types of conditions include abdominal pains, cancer, ulcers, and reflux. Other types of conditions that are a regular part of this specialization include the removal of foreign bodies, dyspepsia, dysphagia, and carcinoma.