Nurse Practitioner

Morgan Ness- 8th Hour Science

About the career

A nurse practitioner is a registered nurse who have become a specific area of nursing. People that work in this job work with children or familys.

Education you need

You need a masters degree or doctorate and classes that would be helpful is math,science,English,and social studies. Helpful high school classes would be Anatomy,Physiology, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Foreign Language,Statistics and Probability.

Cost of education

The college I picked was Metropolitan State University and the cost per year is $7,804, a 4 year tuition would be $31,216. I think that I would need to apply for loans, financial aid, and/or scholarships because it could help me afford things if I have trouble paying for them. I also think that I need to have part­-time job because it could help me afford things like clothes,food,etc... I think that I might want to do this career in the future because I didn't really know what kind of nurse I wanted to be but I want to be some kind of nurse or doctor, I read more about it and I got interested in it.

Survey

I surveyed my mom and there's where the results:

(Her answers)


housing for amount of time in college = $40,000

food/groceries for the amount of time I will be in college = $10,000

gas money for travelling/helping pay for carpooling during time at college= $4,000 clothing money for time at college= $4,000

Total tuition for total time at college= $50,000

Grand total= $180,000


Organizations that would be helpful for this career

One organization would be American Association of Nurse Practitioner and what they do is they help you become transforming patient centered health care. Link-https://www.aanp.org/about-aanp/strategic-focus


Another one would be Pediatric Nurse Practitioner they focus us on, pediatric focused advanced practice registered nurse, they also focus on improving the quality of health care for infants, children and adolescents,and to advancing the APRN's role in providing that care. Link-https://www.napnap.org/

Pros & Cons

Pros:

-Treating patents is rewarding

-Enjoy have responsibility for determining the course of treatment for patients.

-Give them a opportunity to use there skills and knowledge to there potential.


Cons:

-Don't like working long hours

-Difficult to change there work schedules

Job advertisement

"Do you want to have a fun job and work with people? Are you looking to be some type of nurse? Well a nurse practitioner is a job for you!" "Well what are they?" "Nurse practitioners are registered nurses but a specific area of nursing, they also work inside." "What are the education requirements?" "The normal stuff like math, science,language arts,and social studies." "The salary is $51,020 per year!" "So sign up now and become a nurse practitioner, today!"