Master of Science in Nursing (MSc Nursing) is an advanced study program for registered nurses who have completed their Bachelor Degree in Nursing. This increases the credential process required for specialized professional practice, including advanced practice nurses and nurse practitioners. It enables to get jobs like Nurse Educators or any roles in the top management level. The focus of the study is on a clinical specialty.
A benefit of securing a MSc Nursing degree in today’s scenario is: the health sector is filled up with BSc Nursing nurses. Meanwhile a professional with a Masters degree in Nursing (MSN) will benefit greater marketability across the globe as an anticipation to shortage of physicians opens opportunities for advanced practice nurses to assume job roles of greater clinical responsibility.
Areas of employment are:
Nurse Educators/Lecturers, nursing administration, Health policy expert, clinical nurse leader, Insurance companies and other major MNC companies. The MSN degree prepares a pathway to students, to earn their doctorate/PHD/DNP, which enables the nurses to get higher job positions such as, advanced practice registered nurse (nurse practitioner, clinical nurse specialist, nurse anesthetist, nurse midwife) in the health sector.
50% pass in BSc Nursing/Post Basic/Post Certificate BSc Nursing from any of the recognized university
2 years (Two Years)
Generalist: Student nurse, Clinical nurse, Licensed practical nurse, Registered nurse, Graduate nurse.
Advance Practice: Clinical nurse specialist, Nurse Anesthetist, Nurse Midwife, Nurse Educator, Nursing Lecturer, Nurse practitioner.
Graduates can start working as a Clinical nurse in the department of pediatric mostly in hospitals and clinic. Pediatric nursing is the most rewarding nursing specialties where the demand is high and expected to grow. Nurses who are skilled in this specialty will be needed even more globally. High demand will likely lead to career advancement and pay increases for nurses who can deliver great care to kids.
Career as a Psychiatric Nurse:
Jobs and positions varies from private practices to consulting with corporations, as Psychiatric nurse will be working in treating mental illness with a wide range of solutions including prescribing medication and practicing psychotherapy.The positions they will have can varied The normalization of mental health issues such as depression and PTSD, through main stream media and the affordable care acts increased provision for treating mental health, have lead to an increase in demand for mental health professions. This field has much potential for growth and has already started to experience a potential increase in demand.
Career as a Community Nurse
Community nurses will be working closely with healthcare facilities in clinics, poly clinics, small or local hospitals, trauma centers, government agencies and non-profit organizations, community health centers and research facilities.
Assisted living, Ambulatory care nursing, Faith community nursing, Flight nurse, Home care, Home health nursing, Care home nursing, Community children’s nurse, Community learning disability nurse, community Midwife, Prison nurse, District nurse, GPN, Health Visitor, Homeless outreach nurse, Alongside work with paramedics, occupational health nurse, Palliative care nurse, Public health nurse, Military nurse, Private duty nurse, School nursing, Tele nursing
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