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Choosing a Nursing Specialty

If you are already an RN and thinking about advancing your career, perhaps you should choose a nursing specialty practice.   With so many nursing fields to choose from, you might have a hard time selecting one.   Are you interested in legal nurse consulting, forensic nursing, nursing education, patient education, surgical nursing, holistic nursing, etc.   You have a long list!    In the end you need to decide on what makes you happy.   What you enjoy doing.   Lastly what nursing specialty field could you do for the rest of your life.   Perhaps this article below about choosing your specialty can help.

A female nurse with a puzzled look on her face

A nurse as she wonders what nursing specialty is best for her.

By Betty Nelson, PhD, RN
From Nurse Together

Choosing a Nursing Specialty

If you’re considering a career in nursing, you may be wondering how to determine what specialty is right for you. If you are already a nurse, you may be considering your next step. The best specialization for you rests at the intersection of your inspirations, interests, skills, and lifestyle needs.

For the full article please go here.

Ultimately you know what the best nursing specialty is for you.    No one can tell you what you should be.   They can only point you down the right direction.

If you want to learn more about nursing specialties, you might be interested in our online certification webpage. 


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