Applicants should have a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing (BSN) and have completed the NCLEX-RN test to be accepted into the advanced program. Nurses with FNP degrees are prepared to work as primary care clinicians for patients of all ages, from infants to adults. FNPs can care for families and people throughout their lives, including during pregnancy, according to their lifespan-centered strategy. A three-year FNP curriculum focuses on illness symptomatology, anatomy, also ethical standards, among other topics. FNP graduates must do hands-on clinical practice in family responsibilities as part of the degree.
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