Women's Health NP Careers
Provide In-Demand, Specialized Care as a Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner
Women’s health practitioners serve an essential role. The needs of female patients are unique across the lifespan and require highly knowledgeable, specialized healthcare professionals.
- Nurse practitioners are expected to be the fastest growing profession between 2021 and 2031.1
- Employment of nurse practitioners and other advanced practice nurses is expected to grow 40 percent by 2031.2
- An increase in demand will result in 118,600 new jobs between 2021 and 2031.2
As a women’s health NP, you’ll meet the growing need for nurse practitioners while providing expert, compassionate care to women at various stages of their lives. Carlow’s comprehensive MSN WHNP program will prepare you to become a well rounded, board-certified nurse practitioner.
Women’s Health Nurse PRactitioner
Women’s health nurse practitioners provide care to females at various points in their lifespan. They can write prescriptions, order tests, refer patients and treat non-life-threatening conditions. Depending on the setting they work in, WHNPs can provide preventative care as well as pregnancy and menopausal care, and they can perform cancer screenings and fertility evaluations. They are trained to counsel patients on contraceptive options and provide care for acute and chronic illnesses affecting women.
WHNPs can work in a variety of settings, including the following:
- Private practices
- OBGYN offices
- Fertility clinics
- Women’s health offices
- Family planning clinics
- Women’s prisons
- Prenatal clinics
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Program Outcomes: Specialized Clinical Skills for Your NP Career
When you complete this program, you’ll be able to:
- Assess, treat, counsel and monitor women’s healthcare.
- Provide prescriptions, order tests, refer patients and treat non-life-threatening conditions.
- Make medical diagnoses, develop comprehensive treatment plans for patients and manage patients’ chronic health conditions.
- Evaluate and modify approaches to healthcare delivery using principles of continuous quality improvement.
- Supervise a healthcare team.
- Collaborate as a member of an interdisciplinary team.
- Conduct medical research.
- Develop patient education programs.
- Engage with policymakers to further the interests of patients and the nursing profession.
Advancing your career as a nurse practitioner is quite an undertaking, but our team of instructors and our diverse student community is ready to help you succeed.