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Why Study Nursing?

Posted by nursing krupanidhi
March 1, 2018

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Healthcare is evolving, with there being an increasing focus on preventive healthcare. The demand for nurses in leadership and support towards patient-centered care has increased in hospitals and other facilities.

In India, there are many good quality education providers in this field, of which Krupanidhi College Of Nursing, is one of the best nursing colleges in Bangalore.

The courses offered at Krupanidhi include a Diploma in General Nursing and Midwifery (GNM), Bachelors in Nursing (B.Sc) and Masters in Nursing (M.Sc).

The quality of critical thinking, which is a skill crucial to good leadership, is developed with bachelors in nursing. Nurses with a B.Sc, are prized for their abilities of critical thinking, leadership, case management and health promotion, along with the skills to practice across a variety of inpatient and outpatient settings. In essence, this is a degree that instills in you, much more beyond purely clinical skills.

Hospitals that recruit nurses with B.Sc in Nursing, claim to have lower mortality rates which indicates the increase in quality of patient healthcare overall.

To pursue a Masters degree in nursing at Krupanidhi, one can choose between the following specializations: Medical Surgical Nursing, Paediatric Nursing and Obstetrics and Gynaecological Nursing.

Many more job avenues open up for you, on the completion of an M.Sc in Nursing. The pay is better and it allows for a longer career, with the possibility of moving into administrative roles. On obtaining an M.Sc in Nursing, there comes a greater sense of autonomy in the work you would do. The work schedule also becomes more flexible and enjoyable.

Your role as an M.Sc degree holder will be as much about delivering care as it would be about molding best health practices. This means you are in a position to impact healthcare in a stronger way and could even play a part in how it is designed.

On successful completion of their course, nursing graduates can work as staff nurses, nurse educators, nurse researchers, nurse administrators, public health nurses, industrial nurses and school health nurses. Those inclined towards the education sector can take up teaching positions as assistant lecturers, lecturers, assistant professors, associate professors and professors in nursing schools and colleges.

Nursing is a fantastic and satisfying career and if you are someone who enjoys working with people directly and want to play a role in creating programs that will promote healthier and longer lives, then this is the right choice for you!

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