1-Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (137.500£/Year)
Nurse anesthetists provide anesthesia and related care before and after surgical, therapeutic, diagnostic, and obstetrical procedures. They also provide pain management and emergency services, such as airway management. The practice of anesthesia is a recognized specialty within the profession of nursing, and nurse anesthetists are essential to the health care workforce. The Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) administers anesthesia for all types of surgical cases, from the simplest to the most complex. CRNAs provide anesthesia in collaboration with surgeons, anesthesiologists, and other qualified health care professionals and practice in every setting in which anesthesia is delivered, including traditional hospital surgical suites and obstetrical delivery rooms, ambulatory surgical centers, dentists’ offices, pain management clinics, and more. They have long held an important role on the battlefield as well.
2-General Nurse Practitioner (89.000£/Year)
A nurse practitioner is an advanced practice nurse that helps with all aspects of patient care, including diagnosis, treatments, and consultations. They may work in both inpatient and outpatient situations and can perform independently or as part of a treatment team. Generally, nurse practitioners perform the important task of educating patients about preventative care and prescribed treatments. They may also conduct physicals, order tests, and serve as a patient’s primary healthcare provider. Some nurse practitioners are also able to prescribe medications.
3-Clinical Nurse Specialist (80.500£/Year)
Clinical nurse specialists are expert clinicians with advanced education and training in a specialized area of nursing practice who work in a wide variety of health care settings they are providing provide diagnosis, treatment, and ongoing management of patients. They also provide expertise and support to nurses caring for patients at the bedside, help drive practice changes throughout the organization and ensure the use of best practices and evidence-based care to achieve the best
possible patient outcomes.
4-Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner (80.000£/Year)
The role of the PMHNP is to assess, diagnose, and treat the mental health needs of patients. Many PMHNPs provide therapy and prescribe medications for patients who have mental health disorders or substance abuse problems. PMHNPs may also provide physical and psychosocial assessments, emergency psychiatric care, and treatment effectiveness evaluations. Nurses interested in this career path should be aware that most PMHNPs working in inpatient settings have traditional working hours with some night shifts when they are on call.
5-Certified Nurse Midwife (80.000£/Year)
Certified Nurse-Midwives (CNMs) do more than just deliver babies. CNMs provide health care and wellness care to women, which may include family planning, gynecological checkups, and prenatal care. Although their approach is somewhat different, CNMs in many ways offer similar care to that of an OB/GYN doctor. Perhaps their most important job, however, is helping mothers birth their babies safely and naturally. They help patients manage their labor and monitor both the moms and babies during the delivery to ensure safety. In some cases, they work under the supervision or in collaboration with physicians during C-section births.
6-Neonatal Intensive Care Nurse (78.000£/Year)
A neonatal intensive care nurse is a licensed RN with an ADN, BSN, or advanced degree. They care for newborns who need round-the-clock attention. These young patients are typically born prematurely or with some type of illness or developmental defect, which can sometimes lead to long stays in the NICU. Some will need to stay in NICU for two years, and to provide such expansive and dedicated care, NICU nurses typically work long shifts (8-16 hours per day) that include nights, weekends, and holidays.
They typically care for one to four newborns per shift.