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The salary for a CNM varies again with the state and can range anywhere from $70-89,000 annually [And18]. I feel like Jennifer may like working as a CNM, however may not be interested in the responsibility of practicing autonomously, similar to a CNP.Clinical Nurse Specialist Of all the directions Jennifer could go with her education, I feel that the CNS would give her the most satisfaction in what her goals are s a nurse. A CNS “work to improve patient outcomes by applying theory and research to improve the efficiency and success of nursing systems”[And18]. They work in direct patient care while also collaborating with thosein every level of healthcare to promote improved patient outcomes. They can work with populations ranging from neonates to gerontology and in settings from the ER to Critical Care[And18]. The CNS is held accountable for their own practice, however they are unable to work independently as a practitioner. The salary of a CNS ranges from $68 to $86,000 annually. I feel that, with what Jennifer stated as her goals for her career, this would be the best fit for her. Bekah ReferencesAndvanced Practice Registered Nursing. (2018). Retrieved from GraduateNursingEDU: Code of Ethics for the Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist.(2013). Retrieved from American Association of Nurse Anesthetists: -aana-com-web-documents-(all)/code-of-ethics-for-the-crna.pdf?sfvrsn=d70049b1_2
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