- A Family Practice Nurse (FNP) provides healthcare for individuals and families across all demographics and diseases.
- They generally work with family units, and their duties also include disease prevention and health promotion as well as direct care.
- They may work in a variety of settings, including conventional doctor’s offices, clinics, private homes, schools, or hospitals.
- They develop treatment plans for their patients, educate and guide patients and patient families, conduct exams, understand how health changes as people age, and may prescribe medication.
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