Women Health Nursing is continuing and comprehensive health care for women throughout their lifespan. Women Health Nurse Practitioners provide well-woman care, reproductive and gynecological care as well as prenatal and postpartum care. WHNPs also concentrate on health promotion, disease prevention, health education, and assisting patients make smart lifestyle choices. For many reasons, the demand for women’s health nurse practitioners is high. More than half of the U.S. population consists of women, and women tend to use health care services more frequently than men, according to research. An approximately 12,000 to 15,000 nurses have finished the required instructional criteria and are now eligible as women’s health nurse practitioners. Women’s health nurse practitioners can also operate their own independent practices. Women's health nurse practitioners average salary is $90,981 per year.
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