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Practice Areas 2017-10-17T11:35:15+00:00

Interested in a Clinical Nurse Leader career? While a Clinical Nurse Leader can work in various settings, different roles mean different responsibilities. The most common practice areas where a CNL can be found are highlighted below. To learn more about each, navigate via the list at left.

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You will need at least a MSN with a concentration in Clinical Nurse Leadership or a similar program. This is because a CNL needs to be a resource for their nursing team, and the MSN assures that a nurse is clinically competent to do that.  There are also Post-Master’s Certificate programs that will prepare any nurse already carrying an MSN degree for the CNL exam.

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Interested in a Clinical Nurse Leader career? Our list of practice areas features the most popular areas including military, private practice, and beyond.
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