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Transcript of Registered Nurse
Assist physicians in providing treatment to patients suffering from various medical conditions
They are concerned for each patient and provides them with special care
There are many opportunities obtainable for nurses such as travel, caring for ill people, and aiding specialist.
A diploma, an Associate Degree in Nursing or a Bachelors of Science Degree in Nursing
Must pass a national licensing examination to obtain a nursing license.
determined by nursing specialty, education, place of employment, shift worked, geographic location, and work experience
starting salary for someone with no work experience is approximately $48,000.
the more work experience a person has, the greater the salary.
stressful and painful to the body
stability to cope with human suffering, emergencies, and other stresses that may occur while on or off duty
Types of Nurses
Can specialize in areas such as pediatric nurses, neonatal nurses, and nurse anesthetists.
Each specific nursing path has different programs and training required.
A Day In the Life
work in clean, well-lit, and well-ventilated hospitals, clinics, research centers, industrial and corporate wellness centers, nursing homes, hospices, offices or classrooms.
must pass the NCLEX
exam tells whether you are a certified nurse or not
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("Neonatal Nurses" 21)
never an average or typical day
being someone’s role model
perks of being able to do new things and meet new people
rewarding to know you made a sick person feel better
job openings are rapidly high
growth driven by: technological advances in patient care
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career will always be needed by people
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Leeds High School FCCLA
Leeds High School