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Courtney Clossey

on 9 December 2013

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- take and document patient vital signs
- educate patient and parents
- obtain information for diagnosis
- communicate with other medical care
- sterilize equipment and exam rooms
- arrange for hospital admissions
What are the requirements?
FIRST STEP: Either an Associate's or Bachelor's Degree in Nursing

SECOND STEP: Passing score on NCLEX-RN examination

THIRD STEP: State licensure as an RN

FOURTH STEP: 1800 hours of experience
in a pediatric clinical setting
Furthering education opportunities
A Master's of Science in Nursing allows you to become a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, with a total of 6 to 8 years of schooling

Pediatric nurse practitioners can have their own practices

Many parents prefer pediatric nurse practitioners
What is the salary?
The median salary is about
per year

The salary can range from

per year

A pediatric nurse practitioner
can earn up to

What is the focus of pediatric nursing?
Medical care provided to children from infancy through late teenage years

Communicate with and provide healthcare education to children and their parents
A day in the life
pediatric nurses:
Career Outlook
Very bright outlook: highly demanded profession

Demand is expected to increase 26% by the year 2020

Currently 2,324 jobs available
in the United States
Working environments
- doctor's offices
- clinics
- hospitals
- emergency rooms
- surgical centers
Courtney Clossey
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