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Registered Nurse

Registered Nurses provides a lot of care towards their patients and also with their health care, support, information.
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Chia Engichy

on 26 March 2013

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Registered Nurse Registered Nurses (RNs) are healthcare professionals that care for patients and educate them about their health. Description: I've had an interest in the medical field ever since elementary school. Nursing became an early interest towards me because of the medical aspect but also the taking part in helping a patient in some way. I want to be able to help people who are in need or sick and hoping to make a huge impact on that person's life. The nurses' amount of care, time, and love that they put into their patients really inspired me to become a nurse. Why did you choose this career? That's me!^^ Educational Requirements: Registered nurses must graduate from a nursing program approved by the state and the National League for Nursing. They also need a Bachelor's degree, associate degree.
Registered Nurses has to have a high school diploma or earn a GED to enroll in the programs and this is required for all nursing students.
Attending colleges and universities for bachelors degree for about four years
Registered Nurses have to complete programs approved by the state and by the National League for Nursing (NLN).
The NLN accepts baccalaureate degree, associate degree, and diploma programs.
Recommended Schools Registered Nurses works in hospitals, doctors' offices, nursing homes, and clinics.
They may work days, nights, weekends, or holidays but it varies with their patients.
Registered Nurses training usually lasts three to four years
They work prior to 40 hours a week. Working Conditions Registered Nurses work under supervision of doctors
Providing care, patience towards individual patients
They need to understand the patients' health problems, their physical and emotional response to their health and treatment, and the changes to treat or support the patients.
Nurses educates their patients by telling them to promote good health
EX: Disease Prevention Tasks, & responsibilities: Salary Range: The salary ranges from $47,460 to $84,300 in Wisconsin. Nationally the salary ranges from $44,190 to $95,130. Registered nurses, through work experience, specialization, and advanced degrees, become supervisors or nurse administrators. Some go into teaching or research or become nurse specialists or practitioners. Advancements: A Caring Nature- if a person can not care for a person then they can not become a nurse, and you also need a caring heart for your patients and developing a relationship with them.
Patience- You are under a lot of stress when you are working with people especially in the hospital, you especially need this characteristic.
Be detailed oriented- you have to remember everything including patients medications, and you also have to write down a lot of records of each patients'
Being emotionally stabled- You are rejoiced with happiness when you see a patient recovering but also feel sad and grief when one passes away Characteristics: Preparatory Courses: The courses you would need to be registered nurse include: Anatomy and Physiology, Biology, Chemistry, Medical Terminology, and Psychology.
- Tech Prep Program Thank You!:)) By: Chelsea Masasy Engichy Credentials and Licensure A nursing license is a credential granted by an individual state.
* Be of a good moral character
* Meet educational requirements
* Meet examination requirements and training http://education-portal.com/articles/Top_Schools_for_Registered_Nurses.html
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