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Neonatal Nurse Labor and Delivery Nurse

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on 23 September 2014

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Transcript of Neonatal Nurse Labor and Delivery Nurse

Dress Code
Personal Characteristics
Education
Experience
Personality Traits

Interested in this Job
Neonatal Nurse Description
Neonatal nurses work
with newborn infants who
are at risk, or who have been delivered too early.
Neonatal Nurse & Labor and Delivery Nurse
Work Conditions
Neonatal nurses may work in a number
of different locations including
traditional hospital
maternity wards
ICU
women’s clinics
Risks on the job
Hours of Work
Many neonatal nurses work
12-hour day or night shifts;
however, some nurseries offer
8-10 hour shifts.

Salary
Dress Code
Personal Characteristics
Education
Cost of Education
Employment outlook
Interested in Job
Resources
http://www.nann.org/education/content/neonatal-nursing-career-info.html
http://allnurses.com/nicu-nursing-neonatal/neonatal-nurse-questionaire-277680.html
http://nursejournal.org/neonatal-nursing/nicu-nursing-careers-salary-outlook/
http://www.ndsu.edu/admission/cost_tuition/
http://education-portal.com/articles/Neonatal_Nurse_Educational_Requirements_for_a_Neonatal_Nursing_Career.html
Labor and Delivery Nurse
Work Environment
Hours of Work
Salary
Education
Cost of Education
Employment Outlook
Resources
Mentally able to handle the death of infants frequently.
Physical demand on your body.
Average salary per
year is $58,000
Professional Scrubs
Professionalism
Communication Skills
Organization and Diligence
Ability to Control Emotions



Bachelor's of Science in Nursing (BSN) program
NDSU: $60,888 for BSN or RN (4 years)
According to the U.S.
Bureau of Labor Statistics,
nursing employment across
the board was expected to
increase by 22% from 2008-2018.
Yes, because helping infants survive their first couple weeks of life. Working with babies all day would be the best job.
They care for women during
labor and childbirth, monitoring
the baby and the mother,
coaching mothers and assisting doctors.
Labor and delivery nurses are
employed by hospitals,
clinics and physicians’ offices,
as well as maternity and birthing
centers.
The bureau projects a
19% job growth rate for
nurses of all specialties over
the 2012-2022 decade.
http://education-portal.com/articles/Labor_and_Delivery_Nursing_Vocations_Job_Duties_Career_Options_and_Requirements_for_Becoming_a_Labor_and_Delivery_Nurse.html
http://education-portal.com/articles/How_to_Become_a_Labor_and_Delivery_Nurse.html
https://www.discovernursing.com/specialty/labor-and-delivery-nurse#.VB4IEChU4-A
Yes, more so the delivery part of this job than labor part.
Average salary per year $63,000.
Risks on the job
Getting a disease through bodily fluids.
Up to 12 hour shifts day or night shifts;
however, some nurseries offer
8-10 hour shifts.
Math and Science requirements
statistics
microbiology
anatomy
physiology
Professional Scrubs
Associate's degree in nursing (ADN)
Become Licensed RN
Work Experience
NDSU: $60,888 for BSN or RN (4 years)
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