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Registered Nursing

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Ruth Rodriguez

on 21 May 2010

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Transcript of Registered Nursing

Registered Nurses
How much do
$$ they earn?$$ Registered nurses make up the
largest healthcare occupation,
with 2.6 million jobs most registered nurses(RNs)earn between $47,700 and $69,800 annually, with the higest-paid nurses earning a national average of over $83,400. why are registered nurses importantin the medical field? Job outl k for the fututre!!! What are their duties? Where do registered nurses work? Different types of nurses. 60% of the nurses work in hospitals 8% works in physician's offices 5%in home healthcare services 5% in nursing care facilities and 3% employment services. The remeinder of the nurses work in goverment agencies, social assistance agencies, and educational services. The job expectations for registered nurses is expected to be excellent,but may vary by employment and geographic setting.Employment of RNs is expected to grow much faster than the average, 581,500 new jobs will result, among the largest number of new jobs for any occupation. Additionally, hundreds of thousands of job openings will result from the need to replace experienced nurses who leave the occupation. The main reason why registered nurses are important is because they are the ones that spend more time with the patients, they are also in charge of making patients feel more comfortable during their visit. Certified Nurse Assistant(CNA)
Registered Nurse(RN)
Public Health Nurse(PHN)
Licenced Practical Nurse(LPN)
Nurse Practitioner
Nurse Midwife
Certified Registered Anesthetist(CRNA)
Home Health Nurse(HHN)
Occupational Health Nurse
Licensed Vocational Nurse
They Record symptoms and changes in the patient's overal condition.
They establish or contribute to an exixting plan of care for the patient.
They administer and discontinue medication and directly take part in other therapies or treatments.
Communicating at work.
Educating patients and their families or family members.
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