Transcript: Resources and Referrals Why I chose this Career Work Environment cont. Thank you! Education and Training Career Opportunities Rutgers Second Degree BS in Nursing Program 14 month degree program License to practice: National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) Salary: Median pay in 2016 was$68,450 per year Growth Opportunity: Job Outlook: Employment is projected to grow 16 percent from 2014 to 2024, much faster than the average for all occupations. What am I good at? Work Environment Where: Hospitals, physicians’ offices, nursing and residential care facilities, home health care, and government Colleagues: Healthcare related and non healthcare related professionals What is it like? Shifts (nights, weekends, holidays, and on call) Dress code: Scrubs embroidered with the hospital’s logo and the words “Registered Nurse.” Agency/ Company Culture: HIPPA Thank you! Career: Nursing
Transcript: Why do we need a nurse? they prescribe us medicine. they diagnose our sickness they find cures How do you become a nurse? the median salary for a registered nurse was $66,220 in 2013. How much money? A nurse is someone who is trained to care for the sick or infirm, especially in a hospital. They also give medicine and attention to a sick person. Career Presetation What Is A Nurse? The first requirement in becoming a registered nurse is to obtain the proper education. Many nurses opt to earn an ADN to obtain an entry-level nursing job After obtaining the required education, you must pass a licensure exam before you can become a registered nurse.
Transcript: 3rd Degree Sunburn Retirement Homes Employent and Salary! URI's Critical thinking skills Shadowing! Compassion BENEFITS! SKILLS NEEDED! In contact with blood, urine, and other bodily fluids THANK YOU ! Hospitals Mental Health Institutions Pay close attention to detail Education! Dr. Homan! Records patient's medical history and symptoms. $60,370 Ear irrigation Employment is expected to rise 26% from 2010 to 2020. Retirement Plans! Medical,Vision,Dental! Tumbles and Fumbles! Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) : $77,912 to $189,053 Observe patients Explain what to do at home after treatment Teach patients how to monitor illness. UTI Urine Test Specializing! It is estimated that by the year 2020 there will be a shortage of about 800,000 nurses. UTI's Mean annual wage: Airborne sicknesses "We may walk around here with our chests puffed out acting like we own the place, but when we really take the time to think about it we realize we need nurses more than anything. They help us out once we get older and they keep us in line. If you are thinking about becoming a nurse.. do it! Doctors like me are going to need nurses like you." -Dr. Homan Drug/Pregnancy Tests Only real difference is time spent in school Communication Skills Mean hourly wage: Vaccinations Holiday Pay! Interview! Health Factors: EDUCATION! Consult with doctors. ADN vs BSN In order to do this you must get your MSN and take a test to certify you in this field. Job Description NURSING! Starting pay for both is the same $29.02 Things I saw: By Anna Smith Salary can range from $40,000 to around $80,000. Schools 2 or 3 weeks of vacation time! Perform tests and analyze results NCLEX-RN Stephanie Manning! Clinics Physically and emotionally stable Patience Operate and monitor medical equipment Administers medication and provides treatment (National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses)
Transcript: Dylan Owen Registered Nurse General $68,450 per year Bachelor's Degree Travel Nurse General Responsibilities Responsibilities Assess patients’ conditions Record patients’ medical histories and symptoms Observe patients and record the observations Administer patients’ medicines and treatments Environment Hospitals Schools Homes Environment Outlook Outlook 15% 2016-2026 Demand greatly increased Career Career Good Money 24 hour shifts Good Career Work at hospitals Volunteer Presentation Details Presentation Details I learned that you will be on call all the time. https://www.bls.gov/ooh/healthcare/registered-nurses.htm#tab-1
Transcript: Using math as a nurse Thank You! Who is Irma? Irma Gonzalez Math is used for: How is math used? Subtopic 1 Example Topic 3 Question #1 Text Text Picture Picture Topic 4 Question #2
Transcript: NNurse Presented by PERSON for COMPANY About.. What is nursing? Helpful Epathetic Organized Quick Thinker Caring ~ Nurses care for patients ~ They are the comunicati... ~ Nurses care for patients ~ They are the comunication between the doctors and patients ~ Administering medician What does a nurse do? The medium salary for a nurse is $67,490 Deeper into what they do... The daily jobs or requirements of a nurse is to help the patients with breathing, turning in bed, coughing or swallowing foods or drinking liquids. Nurses have to get an emotinal attatchment to the patients so they feel comfortable. They prevent complications and suffering to there best ability. The medium salary for a nurse is $67,490 What Education is needed... What Education is needed... ~An associates degree in nursing (ADN) ~Bachelors of science degree in nursing (BSN) ~An approved diploma from an approved nurse Courses... High school courses... English: 4 years Math: 3-4 years Social Science: 3-4 years (Including biology and chemistry Physics and computer science are recommended) Day in the life... Day in the life... Morning ~ First thing a nurse would do is talk to the previous nurse about patients and review records of them. Then we would get on preparations like look over patients test that will be happening that day, work on schedules with doctors and check emails. After that we would get on setting up the eguiptment. Once thats set up we would call and ask about are patients test and make sure they will be on schedule. As time goes on patients are checked on and vitals are taken. Threw all of this we are taking detailed data. We are always along side the doctor to assist in whichever way the particular situation is. Mid-day ~ By this time it is lunch time so we would be sitting down and eating a healthy meal. But remember we are nurses so this healthy meal can be interrupted anytime. If you were to ask any nurse they would tell you that it is a very hectic job and no two days are the same. Afternoon ~ As the day goes on more patients are dealt with. By this time we are tired and wann go home. We get a breather between emergencied, appointments, testing and scheduling. We continue to see patients and check ICU procedures. By the end of the day we are left almost entirely depleted of energy. My opinion... My opinion... I love being a nurse but it can be very overwhelming and hectic. I enjoy the fact that I can leave at the end of every day and know I did something to help someone. On the other hand you have to be prepared for anything that comes through that door and have to be prepared for something to go very wrong. Sometimes it can become hard if you connect well with a person and something happens. It is also what I love to do, its my passion. Advice... My advice to you is to always be positive and always be caring. Listen to the patients. Always think how they are feeling act like you were in there shoes. At the end of the day you can tell yourself that you helped people in need.
Transcript: "How to Become a Nurse's Aide - Training and Career Guide." InnerBody. N.p., n.d. Web. 06 May 2016. "CNA Licensing Requirements." CNA Licensing Requirements. N.p., n.d. Web. 06 May 2016. "Summary." U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, n.d. Web. 06 May 2016. The standard minimum age for those who wish to apply for a license is between 16 to 18 years old. Flexible schedules as a CNA allow students to work part time while finishing their high school education and continuing their education on to a community or four year university.While some states do allow licensure as early as 16 years of age, certain employers may not hire you until you are at least 18. This is important to keep in mind as your license may be suspended if you do not meet minimum employment requirements for maintaining your license in your state. In order to work in any area of nursing, you will need to have a clean record. You will eventually be screened to ensure you are free of criminal convictions, chemical dependency and drug abuse, mental health conditions, and medical conditions that may hinder your ability to perform your job. Criminal convictions include misdemeanors and felonies, and you may have convictions regardless of whether you have spent time in jail. Criminal convictions will show up on your fingerprint check even if it has been expunged, sealed, dismissed, dropped, or closed. This is why it's important to reveal any convictions you have when asked. Minor violations, such as traffic tickets, citations, or juvenile offenses may not disqualify you from getting your license. Violations that happened seven to ten years prior may also be forgiven if you have had a clean record ever since. Education Overview citations Nursing Aide Education & Earnings Earnings After completing a basic educational program, NAs can take additional specialized skills training that may include working with complex patient care technology or specializing in the care of particular age groups (such as the elderly).Some NA programs do not require a high school diploma or equivalent for admission, but in order to be certified as an NA, a high school diploma is required The certification process may be included in some basic NA training programs or offered as separate training. Beyond the education time commitment required to be a basic nurse's aide, about 75 hours of additional training is required. To earn certification, NAs also need to pass a competency exam administered by their state. Charisse & Olivia Requirements Nurses' aides work under the supervision of nurses or physicians to address the most fundamental elements of a patient’s care.They feed, dress, bathe and groom patients, contributing enormously to their sense of normalcy and well-being. Sometimes they are given more medically-oriented duties such as measuring and recording temperature, blood pressure, and other vital signs. Most NAs are paid on an hourly basis.NAs make approximately $12.07/hour. This is roughly equivalent to $25,100 a year. On the low end, NAs make about $18,790 a year 62 ECG bpm
Transcript: Hospital Nursing & Drug Treatment The Telegrpaph Produced by the international company B&A 1805 - 1881 Famous Nurses 1927 - 2011 Mary Seacole Florence Nightingale Hazel Johnson - Brown Mary was an American/Jamcian business woman as well as a nurse who set up the British Hotel behind the lines during the Crimean War. This was a place for wounded and sick officers Florence was born in Italy in a wealthy family and she was well known for her night rounds to aid the wounded, establishing her image as the 'Lady with the Lamp.' She also worked during the Crimean war. Hazel was a nurse and educator in the USA army and she was the first black chief of the United States Army Nurse Corps. Due to being black she was rejecting many times from the West Chester School of Nursing Introducing famous nurses 1820 - 1910 What is a nurse? What is a nurse & Drug treatment? A nurse is someone who is trained and qualified to work with the sick and injured. They can work in hosptials, clinics, within homes and other health care sites. Nurses have access to drug treatments which are used as part of treating ill patients Examples of common drug treatments 1 1 Paracetamol There are many brands and forms of Paracetamols and they are commonly used to decrease pain and to treat fevers which are common symptoms found in common illnesses such as colds. 2 2 Anti-biotics Anti-biotics are commonly used to treat bacterial infections such as Gonorrhea through killing and preventing them from reproducing and spreading. As current news will suggest there has been concerns raised about over use of antibiotics as they have been prescribed for virus infections which has resulted to antibiotic overdose. 3 3 Aspirin Aspirin comes in many forms such as pills, tablets that disolve in water, powders and oral gels. It is commonly used for relieving pain, fever or inflamation. They also prevent the risk of serious health conditions occuring such as heart attacks and stokes. IN DEPTH IN DEPTH PROFILES PROFILES EVENTS EVENTS REVIEW OF PAST EVENTS REVIEW OF PAST EVENTS UPCOMING UPCOMING 2017 2018 2019 2020 IN BRIEF IN BRIEF NEWS NEWS MORE NEWS MORE NEWS
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