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Registered Nurse :)

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Josshua Perez

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Registered Nurse :)
By: Joshua Perez

Job Description: (What an R.N. Does)
Table Of Contents:
Description of job.
Education Required.
Salary Earned.
Pros and Cons of being an R.N.
Future Job Outlook.
What I hope you've learned.
Education Required:
RNs perform a wide variety of job duties during their shifts, caring for and educating patients about their conditions, as well as establishing trust and building rapport with patients and their families. Same daily RN duties might include:

Working with a variety of patients, from pediatric to geriatric,
or specializing in one of numerous possible areas such as neo-natal intensive care, cardiac care, neurologic care or dermatology
Observing and recording patient behavior
Consulting with physicians and other healthcare professionals
Establishing treatment plans, operating medical equipment
Supervising licensed practical nurses (LPNs) and certified nurse assistants (CNAs)
Performing diagnostic tests
Treating medical emergencies, such as heart attacks, strokes, car accidents and burns as well as recovering post-operative patients
Administering medications and treatments
Registered nurses usually take one
of three education paths:
A bachelors degree in nursing.
An associate's degree in nursing.
A diploma from an improved nursing school.
A Registered Nurse's Salary:
The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) conducted a national
survey and reported RN salaries in May 2011. According to BLS data, registered nurses earned average salaries of $69,110. Reported salaries ranged from $44,970 for those in the lowest 10% to over $96,630 for RNs in the highest 90% of earners.


Pros and Cons of being a Registered Nurse:
Pros:
Get to save peoples lives.
Get a healthy lifestyle.
Get to be called a "hero".
You know so much, and can save
peoples lives even outside of your working
area.
Cons:
A very emotional Job.
Lots of Stress.
Uses alot of Memory.
Alot of patients.
Job Outlook:
A variety of exciting nursing positions are available in today's Dynamic Healthcare Industry. There's many jobs under the nursing field. Such as, Chief Nursing Office (takes care of patients items: cars, etc.), Labor and Delivering Nurse (helps take care of patient having her baby.)
What I hope you learned:
I hoped you learned much more over the nursing field. And maybe this presentation triggered you to take risks to be called a lifesaver!
Sources:
Registered Nurse (RN) Job Description and Salary. N.p., n.d. Web. 11 Nov. 2013.
"Summary." U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, n.d. Web. 11 Nov. 2013.
THE END! :)
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