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Registered Nurse

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Brianna Bacchus

on 4 February 2014

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Registered Nurse
By: Briana Bacchus

What does a Registered Nurse do?
Treat patients
Provide advice
Records patients history/symptoms
Operate and monitor equipment
Explain what to do after to treatments
Education Requirements
Bachelor of Science degree
Associate degree
Nursing diploma
Pass Boarding examinations
Be able to have a license
Skills and Abilities
Understanding people's reaction
Critical thinking skills
Emotional stability
Speaking and organizational skills
Compassionate
Stress tolerate
Cooperation
Reflection
Salary
Work Environment
Work Schedule
Rotating Shifts
Covering 24 hours
Nights/Weekends/Holidays
Always on call
Vary with educational levels
Managers and Administrators earn most
Part time: Paid how many hours worked
Full time: $40,000 - 90,000+
Benefits:

Vacation
Health insurance/retirements
Paid sick days
Benefit package worth $20,000
Hospitals
Physician office
Home health care service
Nursing home facilities
Helpful Tips:
Anatomy
Chemistry
Nutrition
World language
Medical ethics
Job Outlook
Future is bright
Growth is faster than average
Always need for medical professionals
In demand of age population (Baby Boomers)
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