Jeanne M. Novotny PhD RN FAAN, Doris Lippman EdD APRN 's 101 Careers in Nursing PDF

By Jeanne M. Novotny PhD RN FAAN, Doris Lippman EdD APRN CS, Nicole Sanders BSN RN, Joyce J. Fitzpatrick PhD MBA RN FAAN

ISBN-10: 0826102719

ISBN-13: 9780826102713

ISBN-10: 0826104940

ISBN-13: 9780826104946

Few careers have the benefits that nursing deals: flexibility, room for progress, delight from aiding others. and there's a determined want for nurses--demand will exceed offer for it slow to return. This concise and convenient quantity profiles a hundred and one forms of nursing careers are profiled; each one encompasses a easy description, schooling requisites, talents wanted, repayment, comparable sites, companies. own tales from practising nurses spotlight the content material. scholars, these searching for a occupation switch, and RNs searching for new possibilities will discover a wealth of data right here. A pattern of attainable profession offerings: Acute Care Nurse Practitioner grownup Nurse Practitioner Case supervisor serious Care Nursing Diabetes Educator Disaster/Bioterrorism Nursing Emergency Room Nurse Geriatric Nurse Practitioner HIV/AIDS professional Hospice and Palliative Care Nursing an infection keep an eye on Nurse Medical-Surgical Nurse Nurse Midwife Oncology Nurse Pediatric Nurse Practitioner

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Educational requirements—RN preparation; MSN degree required. Most settings require 5 years of acute care experience. 3. Core competencies/skills needed: • Must have self-confidence and strong leadership skills • Excellent communication • Understand organizational structure • Technical competency involving use of complex equipment • Teaching skills • Clinical competency • Ability to work with interdisciplinary teams • Skills in staff evaluation 4. Compensation—Varies with place of employment and geographic location; range is $60,000 to $90,000.

Employment outlook—High 6. com Cardiovascular Nurse 27 Cardiovascular Nurse 1. Basic description—The nurse with an interest in cardiac or vascular nursing works with patients who have compromised cardiovascular systems. Cardiac nurses perform postoperative care on a surgical unit, stress test evaluations, cardiac monitoring, vascular monitoring, and health assessments. The setting can be varied depending on the focus of the patient population. Cardiac/ vascular nurses can work in acute care settings with surgical patients, outpatient clinics doing case management, and in home care.

Educational requirements — RN preparation for generalists, with certification in psychiatric/mental health nursing. Advanced practice certification is available for family psychiatric/mental health nurse practitioners and clinical specialists in child and adolescent psychiatric/mental health nursing. Clinical Nurse Specialist 31 3. Core competencies/skills needed: • Ability to meet the child at his or her developmental level • Facilitate coordination and collaboration among agencies delivering care to children • Provide services to children and their families • Flexible, sensitive 4.

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