Registered Nurse

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A Registered nurse helps individuals, families, and groups to achieve health and prevent disease. In this career a nurse needs to maintain accurate, detailed reports and records. Monitor, record and report symptoms and changes in patients' conditions. Record patients' medical information and vital signs. Modify patient treatment plans as indicated by patients' responses and conditions. Consult and coordinate with health care team members to assess, plan, implement and evaluate patient care plans. Order, interpret, and evaluate diagnostic tests to identify and assess patient's condition. Nurses need good Communication and observation skills. Excellent people skills which means have the ability to answer questions and offer advice. Some organization that offer nursing are Alliance for Psychosocial Nursing, American academy of nursing and American board of Nursing Specialist. ( The average income of a nurse is $66,422 in the United States. ( This career makes up one of the largest work forces in the clinical healthcare with over 2.5 Nurses. This career is all around the world and it will only grow as all of us will get sick and will have to go to a doctor to get check. For Nursing (RN) you will need to 4 years of college. But there are three educational paths to becoming a nurse. A diploma from an accredited nursing program or hospital, an associate’s degree in nursing (ADN – a two-year program), or a bachelor’s degree. It Costs about 30,000 to become a nurse. I have a Scholarship that will help me pay two years of my career and with the help of FAFSA and my parents my career will be fully paid and I can pursue my dream of becoming a registered nurse. I believe that in my 3rd year I have to do an internship to receive my degree. I have an aunt that is a nurse and she has explained to me how much work I will have to prepare myself to graduate and how much...
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