Human Anatomy And Physiology Laboratory Essay

1436 Words Dec 12th, 2015 6 Pages
Nursing Nursing is a profession in which helps provide care for the sick and infirm. According to the American Nurses Association, they protect, promote, and optimize health and abilities (ANA). Peter M Crosta says "nurses use clinical judgment to protect, promote, and optimize health, prevent illness and injury, alleviate suffering, and advocate in health care for individuals, families, communities, and populations". (Crosta) There are many different types of nurses, such as Pediatric Nurses, Oncology Nurses, Trauma Nurses, and many more. Before specializing as a nurse one must first get your Associates of Science which is a two year degree one can get at any college in the US. The pre-entry requirements include Human Anantomy and Physiology I, Human Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory I, Human Anatomy and Physiology II, Human Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory II, Genery Pyschology, Computer/Infomation Literacy, English Compositon I, Speech Communication, Humanities/ Fine Arts, Applied Ethics, Elementary Statistics, Microbiology, and lastly Microbiology Laboratory. (Woody) Next one must apply for the nursing program within your college or university. After being accepted one will begin their journey on becoming a Registered Nurse (RN). After completing and receiving the RN certification one must obtain your BSN (Bachelors of Nursing) before specializing. A nursing career one can consider is an Ambulatory Care Nurse, they take of temporary patients who reside in…

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