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  • Ethics In Physical Therapy

    require physical therapists to continue their education in order to keep their license (“Physical Therapist”). It is important for physical therapists to continue their education, so they can keep abreast of their occupation. Physical therapy education is focused around a set of expected outcomes (Curtis “A Primer” 38). Physical therapists must have 24 contact hours or 2.4 Continuing Education Units (CEU) to be accrued during the licensing period. All therapists are required to submit two hours of board-approved programs in ethics professional responsibility as part of their continuing education requirements each licensure period (“Continuing”). As one becomes…

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  • The Benefits Of Registered Nursing

    Adults spend nearly one third of their lives at work, but working in a career helping to make the world a little better helps to take the sting out of those statistics. Registered nursing is a career that requires passion, patience, dedication, and lots of hard work but at the end of the day it is a career that provides a sense of fulfilment that is worth all of the hard work, sweat, and tears. Besides the personal benefits of nursing, nursing is the fastest growing occupation in the United…

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  • A Career As A Medical Assistant

    Medical Assisting The healthcare field is not for the faint of heart. It is messy, confusing, nerve-wracking, intimidating, and sad. It is exhausting, mentally and emotionally, as it is a job that never really ends. But it is also a very rewarding job for those with hearts big enough to care for others. Setting aside their own personal cares and concerns, healthcare professionals work to establish and maintain excellent patient care. They do so in numerous ways, despite the countless career…

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  • Registered Nurse Occupation

    “Nursing is great for so many reasons, but there is one reason that means more than any poll results, amount of money, or job security: Nurses make a difference.”(Brittney Wilson) In the Medical field there are numerous occupations that are available for Nurses. The medical field is a continuous learning and opportunity such occupation. One specific profession in the medical field is a Registered Nurse. A Registered Nurse is a nurse who has graduated from a nursing program and met the…

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  • Personal Narrative: A Career As A Family Nurse

    Practitioner. In the spirit of full disclosure, until this paper I was not fully aware of what this profession truly does for the community. Family nurse practitioners, abbreviated as FNPs, are advanced practice registered nurses who work autonomously or in collaboration with other healthcare professionals to deliver family-focused care (graduatenursing). Although I personally have always found the field of nursing vastly interesting and I do plan on working with children, I am not currently…

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  • Physician's Assistant Vs Registered Nurse Essay

    Stuffy nose, scratchy throat, headaches… nobody enjoys being sick. It is not something that humans can decide or control, it just happens. When sick, individuals often turn to medicine. However, when that doesn’t work it is time to call in a visit to the doctor. The problem is explained, the doctor makes a diagnosis, and, just like that, the patient is done. It is all so simple. Despite the ever seeming simplicity, it is in the background where the complex intertwining jobs are discovered which…

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  • Being A Registered Nurse Essay

    They spend a lot of time walking, bending, stretching, and standing (Occupational Outlook Handout). They are also very vulnerable to back injuries because they often lift and move patients many times throughout the day (Occupational Outlook Handout). RN’s make about $65,470 per year and about $31.48 per hour. RN’s are projected to grow 19% from 2012 to 2022, faster than the average for all occupations (Occupational Outlook Handout). Although being a RN can be very stressful and hard at times, it…

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  • Advance Practice Registered Nurses: Case Study

    care, and showing that those models lead to improved outcomes in patient populations (Hain and Feck, 2014). Since the bill did not make it out of committee, my recommendation would be to continue to pursue the autonomy of Nurse Practitioners in our state. I have already joined the National Association of Hispanic Nurses and plan to join Texas Nurses Association. Based on both the peer reviewed articles I used in this summary, they both clearly state becoming involved is the main way to make…

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  • Heart Of Nursing Research Paper

    “Nurses are the heart of healthcare” and nurses have a lot responsibility. My topic is nursing I have wanted to be a nurse my whole life, but I don’t have much experience in the medical field. The only things that I do know is what I have learned in health science one and two. There is a lot of information that nurses have to learn and I can’t wait to learn them. A there is lots of information about nursing that many people probably didn’t know. (Welcome to the quote garden) Nursing is, by…

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  • Leadership Observation Of The Nurse Leader At Parkview Regional Medical Center

    patients to become stronger in performing daily activities (“What is Occupation Therapy?”, 2016). Speech therapy works with patients to strengthen speech and swallowing abilities and can assess a patient’s need for thickened liquids. Case managers work with the patient’s insurance company to get coverage for their care. Nurse practitioners can diagnose illnesses and prescribe some medications just like physicians can (“What’s an NP?”, 2012). Radiology technicians transport patients to the…

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