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    Registered Nurse Thesis

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    Registered Nurse Anaylsis “ Save one life you're a hero. Save hundred of lives you are a Nurse”( Chamberlain edu ). A registered nurse sees patients all day and they do there best to provide care for the ill and the injured. Being a registered nurse isn't easy , a registered nurse has to be able to handle hard working conditions, and must have strong communication skills . The career of a registered nurse requires critical thinking skill , and values but overall it requires dedication and…

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    When family caregivers can no longer meet the skilled assistance and care that their loved ones need, Dignity Care Group, Inc. is ready to help. We have Registered Nurses (RNs) and Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) who have the training and knowledge required to provide advanced care and assistance. Registered Nurses (RNs) provide quality nursing care by the visit or the shift. The highly trained professionals follow the physician’s orders, monitor, and instruct the patient/client regarding…

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    Registered Nurse

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    field, being a registered nurse is worth it. A registered nurse has the task to help people every day to become healthy, happy and strong. They use their own time meaning they really want to take part of someone’s lives. A registered nurse’s one goal in mind is to help cure and care for others. Once one helped that patient, it leaves them with the feeling of accomplishment, and that is why this job is worth it. Also,…

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    The advanced practice registered nurses are the registered nurses who had been prepared through advanced graduate education; either has a master’s or doctorate degree in the field of nursing. According to the American Nurses Association (2008), advanced practice registered nurse (APRN) is an umbrella term and incorporates four roles: clinical nurse specialists (CNS), certified registered nurse anesthetists (CRNA), certified nurse midwives (CNM), and nurse practitioners (NP). The APRN is…

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    I decided I wanted to help others. Seeking a career as a registered nurse, a person should carefully look at the responsibilities it comes with, skills needed, work conditions, salary, and the future outlook; however, also as important is the best training which is at The University of Texas at Brownsville. Registered Nurses have a variety of duties and responsibilities. These responsibilities include supervising workers like LPNs or nurse aides. They care and educate the patient about their…

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    Advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) are the main solution to a much needed change in our healthcare system. I always believed that APRNs could provide effective medical care almost similar to physician at lower healthcare cost which is essential to the healthcare dilemma. After reading the excessive information provided by this course, I have new perception of why APRNs could be the key to change in our healthcare system. This perception is guided by the differences between an APRN…

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    Registered Nurse

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    What is it like to be a Registered Nurse? *flat line deeps* “CODE BLUE! CODE BLUE!” shrieks one of the by-passing nurses in the hallway as a cluster of medical staff rush through the patients’ door. Looking into the medical field not only are the doctors the “super heroes” of the hospital registered nurses also play a significant role in health care settings by assisting in providing quality care to any and all patients in the hospital and the community. While preparing for a successful future…

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    Registered Nurse

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    Registered Nursing The field of nursing has a wide range of careers. The thought of helping patients to recover, giving people advise on various medical conditions and how to manage them makes me enthusiastic about choosing a career in registered nursing. A Registered nurse is a professional in the field of nursing who has several roles when it comes to offering medical care. A registered nurse coordinates and delivers patient care gives guidance and counseling to patients and the public on…

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    Registered Nurses

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    The notion of a nurse with no medical skills would alarm us today. This was the case with nursing in the past. There was no recognized or proper training. The women only had their own form of knowledge about nursing that came from a family member or neighbor past down to her. She then was sent out to provide care for the sick or wounded, just off the experience that had. In this period registered nurse was not a word used to define a nurse. That description was given predominantly to women who…

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    currently has many restrictions on Advance Practice Registered Nurses (APRN). We are one of thirty-two states in the United States that require Nurse Practitioners to work in a collaborative/supervisory relationship with a physician. Connecticut recently became the 18th state to allow Nurse Practitioners to practice independently (Lowes, 2014). Bill SB 751 for the 84th legislature was introduced by Senator Jose Rodriguez. This bill is aimed at granting Nurse Practitioners in our state…

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