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    I chose the career of a Registered Nurse also know as (RN’s), because Nurses are an integral component of the health care system, and it is important that we recognize the over 2.7 million registered nurses for the significant work that they do. The way for me to recognize their work is going into that career. I think it’s a wonderful job and also because I enjoy helping others. The career of Registered Nursing is an important and interesting job because it takes care of sick people. The…

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    raised in a family of nurses, I had many role models to idol when I dream about becoming a nurse when I grew up. I have been able to experience many different emotions that nurses experience while taking care of ill or injured to healthy new mothers and their baby to very sick preterm babies. I love working with kids and just helping people in general. I think being an RN is very intriguing, you learn something new everyday. As I began researching the topic, registered nurses, I noticed that the…

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    person can become a professional Registered Nurse (RN) by studying Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) or studying Bachelor’s degree in Nursing (BSN, Bachelor of science in Nursing). Other countries have their own Diploma in General nursing. All these degrees give the eligibility to take NCLEX-RN® examination and to get a license to practice as a professional Registered Nurse. The NCLEX is the state board to license and RN for competency to work as a registered nurse. One major question was…

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    Becoming a Registered Nurse is challenging. Not many people are worthy of the job. Registered Nurses help people, families, and groups to achieve health and prevent diseases. RN’s care for the sick in hospitals and health care facilities. Some Registered Nurses are employed in privateer practices. RN’s hold about 2.6 million jobs in the United States. Registered Nurses work under the direct supervision of physicians. Sixty percent of all Registered Nurses work in hospitals. While working in…

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    traits. Registered nurse is a promising career due to its potential earnings and outlook in the coming years. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (par. 4) by 2022, the employment rate for Registered Nurses (RN) is expected to increase by 19% with increasing salary range, a high rate than the national average for all other careers. I prefer this career due to its high career outlook prospects ranging from chief nursing officer, clinical nurse manager, patient educator, and nurse…

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    Nurses provide most of the patient care in hospitals. Recently, there is a shift to change the type of nursing staff that are hired. It is becoming common place to replace Registered Nurses (RN’s) with Registered Practical Nurses (RPN’s). The motivation for this direction is a direct result of cost cutting measures imposed by the Government of Ontario for the health care budget. Since this is a relatively new initiative there are few studies that support the impact that this will have on…

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    A program that prepares registered nurses to provide care for children from infancy through adolescence. Includes instruction in the administration of medication and treatments, assisting physicians, patient examination and referral, and planning and delivering health maintenance and health education programs. Assess patient health problems and needs, develop and implement nursing care plans, and maintain medical records. Administer nursing care to ill, injured, convalescent, or disabled…

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    Nursing is a profession that will never quit developing. When I graduate I anticipate heading off to college and becoming a Registered Nurse. I enjoy taking care of others, and I aspire to something greater. That is the reason I think becoming a full-fledged registered nurse may be an extraordinary employment for me. Keeping in mind the end goal to completely comprehend the occupation of an enrolled medical attendant I have to know the kind of work done, instructive necessities, working…

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    Team Assignment by the Registered Nurse Brandie is a Registered Nurse with 12 years of experience. She is also the Charge Nurse for a busy postpartum unit. The unit usually houses stable patients, but will also accept higher risk overflow patients from the Postpartum ICU unit. Brandie’s shift is from 6:45 a.m. to 7:15 p.m. During that time, she must oversee the care of eight postpartum patients. Her team consists of three Registered Nurses (RN’s), one Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN), and one…

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    As my career goal I’ve chosen to be a successful registered nurse. There are many reasons as to why I chose this specific career field in particular and I have many strengths to help me pursue it. When working in the nursing field, it will benefit society in many ways that might go unnoticed by others. Throughout time nurses come and go which can benefit my future job due to many nurses being needed at all times. I chose this career goal mainly because I love helping people, I care for others…

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