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    This essay will discuss the different challenges I may experience as a new graduate nurse in moving from a student to a professional registered nurse as well as on how I can overcome and manage the challenges that I will face. The first two challenges that will be discuss are about the challenges I will face in applying for a job and attending an interview. The last three challenges will talk about the problems I may experience in doing my transition in a healthcare institution. The transition…

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    Pharmacists vs. Registered Nurses Choosing a career is something that I have been pondering since 6th grade. My choices have changed a lot since then. Most of the jobs I have looked into can relate to my interests in science and medicine. Two careers that really appealed to me were a pharmacist and a registered nurse (R.N.). While pharmacists and registered nurses share things in common such as caring for patients and the work environment, they differ in education requirements. When…

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    The occupation of a nurse requires a degree and provides benefits and a good income. Although, nurses have many responsibilities, many benefits come with the job. Nurses work hard, and deserve every bit of their salary. There are many benefits to getting a degree. To become a registered nurse you must have a high school diploma. The higher the level of your education, the more opportunities, and compensations you will have. There are two types of nursing degrees, the Bachelor of Science, and…

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    Introduction There are four types of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses or APRNs that have developed over time. Advanced Practice Registered Nurses include Clinical Nurse Specialists (CNS), Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNA), Certified Nurse Midwives (CNM), and Nurse Practitioners (NP). These roles are registered nurses with expert training in their specific field. According to Detroit Free Press (2013), “APRNs provide high-quality, cost-effective primary care with positive…

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    in scrubs are identified as nurses. However, not everyone has the ability to tell the difference between a Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) and a Registered Nurse (RN). While both professions care about and want to help others, there are factors such as education, responsibilities, and salary in which similarities and differences may be found. CNAs, also known as patient care technicians, perform elementary healthcare duties under the observation of a registered nurse. Hospitals, nursing…

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    excitement around every bend, are all things that you may encounter as registered nurse. A registered nurse, according to Dictionary.com is, “a graduate nurse who has passed a state board examination and [sic] been registered and licensed to practice nursing” (Dictionary.com). Becoming a RN is not easy, it is a rigorous task that an individual has to take for the sake of their future, but it can be done. Overall, a registered nurses job is very strenuous due to the fact that they are…

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    for the future, like careers for example. The work environment for usual nurses is in hospitals, physician office's, home healthcare surfaces and nursing care facilities (. A registered nurse needs to have an associates degree, qualities like compassion and stability, and to know about the overall work environment. To become a registered nurse one needs an education, obviously. The entry level education to become a nurse is an associates degree (Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S.…

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    animals. I realize now that I could never put an animal down and my heart couldn 't take seeing an injured animal. I’ve decided now that becoming a registered nurse (RN) is the career that I want to pursue. Being an RN is a rewarding career because I will be taking care of people and trying to make them feel better. Becoming a registered nurse is something I have always dreamed of. Now that I am very excited to be finally in college and starting on the right track to becoming what I want…

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    Nurses Registered, and Licensed When I chose the registered nurse career path, it wasn 't just a quick decision. The licensed practical nurse is what caught my attention. Nurses take on extensive responsibilities when walking through the doors of any medical facility. The educational requirements of a licensed practical nurse are very demanding. You must receive a certification from an accredited licensed practical nurse program, typically from a college. Courses seen in licensed…

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    “When you are a nurse you know that everyday you will touch a life or a life will touch yours” As a nurse you will have many responsibilities, you will provide care and comfort to a patient. If you do want to have a career in health care, you must have a high school diploma, bachelor's degree and also must complete all training and exams. Many people attend colleges 4-8 years. Most nurses with an two year bachelor's degree, tend to have strong skills and more practice. Many nurses use math…

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