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    The health care field has a wide variety of jobs in hospitals. Registered nurses and patient care technicians are a few of the vital staff members who assist in the quality care for the patients. They work together as a team which makes them proficient in the care given. There are similarities between these two jobs, but they also have different duties which each play a role to complete the patient’s necessities. Registered nurses are required to complete a two or four-year degree program which…

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    Understanding the National Board policy for registered health practitioners In March 2014, the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia adopted the Social Media Policy for all health practitioners and nursing students to help them in clinical practice to be great leaders and act as role models in successfully implementing evidence based practice in accordance to the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA). Firstly, this assignment will identify and discuss the Value statements, Conduct…

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    Registered Nurse A nurse is a health care provider in charge of her patients all around health. As a registered nurse a typical day would include: performing physical exams, giving the correct dose of medications, caring of patients wounds, watching over patients, record observations, monitoring medical equipment in use by the patient, assisting in testing and concluding the results (Bureau Of Labor Statistics, 2014). Different fields of nursing require different day to day activities. A…

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    For my future career, I want to be a registered nurse. I want to be a registered nurse because I want to help the sick people feel better. A registered nurse does many good things. They maintain accurate, detailed reports and records. Administer medications to patients and monitors patients for reactions or side effects. They may sometime Monitor, record, and report symptoms or changes in patients' conditions. Those are just a few things that a registered nurse may do. I plan to live my life…

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    helped those in need while working for Anthem BC, but my true desire is to become a registered nurse. An unlikely event occurred in 2016 that gave me my inspiration back of becoming a nurse. My son unfortunately had an emergency appendectomy, which required him to then be admitted due to complications. The nurse who cared for my son was friendly, personable, dependable and empathetic, which is everything a nurse should be. These are qualities I posses and will bring to the nursing industry.…

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    Like any profession, there are challenges, but as a Registered Nurse you are challenged mentally and physically. “There are many challenges that come with this career, but the greatest challenge is taking care of those who do not appreciate your arduous work” (Freelon). Nurses see patients and their families at their worse. When having an illness or injury could result in stress, which may have people act out in ways they would not normally act in. “Communication challenges arise frequently,…

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    My Reasons On Wanting To Be A Registered Nurse There are many reasons to why I want to become a Registered Nurse. First, a lot of my relatives are nurses, by me following that tradition it would make me happy. Secondly, I like helping others in any way I possibly can. Last, me becoming a registered nurse will make me more aware of good and bad health, in that way I will be able to care for myself better and other lives better. Furthermore, becoming a Registered Nurse will help me in many ways in…

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    disability nurses aim to help people with learning disabilities in their day to day activities. They make sure that the person has the right treatment, therapy, skills and support help them in their daily lives. The changes in education and training led to developments within computer-assisted learning, therapies and recreation focused training programmes. (Sheerin and McConkey, 2008) states that after the introduction of intellectual disability nurse education in 1959, the registered nurse in…

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    based upon things we are passionate about so you won’t wake up dreading going to a job every day. I love helping people and making them happy being that I do love to help people and I am very patient and compassionate I think I would make a great registered nurse. Being part of the medical field is something I always wanted to do. Working in an environment where I am able to help others and show my leadership skills while doing things that make me happy with a bonus of having…

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    I am a professionally trained registered nurse with skill ensuring high standard of culturally competent care for wide variety of patients with diverse needs. Experienced registered nurse licensed with strong clinical and people skills. Responsible registered nurse with excellent communication skills demonstrated by 14 to 15 years of experience in health care. I am a detail oriented professional who has been consistently praised as detail oriented by my co-workers and management over my…

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