In this article it talked about how to become an emergency nurse. the article talks about what roles emergency department nurses have and the different things that the nurses may experience. Also,the article talked about the amount of responsibility and expectations that are piled on the emergency department nurses on a daily basis.
Everyone faces struggles in their life. Some allow those struggles to help build them as a person, others let those struggles tear them down. For me, I allowed my struggles to help me develop academically and personally. Without struggle there is no progress.
A good protocol is created from evidence-based medical practices agreed on by medical staff involved in anticoagulation therapy (i.e., all stakeholders) and addresses key decision points and respective courses of action integrated with the clinical judgment and experience of the practitioner.
In the Certified Nurses Assistant or CNA services, you have to be trained. The training for being a CNA you need to have basic nursing principles and do clinical work while being supervised. You also have to be qualified to be one. You need to have your High School diploma or GED, nursing assistant training, which is about 6-12 weeks, basic training skills, Anatomy/physiology credit, and infection control.
Teenagers have enough stress as it is right? Adolescence is an awkward time of transition from childhood to adulthood which can be more than scary for most. Between spending time with family, making friends, doing homework, participating in sports or other recreational activities, and growing up in general, who has time to get a job? Although it can add to the stress of teenage life, getting a job has more pros than cons. My experience working as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) at Morgantown Care and Rehabilitation Center has been a learning experience about responsibility, patience, and compassion.
My chosen career is a registered nurse with a specialty in neonatal medicine. I am very passionate about helping others and learning how the human body all works together as a coordinated system. Currently I work as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) where I assist elderly residents with tasks that vary from getting dressed to making sure they are as comfortable as possible. While I thoroughly enjoy working with all of the residents at the nursing home, I am ready for a new challenge. I would like to gain more knowledge in order to help even more people with a wide variety of issues. I am interested to see what it takes to move up the career ladder in the nursing field. As well as what to expect as far as education requirements, salary, and the outlook of nursing jobs. In order to learn more about registered nursing I have scheduled an interview with Stacy Helmuth, a registered nurse at Shawnee Mission Medical Center.
As a nursing a student, my ultimatum is not to make the most money as possible, it is to obtain the most knowledge as possible. Indeed, nursing school introduced me to a new side of learning and studying, and at often time were quite difficult. Reflectively thinking, it opened a new way of thinking for me. At this point, I have successfully passed my first semester of nursing school, and have accepted the gratitude that I am capable of anything I put my mind to. In other words, my long terms became my short terms. Beginning of nursing school, I limited my goals to successfully passing my classes and becoming a Registered Nurse as my ultimate goal. Now, my short-term goal includes joining the United States Air Force as a 2nd lieutenant, titled Registered Nurse. While my short-term goals may seem intriguing, I feel as if I should utilize my opportunities and advantages even more. Being said that, as a 2nd lieutenant or any progressing rank, I plan to future my education and purse to become a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist.
“They sound great... Oh… Wait we can’t hire them”, my boss stated as she hands me a small pile of applications back. “Well, why not? They have the proper training and they’ve been a CNA for as long as I have. You know just as well as I do that we need all the help we can get. Especially, since I’m on the desk until my doctor releases me to work on the floor.” “I know we need the help but we already have one guy hired and we can’t hire another one. You would have to switch cares all the time because upstairs we have 5 women-only cares and at least 3 women-only cares down stairs. That would just be such a hassle if you girls are in the middle of cares with a resident and then we have to find cares you can switch with him…. It just wouldn’t be fair to you girls.”
Nurse practitioners and physician’s assistants have quite a bit in common. While in medical school, they both have to train to work in a particular specialty. After specializing, both can perform physical assessments, examinations, and laboratory studies. They also interpret diagnostic studies and can diagnose and treat common illnesses and injuries. Once deciding what is wrong with the patient they can both prescribe medication and discuss a treatment plan.
Jesus, Prior to this assignment, I had very little insight to what gatekeeping, state certificate of need programs, and Medicare PPS meant and how they affected lowering health care costs and spending. Thank you for sharing your perceptions and opinions on the regulations that’s were established within each of these laws. As a nurse who worked in a hospital, I remember having monthly educational meetings regarding length of stay, reimbursement and health care costs and spending. At that time, I felt the information seemed tedious and irrelevant to my role as a registered nurse. As a future family nurse practitioner, I can now appreciate the information and education I have gained from both my profession the assignments within this course.
1 Demonstrate ethical conduct reflecting honesty and integrity 1 Be committed to efficient, effective, quality service 1 Value the community 1 Uphold our fiscal responsibility 1 Exhibit mutual respect 1 Encourage innovation and flexibility Explain (give specific examples): As the CPSP Provider Relations Nurse, Jane conducts many different activities to uphold the quality and integrity of the program. She performs site visits and chart audits to ensure adherence of the Program including proper documentation and follow up on referrals that the clinic gives to their patients. With her professionalism, positivity and expertise, health care providers respect and value her feedback and resourcefulness. With a constant stream of phone calls and emails from our CPSP providers with questions,
Hi, I spoke to Ms. Aida Marcia who is the Diabetic Nurse Educator. She informed me that in the past, the diabetic nurse used to do all patients education, but now the outpatient nurses are assigned to help. She also stated since these are new machines, she has been given in-services to the outpatient staff before they can actually begin patients teaching. I cc her and asked her to reply to this E-mail to give us some dates to choose from to set up our in-service.
The nursing profession is a helping profession, not simply a collection of specific skills to complete a required task (Peckham & Meerabeau, 2007). The actions of a Registered Nurse (RN) can not only affect the relationship with a patient, but the general trustworthiness of the nursing profession as a whole (NCNZ,2012). In this essay the writer will analyse a scenario which negatively impacted on a resident, which was witnessed while on clinical placement and discuss the legal, ethical and professional obligations observed by the RN.
When being a registered nurse, there are many things to do and a ton of responsibility, but there are a lot of benefits to gain from that. Also, when applying for a job to be a registered nurse, it doesn’t require very much. A registered nurse is a
Tell me about yourself. People consider me as a caring, patient, friendly, and responsible person. I am very energetic; whenever I start working on something I never want to give up. I have a passion for becoming a nurse since I enjoy helping people around me. I get along with others very well, which make me always being cooperative with my co-workers and work with them toward a share goal. I graduated from Highline Community College last year with honor degree. Even though I already obtained my AA degree in Pre-Nursing, gaining my knowledge in the medical field is not enough for me. I want to gain more clinical patient experience and help people with all my heart. In order to strengthen my clinical experience, I also took the CNA class