By Jeanne M. Novotny PhD RN FAAN, Doris Lippman EdD APRN CS, Nicole Sanders BSN RN, Joyce J. Fitzpatrick PhD MBA RN FAAN
Few careers have the benefits that nursing deals: flexibility, room for progress, pride from assisting others. and there's a determined want for nurses--demand will exceed provide for a while to come back. This concise and convenient quantity profiles one hundred and one kinds of nursing careers are profiled; each one incorporates a easy description, schooling necessities, abilities wanted, repayment, comparable websites, businesses. own tales from training nurses spotlight the content material. scholars, these searching for a occupation swap, and RNs trying to find new possibilities will discover a wealth of data the following. A pattern of attainable profession offerings: Acute Care Nurse Practitioner grownup Nurse Practitioner Case supervisor severe Care Nursing Diabetes Educator Disaster/Bioterrorism Nursing Emergency Room Nurse Geriatric Nurse Practitioner HIV/AIDS professional Hospice and Palliative Care Nursing an infection keep an eye on Nurse Medical-Surgical Nurse Nurse Midwife Oncology Nurse Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
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Core competencies/skills needed: • Emergency room or critical care experience • Experience with local disaster action teams • Management skills • Ability to meet the needs of people in crisis and high stress situations • Knowledge of disaster preparedness and basic first aid 4. Compensation—Varies with place of employment and geographic location. No compensation if volunteer effort. Editor 39 5. Employment outlook—Moderate to high 6. org/news/disaster/ Editor 1. Basic description—Nurse who works in any area of scientific or professional editing including proofreading and copyediting of technical material.
Faculty members are expected to keep up with developments in their field by reading current literature and participating in professional conferences. Faculty members consult with government, business, nonprofit, and community organizations. They also do their own research to expand knowledge in their field. They perform experiments; collect and analyze data; and publish their research results in professional journals, books, and electronic media. Most faculty members serve on academic or administrative committees that deal with the policies of their institution, departmental matters, academic issues, curricula, budgets, equipment purchases, and hiring.
Define applicable standards of care. • Organize records. • Research the literature. • Provide behind-the-scenes or up-front consultations. • Interview clients and witnesses. • Prepare exhibits. • Prepare questions for depositions and court. 2. Educational requirements—RN preparation, JD degree. 3. Core competencies/skills needed: • Logical thinking skills • Knowledge of judicial system and health care legislation 4. Compensation—Varies with the place of employment, ranges from an average beginning salary of $60,000 to more than $200,000 if employed in a major law firm.