You’ll teach families how to care for a patient’s burns and educate communities about burn prevention.
You’ll stabilize burn victims, dress and care for their wounds, and give them medication.
- Burn care units
- Emergency rooms
- Intensive care units
- Trauma centers
Work as a Registered Nurse, and gain experience in an ICU or trauma center.
While there’s no specific Burn Care Nurse certification, you can specialize in related areas such as Advanced Burn Life Support.
You’re ready to work as a Burn Care Nurse.
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