You’ll help new parents learn everything they need to know, from pregnancy to infant care.
You’ll assess the learning needs of expectant parents and how you can help them.
You’ll keep a close eye on the mother’s blood pressure and baby’s heart rate and timing of contractions.
You’ll care for childbearing women of all ages, administering medication and epidurals.
Work as a Registered Nurse, gaining experience in Labor and Delivery.
Get your Inpatient Obstetric Nursing Certification through the National Certification Corporation.
You’re ready to work as a Labor and Delivery Nurse.
Notes on Nursing Podcast
Night Shift Nursing With Labor and Delivery Nurse Kristin HadenNight shift labor and delivery nurse Kristin Haden, RN talks about the differences between working the night shift and day shift. What makes her night work at Beebee Healthcare in Lewes, Delaware interesting and different from working during the day? Find out in the segment coming up now. Nursing Notes Live is an audio extension...The post Night Shift Nursing With Labor and Delivery Nurse Kristin Haden appeared first on Nursing Notes Live.2016-10-06T12:10:38Z