You’ll collaborate with doctors, family members, and other nurses.
You’ll provide patients and families with emotional support and refer them to relevant support groups if needed.
You’ll keep a record of the cases of abuse and child neglect that you deal with.
You’ll administer CPR, first aid, medications, and fluid and blood IVs, treat wounds, help to maintain vital signs, and prevent complications.
Ambulance transport/flight nursing
Intensive care units
Get certified in Basic Life Support and Advanced Cardiac Life Support through the American Heart Association.
Some employers may also require the Trauma Nursing Core Course Certification and Emergency Nursing Pediatric Course Certification.
You’re ready to work as a Trauma Nurse.