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Emergency Nurse
An Emergency Nurse takes care of patients in a wide range of situations, from fevers, to minor injuries and major trauma.
Flight Nurse
A Flight or Transport Nurse takes care of patients who are being taken to hospitals or trauma centers on civilian and military aircrafts.
Forensic Nurse
A Forensic Nurse cares for patients who have been the victims of sexual abuse, violence and assault.
Informatics Nurse
An Informatics Nurse or Nurse Informaticist develops communication and information technologies, using medical data to improve patient care.
Labor and Delivery (L&D) Nurse at a Glance
Labor and delivery is emotionally and physically intense for any mother, no matter how many times they’ve been through it, the birth plan they’re following, or the unforeseen choices they may have to make. As a Labor and Delivery (L&D) Nurse, you’ll help care for mothers and newborns before, during, and after the birth. Your patients will look to you for information, reassurance and guidance in handling a delicate new life, new family member, and entirely new experience. It’s on you to meet their emotions with compassion, address their questions with a calm and honest attitude, monitor their pain with proper treatment and support, and prioritize the health and safety of their newborn.
Managed Care Nurse
Managed Care Nurses help elderly and underserved patients, who may rely on government-funded healthcare like Medicare or Medicaid, to stay as healthy as possible.
Medical-Surgical Nurse
A Medical-Surgical Nurse has extensive knowledge that can assist doctors on the medical-surgical floor of a hospital.
Military Nurse
A Military Nurse is a member of the armed forces who cares for patients in the military all over the world and veterans in the US.
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Neonatal Intensive Care Nurse
A Neonatal Intensive Care Nurse cares for premature and critically ill newborns in the neonatal intensive care unit of a hospital.
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Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) at a Glance
Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists are crucial members of any surgical care team. As a CRNA, you’re responsible for bringing stellar communication skills, quality patient care, and a high level of scientific skill to each of your cases, likely to range across all disciplines. If you value human connection, independent thinking, high compensation, and on the fly problem solving, you just might be a CRNA.
Nurse Attorney
A Nurse Attorney represents medical professionals in court, or works to change policies within the healthcare system.
Nurse Entrepreneur
A Nurse Entrepreneur uses their nursing education and experience to start their own healthcare-related business.
Nurse Executive
A Nurse Executive holds a top position within a healthcare organization, making sure its goals and mission are carried out in day-to-day operations.
Nurse Manager
A Nurse Manager is in charge of hiring and supervising the nursing staff of a hospital or other healthcare organization.
Poison Information Specialist
A Poison Information Specialist is a further specialized Toxicology Nurse, trained to help people who have accidently ingested poison or are looking for information on poison.
Toxicology Nurse
A Toxicology Nurse takes care of patients who’ve swallowed poison, come into contact with a toxin, been bitten by a snake, or stung by a bee or wasp.
Trauma Nurse at a Glance
Trauma Nurses specialize in treating and diagnosing traumatic injuries or illnesses that put their patient’s bodies and lives at immediate risk of physical duress. The word “trauma” refers to a disturbing or distressing experience. Because of the unpredictable and often critical nature of these cases, Trauma Nurses must have innately high-functioning processing skills in consistently challenging and chaotic situations. In addition to being able to emotionally and clinically handle each case, Trauma Nurses need to be proficient multitaskers, communicating with their colleagues as they work to stabilize their patient. If you’re looking for a fast-paced career in medicine where you’ll learn to assess and treat a wide variety of highly critical cases, then Trauma Nursing might be just the right path for you.
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