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Tuesday, April 8, 2008

How to Become a Good Travel Nurse

How to Become a Good Travel Nurse

A good nurse doesn't pursue a nursing because they are lured by the promise of huge paychecks. Good nurses don't work towards a career in nursing because they are convinced that they will be able to work short shifts that will leave them lots of time to spend with their families. Good nurses don't become nurses because they are looking for careers that require a limited amount of manual labor. Good nurses don't become nurses because they feel that nursing will be easier then becoming a doctor. Nurses become nurses because they are compelled to help sick and injured patients.

There are several things that need to happen before a person can become a nurse. The first thing they have to do is become enrolled in a educational program that specializes in nursing. There is currently a shortage of educational nursing programs which can make it difficult for potential nurses to get in. If you are somebody who is interested in pursuing a career in nursing you will want to apply to enroll in a nursing program as early as possible. Once the student has been accepted into an educational nursing program the student can choose to pursue a variety of degrees including; an associates degree, a bachelors degree, a masters degree, or even a nursing doctorate.

Registered nurses are nurses that access and record patients reactions and symptoms, and reactions. Once they become registered, nurses are free to pursue careers in the hospital, home or office. Nurses who are interested in becoming travel nurses are required to be RN's

Office nurses are nurses who work in a doctor's office. Most office nurses are responsible for administering medications to patients, prepping the patient for their examine, and helping to dress wounds. Because office nurses generally work in doctor's offices, they tend to have a fairly routine work schedule, that seldom changes from one day

Another type of nurse is a home nurse. A home nurse is a nurse who goes into someone who needs medical attention (often the elderly) and sees to their medical needs. In some cases a home nurse will even move into their patients home, until the patient no longer needs their services. Some home nurses work as midwifes, and will help parents deliver their children in the comfort of their own home.

Hospital nurses are, by definition, nurses who work in hospitals. Although some hospital nurses work a rotating shift that lets them work in several different departments, but a majority of hospital nurses decide to go into specialized areas of medicine such as pediatrics, surgery, or emergency.

Registered nurses are nurses that access and record patients reactions and symptoms, and reactions. Once they become registered, nurses are free to pursue careers in the hospital, home or office. Nurses who are interested in becoming travel nurses are required to be RN's. Travel nurses have to spend one year working at a hospital before most agencies will accept their application. The year they spend working should be in their chooen field.

2 comments:

Corley Tickle said...

Travel nursing is such an appealing career. I have been researching how to become a travel nurse. I love the idea of being in a new location every few months and seeing the country!

victoria eden said...

I like your blog a lot. Its informative and full of information. Thank you for sharing.
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