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nurse practitioner

Nurse Practitioner Job Description

nurse practitioner

Nurse Practitioners are advanced practice registered Nurses who have completed advanced coursework and clinical education beyond the requirements of a typical registered Nurse. Nurse Practitioners often work independently of physicians, and provide a wide array of different skills, while specializing in treating and diagnosing patients from any age range.

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neuroscience nurse

Neuroscience Nursing Job Description

neuroscience nurse

Neuroscience Nurses provide care for patients who suffer from a wide variety of brain or nervous system disorders. These Nurses often find themselves caring for patients with inherited or inquired conditions, such as multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, brain tumors, meningitis, encephalitis, suffered strokes, suffered brain or spinal injuries, and much more.

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neonatal nurse

Neonatal Nursing Job Description

neonatal nurse

Neonatal Nurses are Nurses who care for infants under 28 days old, specifically the newborns who require extra medical attention. Typical medical situations that require special care from Neonatal Nurses are newborns who have been born prematurely, struggle with breathing, need surgery, suffer from complications that require intensive medical care, have deformities, and much more.

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midwife nurse

Midwife Nurse Job Description

midwife nurse

Midwives, often women, are professionals in obstetrics who provide care to women during pregnancy and birth. Many Midwives provide primary care and other services such as caring for reproductive health, gynecological exams, family planning, menopausal care, and much more.

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military nursing

Military Nursing Job Description

military nursing

Military Nurses are Nurses who care specifically for patients in the Military all over the world. These Nurses perform many of the same medicinal practices as other Nurses, including administering medication, treating wounds, and taking care of the sick. Military Nurses must embrace the nature of their jobs, being that they often find themselves being taken all over the world for Nursing.

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HIV/AIDS Nurse

HIV Nursing Job Decsription

HIV/AIDS Nurse

HIV/AIDS Nurses are specifically trained to provide care and assistance for patients suffering from AIDS, which is an incurable disease that attacks the immune system. HIV/AIDS Nurses spend plenty of time helping patients deal with the mental anguish of having such a severe disease.

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Informatics Nurse

Informatics Nursing Job Description

Informatics Nurse

Informatics Nurses assists in the design, development, and modification of computerized health care systems. The profession involves improving information management and communications in the Nursing field in order to maximize efficiency, reduce costs, and further enhance the quality of care for the patients.

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Legal Nursing

Legal Nursing Job Description

Legal Nursing

Legal Nursing consultants are registered Nurses who use their expertise as health care providers in order to consult on medical-related legal cases. Legal Nurses assist lawyers in reading and understanding medical records and medical terminology in order to help achieve the best results for their clients.

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geriatric nursing

Geriatric Nursing Job Description

geriatric nursing

Geriatric Nurses, also known as erotological Nurses, are Nurses who specifically care for older patients. There is an extremely high demand for Geriatric Nurses, due to the fact that older people are much more likely to require medical services.

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