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Changing Career To Nurse

Changing Career To Nursing

Changing Career To Nurse

If you are pondering a career switch to Nursing in your late 30’s or 40’s, you must look at it with a positive outlook. It is certainly not too late to become a Nurse, and in fact there are even some benefits to being more advanced and experienced in life when going for this career change.

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Urology Nurse

Urology Nursing Job Description

Urology Nurse

Urology Nurses are Nurses who care specifically for patients who suffer from urinary tract problems. Urology Nurses are trained to provide checkups and care for common conditions without needing to consult with other physicians first.

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Transplant Nurse

Transplant Nurse Job Description

Transplant Nurse

Transplant Nurses are highly-specialized Nurses who help patients either donate or deceive organs. Transplant Nurses must prepare living donors for Transplant procedures, as well as keep them informed and fully educated on the process and risks involved.

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Women's Health Nurse

Women’s Health Nursing Job Description

Women's Health Nurse

Women’s Health Nurses are Nurses who specialize in providing treatment for health problems that are often unique to females. Women’s Health Nurses typically deal with diseases and disabilities such as osteoarthritis, migraines, depression, and much more.

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Travel Nurse

Travel Nurse Job Description

Travel Nurse

Travel Nurses are Nurses who often work in temporary positions, often in hospitals. It is a blanket term given to a wide variety of medical professionals. Travel Nursing provides some different perks that are unique to the field, such as higher pay, professional growth and development, and the opportunity to be more adventurous and care for an array of different patients in various areas.

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Trauma Nurse

Trauma Nursing Job Description

Trauma Nurse

Trauma Nurses are Nurses who often wear many different hats, typically dealing with emergency situations. They are trained to deal with a variety of different accidents, and work in emergency wards and other hospital locations to provide many different forms of healthcare.

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research nurse

Research Nursing Job Description

research nurse

Research Nurses are in fact scientists who study many different facets of health, illness, and health care. Research Nurses are Nurses who must design and implement scientific studies, as well as look for other ways to improve healthcare services and ensure all methods of medical care are as effective as scientifically possible.

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pediatric nurse

Pediatric Nursing Job Description

pediatric nurse

Pediatric Nurses specifically care for babies, children, and adolescents typically from the ages of 0-17. Pediatric Nursing is one of the few areas of Nursing that do not require the Nurse to attend an accredited university.

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Perioperative Nurse

Perioperative Nursing Job Description

Perioperative Nurse

Perioperative Nurses are Nurses who work with patients who are undergoing operative or invasive procedures. These Nurses work in unison with surgeons, anesthetists, surgical technologists, Nurse practitioners, and other medical professionals.

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