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Kathleen Gaines By: Kathleen Gaines
Guide

How to Become a Telehealth Nurse

Telehealth nursing utilizes technology, specifically video conferencing, to deliver nursing care to remote locations that may not otherwise have access to medical care. It’s also rising in demand right now …

Sarah Jividen By: Sarah Jividen
Guide

How to Get Into Med-Surg Nursing

Part One What is Med-Surg Nursing? Medical-surgical nursing, also known as med-surg nursing, is the largest nursing specialty in the United States. A med-surg nurse is a specific type of …

Sarah Jividen By: Sarah Jividen
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How to Become a Nurse Navigator

Part One What is a Nurse Navigator? Nurse navigators are patient advocates who ensure that each person receives the highest standard of care from the first consultation and throughout the …

Terri Heimann Oppenheimer By: Terri Heimann Oppenheimer
Guide

How to Become a Neonatal Nurse

Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) nursing is a specialty of nursing that deals with the care of sick or premature babies, as well as babies dealing with birth defects. NICU …

Nurse.org Staff By: Nurse.org Staff
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How to Become a Surgical Nurse

A surgical nurse, also known as a Perioperative nurse, Operating Room nurse (OR), or scrub nurse, is a Registered Nurse that's been trained to assist during surgeries. They care for …

Kathleen Gaines By: Kathleen Gaines
Guide

What is Nursing Informatics?

Part One What is Nursing Informatics? Informatics nurses are registered nurses (RNs) who work at the intersection of technology and nursing. Nursing informatics is a specialty of nursing that combines …

Nurse.org Staff By: Nurse.org Staff
Guide

Post Anesthesia Care Unit (PACU) Nurse Guide

Part One What Is a Post-Anesthesia Care Unit (PACU) Nurse? A post-anesthesia care unit, or PACU, nurse cares for patients who have gone under anesthesia. They are responsible for observing …

Kathleen Gaines By: Kathleen Gaines
Guide

How to Become a Chief Nursing Officer

A Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) is a top-level, nonclinical, administrative position within a healthcare system. While CNOs no longer work at the bedside, those interested in management but still looking …