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How to Become a Respiratory Nurse

Respiratory nurses, also called pulmonary nurses, care for patients suffering from acute and/or chronic respiratory illnesses. Respiratory nurses can focus on a specific age population or care for patients ranging …

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4 Steps to Becoming a Correctional Nurse

Correctional nurses oversee the medical needs of inmates in prisons, detention centers, and group homes. They are responsible for overseeing all care and stabilizing incarcerated patients when needed until transfer …

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How to Become a Clinical Nurse Specialist

Part One What is a Clinical Nurse Specialist? Clinical nurse specialists are advanced practice registered nurse advanced practice registered nurses who mainly function to improve outcomes regarding patients, nurses, and …

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How to Become a Research Nurse

Research Nurses, also referred to as Clinical Nurse Researchers or Nurse Researchers, develop and implement studies to investigate and provide information on new medications, vaccinations, and medical procedures. They assist …

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How to Become a Charge Nurse

If you’re considering becoming a charge nurse, your interest in nursing extends beyond patient care — you also want to be a leader within your field. Charge nurses oversee specific …

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3 Steps to Becoming a Rehabilitation Nurse

Rehabilitation nurses work with patients suffering from acute and chronic illnesses, injuries, and disabilities. A rehabilitation nurse’s main objective is to help patients gain independence and/or help families care for …

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How to Become an Emergency Room (ER) Nurse

Part One What Is an Emergency Room Nurse? Emergency room nurses, sometimes called ER nurses, trauma nurses, or critical care nurses, are licensed registered nurses that work in a hospital’s …

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How to Become a Critical Care Nurse

Critical care nurses work with patients who are facing life-threatening or potentially life-threatening issues. These vulnerable patients are generally found in hospital intensive care units and step-down units, trauma units …

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Critical Care Transport Nurse Career & Salary Guide

Critical Care Transport Nurses work to safely and quickly transport patients requiring life-saving medical intervention. Their job is to effectively assess patients and determine their medical needs and possible interventions …

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How to Become an Aesthetic/Cosmetic Nurse

Nurses make a difference in people’s lives in many different ways, and that’s just as true for an aesthetic or cosmetic nurse. In this career path, you’d be helping people …