Careers in Nursing (Vgm Professional Careers Series) by Terence J. Sacks

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By Terence J. Sacks

Professional tips on exploring and selecting a certified occupation excellent for college-bound scholars or a person pondering creating a occupation switch, this sequence bargains info had to discover and select a career after which slender it right down to a task that matches them. each one ebook information the obligations, schooling and coaching required, and employment outlooks for dozens of pleasant careers within the box.

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Duties Perhaps the best way to describe what nurses do is to first define what nursing isthat will at least provide a starting point. So let's start with a simple description followed by a more complex one. " That's it, pure and simple. In one sentence, Ms. Ingles has encompassed the entire spirit of nursing. A further description that might prove helpful is that of Rosella Schlotfeld taken from the December 1973 issue of Nursing Outlook: The nurse's primary intellectual concern and functions related thereto is that of helping each person attain his highest level of general health .

On the other hand, there is the downsizing of hospital nursing staffs and reassignment of RN duties to lower-level nurseslicensed practical nurses and nurses aides, for instance. But even so, it is anticipated that nurses with bachelor's degrees and above will be in short supply. A precipitating cause for this shortage stems from the fact that today the average age of nurses is forty-three, and many new nursing students, many of them in second careers, are older. So it is expected that the work life of nurses today will be close to twenty years as compared with the previous forty, which means that more replacements will be needed in the not too distant future.

It is comprised of state and local chapters. The National League for Nursing, a more consumer-oriented group, has focused primarily on accreditation and upgrading of nursing education standards at all levels. Its members include nurses, persons from other health professions, and interested citizens. In 1965, the ANA published a position paper calling for nursing education to be offered only in institutions of higher education. As a result, many diploma schools in existence prior to the end of the nineteenth century were closed.

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