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  • 4). Pros And Cons Of Becoming A Nurse  By : Kadence Buchanan
    The truth is that if you are considering a career in the nursing field, this should be a decision based on conscious consideration of a variety of factors. First, you should know that nursing is not for everyone. You must be prepared to work hard. Nursing is both physically and emotionally challenging and draining. Actually, with the exception of a few areas, nurses provide care to those in need, almost around the clock 24 hours 7 days a week.
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  • 6). A Brief Nursing Overview  By : Kadence Buchanan
    Today nursing practices are performed in a wide range of settings, from hospitals to paying personal visits to peoples' homes. Educational institutions, like universities and schools, summer camps , pharmaceutical companies, non-profit organizations, or international organizations like the World Bank, hire nurses to work in occupational health settings, clinics and physicians' offices, elderly care facilities or cruise ships.
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  • 8). Nursing the Noble Vocation  By : Cheryl Dyler
    If you are thinking of going to nursing school or getting a nursing degree, you may already know that choosing a school is not always an easy task. If you are looking to become a Registered Nurse, a Nurse Midwife, a forensic nurse or a legal nurse consultant there are colleges that you can enroll in to get your program. You will need a combination of both practical experience and theory qualification to finish your course.
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  • 16). We Are Not Mutts - The Critical Care Transport RN  By : Kevin Erickson
    Some things are simply a mystery and so goes the perceived role and importance that the Critical Care Transport (CCT) RN plays in the healthcare field. Other professionals seem to view us like mutts - a little bit of everything but certainly not a thoroughbred in anything. I once heard a co-worker describe the job as something between a magnified EMT and a bench warmer.
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