You are a nursing supervisor in a busy emergency room. One of your nurses approaches you stating that one of her patients has AIDS and currently has an open wound. The nurse states that due to her religious beliefs toward AIDS and a concern for contracting a blood-borne infection, she is asking to be reassigned to another patient. WHAT OAHA GUIDELINE WHOULD COME INTO PLAY?
This is for a nursing job.
For me, if say, a doctor, yelled at me, I'd just reply, ''You know what? Go take it up with my nurse manager/supervisor. That's your problem, not mine's.''
Why do people even put up with it?
I want to know from begining to the end, I want to become a family nurse practitioner, I heard it's stupid to be a nurse. Isn't family nurse practioner like a doctor? They prescribe medications too. What courses do they study different from Doctors? What courses in Highschool I should take? Please answer all of my questions pleaseeee sweeties.
Im going to be 18 this year and Im graduating high school early and want to work on a cruise ship, what type of jobs are there for me? But I dont want to clean rooms or be a waitress.
I want to be a neonatal nurse. What would I major in at college? What are the steps into becoming a neonatal nurse?
I just started college in September. I am going to school to get my Associate's Degree in Health Services Administration. I was just wondering what jobs I could get with it. Where would be the best place to get a job: hospital, doctor's office, etc.? Where would offer more security? Which would offer better benefits and pay?
Like would a nurse's salary or computer programmer or software engineer provide a substantial enough salary for a luxury home? If not what would?
I am student social worker doing my internship in a nursing home. I will be starting a group with several older women and was looking for some topic ideas to discuss. It should be something light and that will give everyone an opportunity to share their thoughts and feelings and also learn something. Thank you!
I like what Laura said to talk about their past but how can I do it in a structured way so that they all get a chance to talk and there's some form to the group?
I'm in 7th grade, and in college I want to try to become a RN nurse. How many years of college do I need to become a RN nurse, and what degree do I need? do I need to go to nursing school as well?
I'm considering going to graduate school after i graduate with my BSN in nursing, after a few years of experience. I was wondering if anyone has graduated or knows someone who graduated from the graduate program in nursing at Yale. I eventually want to become a nurse practitioner. My GPA is only about a 3.3 so i don't even know if they would look at my application. If anyone has any insight that would be great. Thanks!
I am 38 years old and after doing administrative work in education for the past 15 years, I am looking to change careers. I wanted to become a medical doctor as a child but I'm open to other careers in the health care field. A few of my friends suggested nursing as a good career choice. I would like to find out as much as possible about what it's like being a male nurse. To give you an idea about my educational background, I have a B.Sc. in Agribusiness.
I am a nursing major and one of the minors offered is human service managment. What jobs in the hospital then would I be most likely to receive?
Different types of nursing and nursing skills of different contexts?
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Hi huntsmen it was a silly grammar mistake this is not an essay if you cant answer the question its okay its not your fault but don't put silly remarks
I want to do medical assistant, then go back to school for nursing. But thing is I really love the job as a medical assistant. I rather work in the office. Than be touching patients everyday. I want to know if there's any office job for a nurse. One where you don't have to deal with people's urine, etc. What else can I do in nursing that has no clinicals?
Hi everyone, im in college right now, i was wondering what are the steps to becoming a nurse tell me if im right and correct me if im wrong
1) get an AS in Nursing @ 2 year accredited Community College
2) get a part time job @ a hospital
3) apply for 4 year university to get a BS to become a Registered Nurse
When exactly do you receive the license to become a nurse? is it after the AS degree?
Last question for all of you nurses out there, what's your typical schedule, and can you choose your own hours to work? i prefer not to work overnight
Let's say it is a private home setting where it is simply the patient and nurse and the nurse is attracted to the patient who flirts with her. Both are the same age. What should the nurse do? Should she change jobs or try to control herself? What if the nurse starts a relationship with the patient?
Ok, so here's my situation. I am in 9th grade at the moment and i have the option of going to Votech in 10th grade. I want to be a nurse but i had a few questions.
-Can you starting working as a nurse after 3 years of Votech or do you still have to go to college to continue studying and stuff?
-If i do have to continue studying, what are like 5 good colleges that i could go to, to be a nurse?
-What are some pros and cons of being a nurse?
Media buyer/planner, promotions manager, public relations representative, department supervisor, and service manager. the best in depth one will be best answer because i am looking to go in to one of these careers. your personal opinions are welcome.
I am wondering what types of jobs I could get with a nursing degree at a psych hospital? What type of nursing degree do I need?