The thumping heart beat runs through the stethoscope to my ears. My patient breathes in and out; the beat sounds normal. Working as a nurse at a hospital you’ll need some specific skills andeducational background . There is benefits being a nurse. Do you have what it takes? What you need to be a nurse is compassion to your work wanting to help people.
You need critical thinking if the patient is telling you a problem they have you have to come up with ideas that the problem may be. There is more skills required to become a nurse.(“9 Nursing Skills Every Practitioner Should Possess | CAREEREALISM”). Commitment to development Stamina Adaptability What to learn To get a degree to become a nurseyou have to study nursing it for two years. The bachelor’s degree is two more yearsSome of these classes you can start taking them in high school like biology (“How to Become a Nurse”).
First two years often concentrate on psychology, human growth and development, biology, microbiology, organic chemistry, nutrition, and anatomy and physiology. Final two years often focus on adult acute and chronic disease; maternal/child health; pediatrics; psychiatric/mental health nursing; and community health nursing. Good things for being a nurse Being a nurse has a lot of benefits the number one is saving lives or making a life better. Other is you may have the opportunity to travel a lot because they think you are a good nurse that should help at another place. It may help you have a “healthier lifestyle”(“10 Perks of a Nursing Career”). “$66,910 Factors Affecting Registered Nurse’s Salary”(“Registered Nurse Salary and Wages by State”).
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