Choosing the right nursing program is one of the most important steps in your career. It will determine what you are qualified to do as a nurse, what position you’re able to land, and perhaps even secure a job for you through job placement. There are a few important questions you must ask yourself as you take this next step in fulfilling your dream of becoming a registered nurse (RN).1. What
April 5, 2013 - In the cardiac intensive care unit (CICU), nurses work in a fast-paced environment--managing comprehensive care plans, often for just one or two critically ill patients. The work requires nurses to have a wide breadth of clinical knowledge, plus the ability to deal compassionately with the patients and their loved ones.
1. Use a daily planner or calendar to track assignments, projects and class times.2. Designate a specific area at home just for studying and nursing school work.3. Join a study group with other nursing students in your classes.4. Develop a network of mentors and nurse friends to support you.5. Create a detailed study schedule before a big exam.
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A nurse is assisting in an evaluation of school-age children for any spine or muscle abnormalities. The physician initially asks a 14-year-old child to stand on one foot and then the other and tells the nurse to record a positive Trendelenburg sign. What disorder would be associated with this finding?
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