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The Nursing Universe Explained

THE NURSING UNIVERSE EXPLAINED HOSPITAL и Helping you breakdown all the opportunities that are nurse related. Let's start with the assistants These positions aren't registered nurses but are still related to the field. CNA CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANTS PROCESS TO BECOME CERTIFIED Complete an accredited CNA training program Pass nationally recognized exam Get listed on state registry * WHERE THEY CAN WORK Hospitals Assisted Home Health Skilled Nursing Pedlatric Iiving Alde Agencles Facilitles care DAILY JOB DUTIES A Take vitals Feed, bathe, and dress the patients Observe patients conditions and behavior A Clean rooms Provide assistance with Serve meals Make beds medical procedures ils AVERAGE WAGE Median income GI$24,400 O$11.42 per year per hour EMPLOYMENT TREND Expected to grow by 21% from 2012-2022 Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2014-15 Edition, Nursing Assistants and Orderlies, on the Internet at http://www.bls.gov/ooh/healthcare/nursing-assistants.htm (visited May 22, 2015). ННА HOME HEALTH AIDS PROCESS TO BECOME ONE 3 Complete an accredited training program Get admitted to Pass the HHA a training program certification exam WHERE THEY CAN WORK AT Clients homes O Nursing homes JOB DUTIES Supports patients by providing housekeeping and laundry services; shopping for food and other household requirements; preparing and serving meals and snacks; running errands. Organize a client's schedule and plan appointments Monitors patient condition by observing physical and mental condition, intake and output, and exercise. fLE Arrange transportation ls AVERAGE SALARY Median income in May 2013 was G $21,020 O$10.10 per year per hour 2 TRENDS IN EMPLOYMENT? 10.8% of increase between 2012-2022 Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2014-15 Edition, Home Health Aides, on the Internet at http://www.bls.gov/ooh/healthcare/home-health-aides.htm (visited May 22, 2015). PERSONAL CARE AIDS PCA PROCESS TO BECOME ONE Varies between states starting from no requirements at all to a competency-based 40-hour training curriculum at various community colleges, vocational schools, or Home Health care agencies. WHERE THEY CAN WORK O Nursing homes E Large-scale care BIB communities Group homes DAILY JOB DUTIES O Housekeeping i Collecting specimens/samples Dressing and grooming Bedpan cleaning Bathe patients A Assist with transportation/walking Errand/shopping * Prepare and serve meals Laundry Emptying catheter bag Ile AVERAGE WAGE Median income in 2013 was $20,100 6O $967 per year per hour 2 EMPLOYMENT TREND 49% of increase between 2012-2022 Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2014-15 Edition, Personal Care Aides, on the Internet at http://www.bls.gov/ooh/healthcare/personal-care-aides.htm (visited May 22, 2015). LPN LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSE PROCESS TO BECOME ONE Must finish an approved educational program Pass National Council Licensure Examination or NCLEX-PN to obtain license WHERE THEY CAN WORK A Hospitals Clinics AT Home Care 1 Medical Office School ::: Correctional Rehablitatlon O Nursing Homes A Urgent Care Clinic u settings facilitles DAILY TASKS Collect samples ex) urine, stool, blood etc. A Taking vital signs ex) blood pressure Chart medical record Insert catheters Administer meds Assess patients and record findings A Perform CPR prescribed by a physician ils AVERAGE SALARY 2 TRENDS IN EMPLOYMENT? Median income in May 2013 was e $41,540 2 25% increase between per year O $19.97 2012-2022 per hour Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2014-15 Edition, Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses, on the Internet at thttp://www.bls.gov/ooh/healthcare/licensed-practical-and-licensed-vocational-nurses.htm (visited May 22, 2015). LPN REGISTERED NURSES RN's have a minimum training of 2 years starting with an associates degree. Their scope of practice is vast. DIFFERENT DEGREES OFFERED FOR AN RN Associates Degree Bachelors ADN BSN Can obtain degree at community colleges or 4 year programs. Typical time to receive an ADN is 2-3 years. Full 4 years of college needed to obtain degree with no prior experience. Individuals with prior experience can take a 2 year RN to BSN accelerated program. On top of the traditional Students take courses in anatomy, chemistry, courses ADN's receive, BSN's obtain more psychology, physiology, microbiology, nutrition, and other behavioral sciences. They're also required to partake in supervised clinical experience. extensive education. Degree includes additional focus on social sciences, communication, leadership, and critical thinking. Registered nurses with Bachelors degrees are typically given more responsibilities, higher salaries, and supervisory roles compared to ADN's. Typical daily duties listed below. Every day duties for a Nurse with an ADN are listed below Masters Doctorate MSN DNP 2 year program after receiving BSN. Typically a total of 6 years of higher education. 3-5 years of schooling after receiving undergraduate degree. Prepares you for leadership roles such as managing a floor of a hospital, CEO of a home care company, or professor. Geared more towards administrative, specialty, and educational positions. Typically employed as educators or administrators. Primarily for education or high management. WHERE THEY CAN WORK Hospitals Nursing Clinics Camps Schools Correctional Patlent's Large companles Serve In homes facilitles homes military DAILY TASKS Record symptoms and medical history Organize plans for patient's care or contribute to existing plans Run diagnostic tests and analyze results Administer meds and treatments Consult with patient and Assess patients and record findings their families on how to Wound care manage ailments HOW MUCH IS THE AVERAGE SALARY? Median salary sO $65,470 $31.48 per year per hour TRENDS IN EMPLOYMENT? .19% 526,800 Additional Employment of registered nurses is projected to grow from 2012 to 2022 jobs between 2012-2022 Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2014-15 Edition, Registered Nurses, on the Internet at http://www.bls.gov/ooh/healthcare/registered-nurses.htm (visited May 22, 2015). RN SPECIALTIES Certified nurse midwife HIV/Aids care nurse Frontier Nursing University: Frontier.edu Oregon Health and Science University: www.ohsu.edu University of Washington, School of Nursing: nursing.uw.edu Columbia University, School of Nursing: nursing.columbia.edu University of Michigan School of Nursing: nursing.umich.edu Emory School of Nursing: nursing.emory.edu Duke University: nursing.duke.edu John Hopkins School of Nursing: nursing.jhu.edu Rutgers School of Nursing: nursing.rutgers.edu Columbia School of Nursing: nursing.columbia.edu O Hospice Nurse Boston College: www.bc.edu Drexel University: www.drexel.edu O Dermatology Nurse University of South Florida Health: health.usf.edu Nurse Anesthetist Georgetown University: nhs.georgetown.edu/nursing/masters/na Duke University School of Nursing: nursing.duke.edu Oregon Health and Science University School of Nursing: www.ohsu.edu Florida Gulf Coast University: www.fgcu.edu 1 Critical care nurse Villanova University: villanovau.com Oregon Health and Science University: www.ohsu.edu UC San Diego Health System: health.ucsd.edu University of Maryland School of Nursing: nursing.umaryland.edu University of Utah College of Nursing: nursing.utah.edu O Pain Management Nurse University of Southern Indiana College of Nursing: www.usi.edu T ER Nurse Vanderbilt University: nursing.vanderbilt.edu Rutgers School of Nursing: nursing.rutgers.edu Perinatal University of Washington: nursing.uw.edu George Brown College: www.georgebrown.ca * Forensic nurse University of California, Riverside: extension.ucr.edu Boston College: www.bc.edu Duquesne University: www.duq.edu Penn State: www.worldcampus.psu.edu Xavier University: www.xavier.edu O Psychiatric University of California San Francisco: nursing.ucsf.edu Vanderbilt University: nursing.vanderbilt.edu Eastern Kentucky University: onlinenursingprograms.eku.edu Oregon Health & Science University: ohsu.edu University of Cincinnati: nursing.uc.edu Geriatrics John Hopkins University:nursing.jhu.edu The University of lowa, College of Nursing: nursing.uiowa.edu University of Minnesota: nursing.un.edu/hartford Hartford Institute for Gerlatric Nursing: hartfordign.org University of Colorado, College of Nursing: www.ucdenver.edu Rehabilitation Maryville University: maryville.edu * School nurse University of Illinois at Chicago, College of Nursing: nursing.ui.edu O Transplant UC San Diego Health System: health.ucsd.edu COMPARING PROFESSIONS WITHIN THE NURSING WORLD Median Income 2012 $65,470 $41,540 RN $24,400 $20,820 $19,910 LPN CNA HHA PCA Certified Nursing Home Health Personal Care Aide Licensed Registered Nurse Assistant Aide Practical Nurse Estimated employment trends Number of jobs from 2012-2022 2022 1,855,600 1,299,300 1,771,400 921,300 3,238,400 2012 1,479,800 875,100 1,190,600 738,400 2,711,500 Certified Nursing Home Health Personal Care Licensed Registered Assistant Aide Aide Practical Nurse Nurse

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The opportunities for nurses and nurse assistants can be seemingly endless. The Nursing Universe Explained infographic helps educate prospective students more in depth on what's out there for them. ...

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