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How to Be a Successful Travel Nurse
Travel nurses are in-demand in America nowadays. They are nurses who accept short term assignments from various hospitals located in different states of America. There are a lot of perks from being a travel nurse such as high salary, allowances, free travel, and free housing with paid utilities, free health, dental and life insurance for the family, 401(k) retirement plans, and others.    

What Does a Radiology Nurse Do?
Registered nurses who want to work as radiology nurses need to gain special skills training. In the United States, a nursing organization called the Association of Radiology Nurses in America or ARNA can help members gain training and certification.

Transplantation Nursing
Transplant Nursing is a nursing specialty that involves taking care of patients in need of organ transplants as well as organ and tissue donors. The care provided by a transplant nurse spans from pre-op to post op. 

Top 10 Nursing Specialties
Nurses are no longer limited to the old tasks they used to do. Nurses are now specializing in specific tasks to upgrade their skills.  Listed in this article are the top 10 nursing specialization chosen by most nurses.

The Private Duty Nurse
Apart from hospital work, a registered nurse can choose to make the most of their time by becoming a Private Duty Nurse (PDN). A nurse can make a living out of being a PDN exclusively or he/she can do this on the sly and earn more money.

Developmental Disabilities Nursing
A Developmental Disabilities Nurse will find that he/she has a lot of work opportunities abroad. Hospitals are always looking for nurses who specialize in Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities.

The Neonatal Nursing Field
Neonatal Nursing is a new field of nursing and it steadily growing. This means that nurses from all over the world are bound to find employment in the Neonatal Nursing field. 

What is Forensic Nursing?
Forensic Nursing is a young, up and coming specialty nursing area. In essence, forensic nursing is a field of nursing that intersects with the law in one way or another. Forensic Nursing was first recognized by the American Nurses Association as a nursing specialty in the early 1990s.

Is Travel Nursing for You?
Do you want to practice your profession as a nurse and fulfill your desire to travel and explore other places?  One field of nursing will let you enjoy both worlds: travel nursing.

The Ins and Outs of the Critical Care Nursing Field
There are a lot of work opportunities for a Critical Care Nurse abroad. With the present shortage in nursing manpower, hospitals are clamoring to get their hands on specialized nurses. 

Practical Nursing: Alternative to Nursing Students
Do you want to pursue a career in the healthcare industry but cannot afford to wait for four years to finish a course or finance your education? You are probably looking for a shorter and cheaper means to fulfill your dream. Then you are probably interested to gain more information about the programs for Licensed Practical Nursing (LPN) or Licensed Vocational Nursing (LVN).  

The Clinical Nurse Specialist
There are a lot of work opportunities for Clinical Nurse Specialist here and abroad. Because they are considered experts in their chosen field, they are often called on as consultants, managers and educators.

What are Nurse Midwives
Nurse Midwives have the option of holding their own practice and setting up their own prenatal and birthing clinics. In these clinics, they take care of low risk patients that give birth through NSVD.

Working as an Ambulatory Care Nurse
There are various areas where an ambulatory nurse can work. It may include working with paramedics in an ambulance or working as a school and company nurse. The job may also include working in a surgical or community setting. Ambulatory nurses may also be called to provide home care to patients who need it.

The Medical Surgical Nurse
No matter what role a Medical Surgical Nurse or any nurse takes, the most important thing to remember is DOCUMENTATION. You need to be able to document all the important events, procedures and medication given to the patient. 


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